Conference location

The conference will be held in mathematics and computer science department of the University of Strasbourg in the "small mathematics amphitheatre". 7 Rue René Descartes

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Strasbourg

Located close to the border with Germany, Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region in eastern France. It is well known for hosting a number of important European institutes. Besides providing an excellent exhibition location and good transport connections, Strasbourg also offers historical and cultural attractions -- Its historic city center, the Grande Île (Grand Island), was classified a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1988, the first time such an honor was placed on an entire city center.

  • Museums: strasbourg.info/museums and musees.strasbourg.eu
  • Wine and Gastronomy: Alsatian Wine Route and Fried Carp Trail
  • Castles: Haut Koenigsbourg castle and Hohlandsbourg castle

Strasbourg’s « must see » tourist sites:

  • The Cathedral of Notre-Dame, a masterpiece of Gothic art;
  • The Kammerzell house enjoy a journey back in time;
  • The Petite France quarter: the district on the waters;

See Web site of the tourism office of Strasbourg


Having Diner

Here is a quick selection of restaurants we like:

If you want a terrasse:

  • Le Cornichon Masqué, 17 Place du Marché Gayot, 67000 Strasbourg
  • La Corde à Linge, 2 Place Benjamin Zix, 67000 Strasbourg
  • Le Piano Grill, 8 Place Saint-Etienne, 67000

If it is so hot that you prefer going into a "caveau":

  • Gurtlerhoft, 13 Place de la Cathédrale, 67000 Strasbourg

If you want to have diner inside:

Some traditional alsacian restaurants:

  • La maison Kammerzell, 6 Place de la Cathédrale, 67000 Strasbourg
  • Chez Yvonne, 10 Rue du Sanglier, 67000 Strasbourg
  • Le Tire-Bouchon, 5, rue des Tailleurs de Pierre, 67000 Strasbourg

For those who like meat:

  • Le fossile, 6 Petite Rue d'Austerlitz, 67000 Strasbourg