The workshop will be held at the Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse (IRIT), the computer science research laboratory of the Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse.
On this page (check it up from time to time for updates!) you will find informations on:
If you travel by plane
The airport is some kilometers away at the west of Toulouse. You will find useful information on the airport web site. There is a shuttle that let you go from the airport to different places in Toulouse. If you have found accomodations in the centre of the town, you should get out at Jean Jaurès or Place Jeanne d'Arc bus stops.
Here you can see a plan of the shuttle trip and a more precise map of the centre of Toulouse.
Then, for your transportation in the town, you may use the buses or the metro. Informations about buses and metro are more easily found at metro stations: some are showed on this map.
If you travel by train
Then you don't need to go to Toulouse... just need to get out of the train. Look, the railway station is right in the bull's eye. Then, for your transportation in the town, you may use the buses or the metro. Informations about buses and metro are more easily found at metro stations: some are showed on this map.
If you travel by car
Are you sure you want to come here by car? Ok, let's go. Here and there are first glimpses. Let's have a look closer.
I won't give you more help since coming here by car is really a bad idea !
The campus is located at the southern outskirts of Toulouse but is easy to join by bus from the centre of the town. Alternatively you may prefer taxis but they are not cheap.
From the centre of the town you will just have to take the bus #2 at station Esquirol in direction of the Rangueil Université terminus. Beware ! On this end of the line, there are two termini : Rangueil Université and CHR Rangueil. The name of the terminus is displayed on the front of the bus. Don't be afraid to miss the bus stop: just need to get out at the terminus!. The trip between Esquirol and the campus is 30 or 40 minutes long depending on the traffic and there is one bus every 10 minutes or so (except on Sunday, but who would go to the campus on a Sunday?). If you interested in, here is a map of the bus #2 line with its time-table (town -> campus) and here is the time-table for the campus->town trip.
Here we are! Let's have a look at a campus map.
As you get out of the bus, the Administration building of the university
is right in front of you, on the other end of the (presently empty) ornemental
pond. Look at the post, a bit on your right: there is a sign with CBMI
99 and an arrow on it! You're on the trail! Don't miss the signs!
For any question, please contact Patrice Pillot.