Venue

Where will it take place?

The conference will take place on the campus Esplanade of the University of Strasbourg, mainly at the IPCB building (Institut de Physiologie et de Chimie Biologique, 21 rue René Descartes) (1). Parallel sessions will also take place at the Atrium (16, rue René Descartes) (2).

Browse the map here.

 

Getting to the campus

The campus Esplanade is located 20 minutes walk from the city center of Strasbourg.

The closest tram station is Esplanade, served by lines C, E and F.

The StrasMap application can help you going around in Strasbourg: it will aid your transportation by finding buses, tramway lines, parking, stations for renting a ‘Vélhop’ bike, etc…

 

From the main station across the city center: 
Tram C, get off at Esplanade.

From the Strasbourg-Entzeim airport:
Shuttle trains connect the airport and the city main station in 8 minutes. Up to 5 shuttles run every hour.

More information here.

By car:
Take the exit Parc de l’Etoile from the A35 motorway.

 

Accommodations

Consider booking your accommodation as soon as possible as Strasbourg city is quite popular.

The following hotels offer preferential prices if you mention your booking as ‘LMO - Université de Strasbourg’. To benefit from these preferential prices, you will need to make your reservations directly by phone or email.

 

Hôtel Roses***                                          Hôtel des Princes***

7, rue de Zurich                                       33, rue Geiler

67000 Strasbourg                                      67000 Strasbourg

00 33 (3) 88 36 56 95                                 00 33 (3) 88 61 55 19

info@hotelroses.fr                                    contact@hotel-princes.com

 

The CROUS is a student residence offering bedrooms at attractive prices: more information here.

 

Visit Strasbourg and Alsace

Welcome to the European capital and the first French city to have its unique architectural heritage listed as a UNESCO World Heritage. Take some time to explore how the Latin and Germanic cultures have shaped Strasbourg and its surrounding region over the centuries.

The following web sites are packed with information to organize your tour within the city, around Alsace, and even across the Rhine, its natural border with Germany:
http://www.otstrasbourg.fr/fr/ and https://www.visit.alsace/ 

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