Venue

“Condensed Matter in Paris“ will take place in the Pharmacy faculty of Université Paris Descartes just south of the Luxembourg gardens, in the very heart of downtown Paris. The conference address is 

4 Avenue de l'Observatoire, 75006 PARIS.

This is a 10 minute walk from the closest metro stations, Port-Royal, Luxembourg (both on the RER B line), and, alternatively Vavin (served by metro line 4).

 

Getting to Condensed Matter in Paris CMD25 - JMC14

•“Condensed Matter in Paris“ can be reached by the  Paris Metro / RER-B (Luxembourg or Port Royal stations):

• Access from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and from the Gare du Nord / Gare de l’Est railway stations: Take the RER B suburban railway to the « Luxembourg » station (40 min),choose the southmost "Rue Auguste Comte" exit, then walk to the Pharmacy Faculty on the Avenue de l'Observatoire (8 min).

• Access from Orly Airport: Take the OrlyVAL automatic railway to Antony, and, from there, the RER B suburban railway to the « Port-Royal » station. Choose the northmost exit, then walk to the Pharmacy Faculty on the Avenue de l'Observatoire (8 min).

• Access from Gare du Nord / Gare de l’Est railway stations: Take RER B to "Luxembourg" station (17 min).

• Access from the Montparnasse railway station: Take Metro Line 6 to the « Denfert Rochereau» station, then the RER B to "Port-Royal" (1 stop).

• Access from the Gare de Lyon railway station: take the RER D to "Chatelet - les Halles", then take the RER B to "Luxembourg".

 

Building plan and session locations

The Pharmacy Building is quite intricate in its construction, therefore, a plan has been included in the programme booklet.  One has, on the ground floor:

the Salle des Actes, close to the entrance in the main Hall

the Guignard and Moissan theatres, where semi-plenary talks and the larger minicolloquia    

         will be held, just beyond the main Hall near the coffee stands.

the Parmentier room , in the corridor straight ahead from the entrance

the Vauquelin room, just next to registration

One floor down:

Access to the main Bussy and Bourquelot theatres, where plenary and semi-plenary sessions and the very largest minicolloquia will be held, as well as to the Boudier, Tanret 1 and Tanret 2 rooms

Two floors down:

the majority of the minicolloquia rooms, named after plants, with initials A to G, aligned in that order. The Narcisse room, and the Tanret 3 and Tanret 4 rooms

The schedule for the week will be posted on the door of each lecture room and theatre, and signs will help you find your way around the building.

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