The conference takes place in Trojanova bulding of the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague (Google street view photo).
There are two types of tickets – basic (40CZK) and short-term (30CZK). The short-term ticket is valid for 30 minutes, the basic ticket is valid for 90 minutes, with any number of transfers possible. You validate such a ticket only in the first bus/tram/metro you use. You can also buy a one-day (120CZK), or three-day (330CZK) ticket. More details can be found on the web page of Prague Public Transport.
Tickets can be bought in PID information centers within the airport (Terminal 1, Terminal 2), in newsstands/tobacconists all over the city, in yellow machines at (some) bus stops and in metro stations (however you would need Czech coins in this case), and inside every tram (paid only by contactless card).
The Prague Airport (Vaclav Havel Airport Prague, Ruzyne) has two terminals: Terminal 1 (Inter-Continental flights including flights to the United Kingdom, Ireland, North America (USA, Canada), Middle-East, Africa and Asia) and Terminal 2 (Flights within the EU Schengen Agreement member countries and other European destinations).
For the quickest transport to the city centre or the nearest metro station (airport is not directly accessible by train or metro) using public transport, take either bus no. 119 or no. 100:
Info about other means of transport can be found on the web page of the airport.
There is a plenty of hotels in a walking distance from the conferece site so it should be easy for you to find a hotel room on your own.
Lunches are not provided. Participants are kindly asked to have their lunch at a restaurant nearby.