Practical information

The conference will take place at the Inria centre from 8th February to 10th February 2017. The Inria Rennes-Bretagne Atlantique centre is located in the north-east of the city within the Beaulieu campus (see the map).

Registration fees

Registration fees of 60 euros include lunches, coffee breaks and conference dinner.


Here is a listing of hotels in Rennes.

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- Near the Beaulieu campus:

Getting to Rennes

- By plane

From Rennes airport, you can reach the city centre:

by bus: number 57, bus stop "Republique" (terminus, in the city center). 
by taxi: the airport is about 30 minutes from the conference site and the city centre.

- By train

It is also possible to take a flight with final destination Paris airport and take a train (TGV) from Paris to Rennes. From Charles de Gaulle Airport railway station to Rennes, there are between 4 and 6 trains a day (direct, 3h to reach Rennes). From Montparnasse railway station (Paris) to Rennes, there is a train every hour (direct, 2h05 to reach Rennes). 

Getting to Inria Centre

The bus is probably the most practical way to reach the Inria centre. Rennes has a large bus network (see here) and the bus ticket (1.50 euros in the subway stations or directly to the bus driver) can be used during one hour. From the city centre you need to take either bus C4 or C6 and stop at Tournebride.

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