Location of the meeting
The talks will be held in auditoria DC2.206 and DC2.223 on the ground floor of building D. The building is accessible from Avenue Antoine Depage or Avenue Paul Héger. The entrance is next to the "Bibliothèque des Sciences et Techniques".
Lunch on Wednesday and Thursday at the university canteen (Chez Théo) will be offered free of charge to the participants. The canteen is situated on the first floor of building F1 and is accessible from Avenue Paul Héger (at the level of no.22 on the map) or from the Janson car park.
There is also a good choice of restaurants in the area of the Cimetière d'Ixelles at walking distance from the conference venue (see map).
While in Brussels
Public transport in Brussels is run by the STIB/MIVB. Their website allows you to look up timetables and plan your trips. The routing can also be done in Google Maps by selecting the public transport option.
Standard STIB tickets can be used to take the metro, bus/night-bus and tram, and they are valid within the whole of the Brussels-Capital Region (except for the Airport line). Tickets must be validated at each boarding and remain valid during 1 hour.
Transport tickets can be purchased at any metro station as well as by the main bus/tram stops (at the GO vending machines). Most supermarkets and newspaper shops (showing this logo) also sell STIB tickets. The most favourable and simple option is probably to purchase 10-journey (14 Euros) or 5-journey (8 Euros) "JUMP" tickets.
Note that in addition to the STIB, there are two other public transport companies operating within Brussels: TEC (operating in the Region of Wallonia) and De Lijn (operating in the Region of Flanders). These companies only operate buses and in principle you will not need to use any of them within Brussels.
The official tourist information website of the Brussels-Capital Region can be found on Visitbrussels.be. A cultural agenda for the City of Brussels can be found on Brussels.be. Here are some other websites providing information to visitors: