The symposium will be held in Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Cambridge has a strong glaciological heritage, which continues today. The British Antarctic Survey has been based in Cambridge since 1975; the Scott Polar Research Institute, part of the University of Cambridge, was founded in 1920 and houses a unique polar museum; Cambridge is also home to the International Glaciological Society.

The venue for the symposium will be Churchill College, University of Cambridge. Churchill College is the largest College campus in Cambridge, set in a 42 acre site on the edge of the city centre. It is one of the newer colleges of the University, receiving its Royal Charter in 1960, and ischurchill-college the national and Commonwealth memorial to Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill College has a Foundation that specifies a focus on science, mathematics, and technology.

Wifi is available across the campus and is available free to use. The College and University are also part of the eduroam system.