The ADD2022 workshop, which includes the 2-1/2 day School part and the 2-1/2 day Conference part, will be hosted by the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) located on the European Photon and Neutron (EPN) campus in Grenoble, France.
All oral presentations will be held in the ILL's Chadwick Amphitheatre whose access is limited to those participants having passed a security check ("criblage" in French) in advance of the ADD2022 event. This security check results from the ILL being a nuclear site in France.
How to come to ILL
You can find all information about how to reach the ILL on our EPN campus website:
Lyon International Airport, Saint Exupery Airport, is the most convenient airport to reach Grenoble.
For more information, visit the Lyon Saint Exupery website (or phone +33 (0)4 72225000). Lyon Saint Exupery Airport is a one-hour drive from Grenoble and regular shuttle buses ('Navette Aéroport') operate to and from Grenoble bus station (‘Gare Routière’), which is next to Grenoble railway station, with an intermediate stop at Place de la Resistance, just 300 m away from the ILL main entrance. On departure, you can also take the shuttle at Place de la Resistance. You can book seats via OUIBUS or Flixbus.
Geneva International Airport is a two-hour drive from the EPN campus. Bus and train connections to Grenoble exist but are not very frequent. Visit Geneva International Airport website for more details (or phone +41 22 7177111).
The EPN Campus site is connected to the Tram B line, which can be picked up at the train station or in the city centre and stops at the Place de la Resistance (i.e. the "Presqu'ile/Oxford" tram stop, which is the terminus) which is only 200 m from the ILL entrance.
Check fares, timetables and itineraries at www.tag.fr.
Attention! After approximately 1:00 am (and a bit earlier on Sundays), the Tram no longer runs.
For Taxi Grenoble, please call +33(0)476 544 254 or reserve online at www.taxi-grenoble.fr.
To hire a bicycle from the station, please visit www.metrovelo.fr.