Location & Access

The 8th ISCPP will be hosted at the University of Burgundy (Dijon, France), main Campus.

University of Burgundy, Building Gabriel
6 boulevard Gabriel
F-21000 Dijon, France

Arriving to Dijon by train

high speed trainDijon is a lively city (nearly 150.000 inhabitants) situated 310 km (186 miles) south east of Paris. It is served by the high speed trains (TGV) that will take you from Paris to Dijon in only 90 minutes.

French Train website [ click here ]

  • from Paris: 1 h 35, one train every hour, i.e. 20 TGV in each direction every day (warning: train station in Paris to go to Dijon is named "Paris Gare de Lyon")
  • from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport (one of the two main Paris airports): 1 h 45, 2 times a day
  • from Lyons: TGV connection, 2 h every 2 h
  • from Geneva: less than 2 h
  • from Marseille and Nïmes (3 h 20), from Montpellier (3 h: Mediterranean TGV)
  • Rhine-Rhone TGV: Dijon 1 hour away from Mulhouse and Belfort, 1 h 40 from Strasbourg, 1 h 30 from Basle and 4 h 10 from Zurich

When arriving to Dijon train station, take bus number 1 (station Gare SCNF) that will drive you directly to the University Campus, close to the symposium venue (station Fac. Mirande).

Dijon public Bus website [ click here ]

Arriving to Dijon by car

Easy and free car park is available at the University of Burgundy

  • from Paris: A6, A38 (2 h 45)
  • from Lyon: A6, A38 via Mâcon, Chalon sur Saône, Beaune (1 h 45)
  • from Calais, Lille and Reims: A26, A5, A31 (3 hours)
  • from Luxembourg, Metz (2h45) and Nancy (1h45): A31
  • from Strasbourg (3 hours) Mulhouse (2 hours): A36
  • from Geneva, Bourg-en-Bresse and Dole : A39
  • from Barcelona: A31, A6

University of Burgundy: "Gabriel building", symposium location

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