One registration to the conference grants: the access to all sessions and keynotes for the three days of the conference, complimentary lunches and coffee breaks, one invitation to the welcome reception, one invitation to the conference banquet, the access to the on-line proceedings, and one conference pack.
|Regular Rate||IEEE member rate||Student rate|
|Early registration (until 16 July 2020)||€475||€450||€275|
|Normal registration (between 17 July 2020 and 30 August 2020)||€525||€500||€325|
|Late or on-site registration (from 1 September 2020 onwards)||€575||€550||€375|
Registrations are currently closed. More information on the registration process will be available when registrations are open.
Lille is the largest city in northern France. It is located near the Belgian border, closely to many major European cities: Paris, London, Brussels, Amsterdam.
The conference will be hosted at Lilliad, the learning center of the University of Lille, located in Cité scientifique, one of the campuses of the University (map). The campus is located in Villeneuve d'Ascq, one of Lille's neighboring cities; from downtown Lille, the campus can be accessed by public transportation in about 20 minutes.
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If you want to enjoy the city, you may choose to stay at one of the many hotels in downtown Lille. If you pick this option, the subway will take you from and to the conference in about 20 minutes.
If you prefer to stay close to the conference site, you may choose one of the hotels located around the campus. Four hotels are located within walking distance of the conference site. One is located on the campus (a 5-minute walk from the conference venue), the others are located nearby the Pierre Mauroy stadium (a 15-minute walk from the conference venue).
Travelling to Lille
The closest airport is Lille-Lesquin airport. It offers flight from and to a number of countries in Europe and North Africa: France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Portugal, Greece, Turkey, Morroco, Algeria, and Tunisia. From the airport, a shuttle will take you to Lille Flandres train station (in downtown Lille) in about 20 minutes; the fare is €8 for a one-way ticket and €10 for a round trip.
If Lille-Lesquin airport does not connect to your country, the second best option is probably Charles-de-Gaulle (Roissy) airport, France's largest airport, located to the north of Paris. It serves most countries. A train line directly connects the airport to Lille; it will take you to one of Lille's train stations in about one hour.
Lille has two major train stations, gare Lille Flandres and gare Lille Europe, located within a five minute walk from each other, and within walking distance from downtown Lille.
Train is probably the most convenient way to reach Lille if you travel from France, Belgium (30 minutes from Brussel-Zuid/Bruxelles-midi), The Netherlands (about 3 hours from Amsterdam-Centraal), or The UK (1h30 from London-St Pancras).
You may need a visa to come to France. France-visas is the official website for visa information and application. If you need a letter of invitation to apply for a visa, please see here how to get one from the conference organizers.
Reaching the Conference
The conference is hosted in Lilliad, the learning center of University of Lille, located on the Cité scientifique campus, in Villeneuve d'Ascq. From downtown Lille, the cheapest and quickest way to reach the conference site is the subway. The conference site is served by Line 1 (yellow line) of the subway (Cité scientifique station). Downtown subway stations include: Gare Lille Flandres, Rihour, and République-Beaux Arts. The fare for a one-way trip is €1.65. All details (fares, timetables, lines...) about the subway system are available on the website of Ilevia, Lille's public transportation system (in French only, sorry).
Travel grants for students
Letters of invitation