Venue and contact


Conference Location

Campus of  Brive la Gaillarde


16, rue Jules Vallès 19100 – Brive-la-Gaillarde

Phone : +33 5 55864800

Mail : inmmic2018@unilim.fr



How to get there

BY AIR:

Brive Dordogne Valley Airport Information:
www.aeroport-brive-vallee-dordogne.com
+33 (0)5 55 22 40 00

Airport Connections : ORY, LON, POR, AMS

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BY TRAIN:

Paris Austerlitz station ∼ 4 hours
Bordeaux ∼ 2 hours
Toulouse ∼ 2:30 hours

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BY CAR :

Limoges ∼ 1 hours (90 kms)
Paris ∼ 5 hours (500 kms)
Toulouse ∼ 2 hours (240 kms)

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FROM PARIS CDG AIRPORT TO PARIS AUSTERLITZ STATION :

take RER B towards Châtelet. Change at Gare du Nord to line 5 towards Place d’Italie and exit at Gare d’Austerlitz (∼ 1 hour)

ABOUT XLIM LAB INSTITUTE OF OF TECHNOLOGY

XLIM Lab has an expertise in the domain of electronics and microwaves, optics and photonics, CAD, mathematics, computer sciences and image processing for the application in secured environments, biotechnology and health, energy control and saving. XLIM is a multidisciplinary research institute located on several geographical sites: in Limoges on the sites of ENSILFaculté des Sciences et Techniques and Ester-Technopole, in Brive on the site of IUT GEII and in Poitiers on the site of Technopole du Futuroscope. XLIM incorporates more than 440 people among professors, CNRS researchers, engineers, technicians, post-doctoral researchers, PhD students and administrative staff.

For more information, visit the web site of Xlim Lab      

ABOUT THE CITY OF BRIVE LA GAILLARDE

Brive-la-Gaillarde has around 50,000 inhabitants. The city is located on the border between Limousin and Périgord. Brive is often referred to as “the laughing gateway to southern France”. There is a joy about Brive which can particularly be found in its cuisine. Brive’s colourful market place is named after famous French singer Georges Brassens. Brive’s old quarters are lined with shops, restaurants and pedestrian streets. The jewel in Brive’s crown is The Labenche Museum with several17th century Mortlake tapestries, Debussy’s piano, regular exhibitions and seventeen galleries devoted to arts, crafts, natural history and archaeology. The center is very old and has some beautiful old buildings like the Hôtel de Labenche, the Tour des Echevins from the 16th century, the Musée Ernest Rupin, from the time of Louis XIII, and the church of St Martin (12th century). Brive La Gaillarde (the brave one), owes its nickname to the resistance in many sieges. Since 2010 There is a new airport between Brive and Souillac.

For more information, visit the web site of the Brive La Gaillarde Tourist Office