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Venue

Coming Soon: Conference
Monday the 2nd of March to Friday the 6th of March 2015

École Polytechnique de Montréal

http://www.polymtl.ca/rensgen/en/coordonnees/campus.php

As the largest engineering school in Canada, the École Polytechnique de Montréal (ÉPM) is recognized as a major research organisation with a significant commitment to graduate student training and innovative R&D. Fostering collaboration among researchers is a core part of the mission of the ÉPM.


Incidentally, since summer 2005, the Department of Computer Engineering and Software Engineering is located into a brand-new, spacious, high-tech building, i.e., the Pavillon McKay-Lassonde. This new building offers several rooms of various sizes, fully equipped with audio and video facilities, which can welcome up to 150 people each. Each year, several events, including international conferences and workshops, are organized in this new building.

plancampus.umontreal.ca/

The ÉPM is located on the campus of the UdeM and can be easily accessed via metro or bus from Montréal downtown. Public transportation is available between 5am to midnight and runs every five minutes during rush hours. The time of travel from downtown varies from 20 minutes to 45 minutes, depending on the starting location and of the selected public transportation (metro or bus). Taxis are also convenient, safe, and affordable. A hike through the Mont-Royal Mountain is also possible for the physically more fit participants.


The conference will mostly take place in the Pavillion McKay-Lassonde of École Polytechnique de Montréal, whose addresses are:

  • Civic address:
    • Pavillon McKay-Lassonde
    • École Polytechnique de Montréal
    • 2700, chemin de la Tour
    • Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    • H3T 1J4
  • Postal address:
    • École Polytechnique de Montréal
    • C.P. 6079, succ. Centre-Ville
    • Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    • H3C 3A7

The map below shows the campus of Université de Montréal in which the Pavillon McKay-Lassonde is located, in the red circle. The closest metro station is Université de Montréal, on Édouard-Montpetit Boulevard. The closest buses are routs number 51 and 165/365 on Côte-des-Neiges Road.

Montréal

Montréal is a place where people from all around the globe come together to enjoy a Canadian city with a European life-style. An island set along the mighty St. Lawrence River, Montréal is known as the city built around a mountain, “Mont Real” meaning “Real Mountain”, which is dominating the city and from the top of which can be enjoyed a breathtaking view (local transportation, walking paths, and organised tours are available). Montréal has an international reputation for excellent dining. You can find anything you want and it's a great place to try something new! Montréal offers a restaurant for every budget and every taste. Each year, its infrastructure accommodates thousands of tourists enjoying the many international events, such as the Jazz Festival or the International Film Festival. Montréal has one of the lowest North American crime rates. No dangerous area exists and visitors can safely walk around the city at any time of day or night. In public places, restaurant or public transportation, the usual precautions suffice to make a period spent in Montréal enjoyable and safe.

Attractions

Montréal offers a variety of attractions, both at a close and further distance, see for example:

Both Ottawa and Québec City, the national and provincial capital respectively, can be reached by bus or train in two hours and offer the possibility of visiting museums and the parliaments.

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