The conference will take place in the Uni Mail building at 40, Boulevard du Pont-d’Arve. The conference dinner of 28 June will take place in the restaurant "Les sales gosses", within walking distance from the conference venue. For more information, see the map below.


Hotels offer a free Geneva Transport Card for each day of your stay. To get to the Uni Mail building by public transport, please follow these directions:

From Cointrin Airport: Take any train at the airport's train station* and get off at Cornavin train station (first stop). Take the tramway line 15 towards "Grand-Lancy-Place du 1er-Août" and get off at the "Uni Mail" stop (fifth stop after the train station).

*All trains departing from Cointrin Airport's train station stop at Cornavin Train Station.

From Cornavin train station: Take the tramway line 15 towards "Grand-Lancy-Place du 1er-Août" and get off at the "Uni Mail" stop (fifth stop after the train station). [map]

For more information and timetables, visit Geneva's public transportation system website (TPG).


A list of recommended hotels is available in the map below including various options and price ranges. Participants are kindly asked to make their own arrangements. No specific discounts will be offered in connection with the conference. Please note that this list is not exhaustive and participants may look for other options through hotel search engines and Geneva's Tourism and Conventions website.


During lunch breaks, a number of options are available at walking distance from the Uni Mail building. We recommend checking La Fourchette for special offers in nearby restaurants (a mobile application is also available). The university restaurants also offer affordable menus and will be open during the days of the conference. Alternatively, the Coop and Migros supermarkets sell prepared dishes for smaller budgets.


*Click on upper left icon to see map legend.


The City of Geneva is home to a number of international organisations, some of which open their doors to visitors. These include the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) and the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN). Moreover, Geneva's museums offer a wide range of cultural events. During summer, multiple activities are organised at the City's parks and on the shores of the Leman Lake.

For more information on what to do during your stay at Geneva, please visit Geneva's Tourism and Conventions website.

COVID-19: Please note that almost all COVID-19 related restrictions were lifted in Switzerland in February 2022. In principle, you will not be required to show any proof of COVID vaccination, negative testing or recovery when entering Switzerland nor to participate in activities held in University buildings. More information: