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Travelling to Lausanne and reach the Genopde Building

Lausanne is located in the South-West corner of Switzerland on the shore of Lake Léman and can be easily reached by public transport.

Getting to Lausanne

The closest airport is Geneva. The airport is directly connected to Lausanne by the adjacent train station.

To get to Lausanne from Geneva airport, follow the signs to the train station. All trains leaving from there will stop at Lausanne central station, located in the center of the city. The train ride takes between 40 min. and 1 hour, depending on the type of train. Direct train (“IC”) are the fastest connection. Trains depart frequently and are usually on time.

An alternative airport is Zürich. Again, trains depart frequently directly from Zürich airport towards Lausanne, most trains are direct, you won’t need to change. The trip will take between 2 and 2,5 hours.

Within Lausanne: getting to the symposium site

The symposium will take place in the auditorium C  of the Genopde Building and the surroundings facilities on the University of Lausanne’s lakeside Dorigny campus.

To reach the Dorigny campus from the Lausanne railway station.

Metro M2 going to “Croisettes”, change at the station “Lausanne-Flon”
Then the metro M1 (TSOL) going to “Renens CFF”
Get off at “UNIL-Sorge”

Schedules:

Metro M1 (TSOL) and M2
Trains CFF