Operator theory & boundary value problems, May 25-27, 2011, Orsay

Conference homepage: http://orsay2011.info


How to get to the conference building (430)

Use campus map to locate the building 430. It is just near the central university library.

From the Hotel d'Orsay: just follow Rue de Verdun (the street in front of the hotel) which continues as Route de Chevreuse. After 8-10 minutes of walking the campus will be on the left-hand side.

From the station Orsay-Ville: if you arrive from Paris, the campus is on the right-hand side (from the station, follow the pointers "Facultes des scienes").

How to get to the station Orsay-Ville

From Paris: Take a train RER B whose final destination is "Saint-Remy-les-Chervreuse" or "Orsay-Ville" (displayed at the station or in front of the train). You should buy a specific ticket "Paris - Orsay", the parisian tickets "T+" are not valid.

From Airport Charles-de-Gaulle/Roissy: Take a train RER B whose final destination is "Saint-Remy-les-Chervreuse" or "Orsay-Ville". You should buy a specific ticket "Airport CDG - Orsay", the parisian tickets "T+" are not valid.

From Orly Airport: Take first the train Orlyval till the station "Antony", then change to the train RER B whose final destination is "Saint-Remy-les-Chervreuse" or "Orsay-Ville". The parisian tickets "T+" are not valid, you need special tickets for both Orlyval (Orly - Antony) and RER B (Antony - Orsay), it is recommended to buy them at the counter (near the exit to Orlyval).

How to get to the Hotel d'Orsay

From Paris/airports: the same directions as in the previous item, but you get off at the station "Le Guichet". Use the exit at the head of the train, then go to the other side of the railway using the tunnel, and follow the street "rue de Verdun" (the one going slightly uphill), the hotel will be soon on the right-hand side, about 200 meters from the station.