Conference Venue

 

FCUL


The conference venue is the ​Faculdade de Ciências, Lisboa, Portugal. Faculdade de Ciências was founded over 100 years ago and is part of the Universidade de Lisboa. Since 1985 it has been located in the campus Cidade Universitária, in the northern part of the city.

 

Plenary talks will be held in the C3 building (capacity 699 people). Parallel sessions (Minisymposia and contributed talks) will be held in the C8 building.

Information about the Poster sessions will be available soon.

  

MONUMENTS

Find some of the most important museums in Lisbon HERE, and monuments HERE.

 

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

How to get there?

The access to Science Facultu of Libon University is easy and fast, using the bus, metro or even bicycle (bike lanes). The available public transportations are:

 

Subway

Cidade Universitária (Yellow Line) and Campo Grande Stations (Yellow Line and Green Line). For more detailed information, see HERE.

From the airport you can reach the conference venue by:

  • Subway - Take subway at the Airport station (Red Line) and change line at Saldanha Station (Yellow Line), direction Odivelas. Get out at Cidade Universitária Station (Yellow Line)
  • Taxi - At Lisbon Portela Airport Arrivals (12 to 15 Euros)
  • Uber - On demand (5 to 8 Euros)
  • Bus - (every 10 minutes, cost around 2 Euros) Take the bus line 783 at the airport (Avenida de Berlim) and leave at Avenida do Brasil in Campo Grande

Click HERE for details

Bus

Carris bus lines: 701, 717, 731, 735, 736, 738, 747, 750, 755, 764, 767, 768, 778, 783, 796, 798

Lisbon Bus lines: 201, 300, 311, 312, 313, 315, 329, 331, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 344, 353, 354, 901, 931

Train

Entrecampos Station

 

 

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WEATHER

July is the best time to enjoy Lisbon. It means being bathed in sunlight for a full twelve hours per day. With a climate influenced by the Gulf Stream, summers in Lisbon are very pleasant and warm without being too stuffy. Temperatures go from 18°c to 28°C, while rainfall is pretty rare with between 6 and 10mm of precipitation for the whole month, meaning a dry summer. The Atlantic Ocean remains a little chilly at 19°C, which gives a weather comfort index score of 78/100.

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