ENBIS Spring Meeting 202014 – 15 May 2020; Université Grenoble Alpes Abstract submission: 14 October 2019 – 18 March 2020
Grenoble is the capital of the French Alps. Second France’s most important centre of scientific research and high-tech industry after Paris, Grenoble is known for its great museums, excellent dining and outstanding quality of life. Host of the 1968 Winter Olympics, the city center is the focal point for a metropolitan area of over 650,000 inhabitants, 60,000 of them students. Surrounded by the mountain ranges of Chartreuse, Vercors and Belledonne, the city lies on the bank of the river Isère. In Grenoble, you can love city life and wildlife at the same time, enjoy winter and summer altogether, mountain hikes and contemporary art exhibitions on a same day, you may strongly support sustainable development and be keen on archaeology, too.
The meeting will be held on the campus of Université Grenoble Alpes.
Université Grenoble Alpes
700 avenue Centrale
St Martin d'Hères
There are 2 tramway lines which go towards the campus: line B and C. More information on the transportation network can be found on the TAG website.
- From the (SNCF) railway station, take Line B and follow the « Gières Plaine des Sports » direction. Get off at « Gabriel Fauré ».
- If you take Line C, follow the « Condillac Universités » direction. Get off at « Gabriel Fauré ».