Paris is the administrative, economic, cultural and scientific capital of France. It is in the center of the Île-de-France region, also known as the “région parisienne”, or Paris Region. The City of Paris has an area of 105.4 square kilometers (40.7 square miles) and a population of about 2,250,000 within its city limits. The Paris Region covers 12,012 square kilometers (4,638 square miles), with a population of 12,000,000 which represents around 18 percent of the population of France. The average temperature in Paris in June is 17 Celsius degrees (63 Fahrenheit degrees). Visit the following websites for more details:

The city of Paris is divided into twenty districts called “arrondissements”. The conference will take place at Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), on Jussieu campus, in the heart of the Latin Quarter located in the 5th arrondissement. The Latin Quarter is the historical student quarter, and has remained an important student place. It is also a touristic highlight with many attractions to visit including the Pantheon, the Musée National du Moyen-Âge, the Luxembourg gardens and museum and the Arènes de Lutèce.


Accessing conference rooms on Jussieu campus

The conference will take place in rooms 44-45-106, 44-45-108 and 44-54-109 of Jussieu campus. These rooms can be accessed from tower no.44 taking the stairs or the elevator, and going to the first floor.



How to reach Paris?

By Air: There are two airports in the Paris Area

Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle airportFrom Roissy airport to the center of Paris:

The urban train RER B can take you directly to the center of Paris
Shuttle buses: Roissybus
Shuttle buses: Le Bus Direct
Taxi rental at the airport

Orly airport From Orly to the center of Paris:

Urban train: take the shuttle train called “Orlyval” from Orly airport to the train station named Antony. From there, the urban train RER B can take you directly to the center of Paris.
Shuttle buses: Orlybus
Taxi rental at the airport
Shuttle buses: Le Bus Direct

By Train

You can also travel to Paris by train. There are four main train stations in Paris, all of which are located in the city center: gare Montparnasse, gare de Lyon, gare d’Austerlitz, gare Saint-Lazare. See the website of SNCF (i.e. French National Train Company) for more details.


How to reach the conference site?

There are several possibilities to reach the conference site by public transport:

Metro: Jussieu station (lines: 7 or 10)

RER (Paris’ suburban train): Austerlitz station (15mn walk)

Bus: Jussieu station (lines: 567, 89) or Université Paris 6 station (lines: 24 or 63)


Some hotels in the area

This list is only for information purpose. We do not have an agreement with these particular hotels.

1. Hôtel Saint Pierre **
4 rue de l’Ecole de Médecine, 75006 Paris – Tel : 01 46 34 78 80
14 minute walk, 13 minute metro ride

2. Hotel Cluny Sorbonne **
8 rue Victor Cousin, 75005 Paris – Tel. : 01 43 54 66 66
14 minute walk, 16 minute en metro ride

3. Hôtel Du Brésil **
10 Rue Le Goff, 75005 Paris – Tel. : 01 43 54 76 11
16 minute walk, 8 minute metro ride

4. Hôtel Des Trois Gares ***
1, Rue Jules César, 75012 Paris – Tel : 01 43 43 01 70
21 minute walk, 13 minute metro ride

5. Libertel Austerlitz Jardin des Plantes ***
12-14 Boulevard De L’hôpital, 75005 Paris – Tel. : 01 43 37 60 80
13 minute walk, 10 minute metro ride

6. Hotel Agora Saint Germain ***
42, Rue des Bernardins, 75005 Paris – Tel. : 01 46 34 13 00
6 minute walk

7. Qualys Hôtel Apolonia Mouffetard ***
56, Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris – Tel. : 01 43 36 17 00
10 minute walk, 7 minute metro ride

8. Hôtel des Grands Hommes ***
17, place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris 01 46 34 19 60
13 minute walk, 6 minute metro ride

9. Hôtel des Nations Saint Germain ***
54 rue Monge, 75005 Paris 01 56 81 06 69
6 minute walk, 5 minute metro ride

Local Restaurants

More information to come.

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