Practical Information


Congress Location

All the scientific sessions will take place at the BRUSSELS EXHIBITION CENTRE ( located in the North area of Brussels (Place de Belgique - Belgiëplein, 1020 Brussels), easily accessible from the motorway surrounding Brussels. It is served from the Centre of the city by the underground line 6 that runs directly to the station "Heysel". A map of the public transport network (metro) can be downloaded here. The registered delegates (2.5 days of the Workshop) will be offered metro tickets allowing them to reach the congress venue within 20-25 minutes from their hotel downtown.

The course and technical exhibition will be held in the AUDITORIUM 2000, a comfortable half circled meeting room garanteing good visibility of the screen, while the exhitition of the Industry will be displayed in the large foyer of the Auditorium.

Click here to view the access map to the Congress Location .
A large parking located next to the Auditorium 2000 will be available for the participants at the cost of 6 EUR per day.
Full address : Brussels Expo, Place de Belgique, 1020 Brussels, Belgium.

Welcome Desk

A welcome desk will be open at the Brussels Exhibition Centre, at the entrance of the Auditorium 2000, on Sunday, June 21, 2020 from 11:30 to 19:00 and will remain at the disposal of the participants from 8:00 a.m. on Monday, June 22 till the end of the working sessions on Tuesday, June 23.

Precise opening hours will be mentioned in the confirmation of registration.



The language of the Workshop will be English. NO SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION WILL BE PROVIDED.

Brussels : Yours to discover !

Brussels is more than a 1000 years old. Capital of the Kingdom of Belgium, headquarters of the French and the Flemish Communities, Brussels also has an important international vocation. As the European Capital, the city is home to the European Commission and to the Council of ministers of the European Union. Brussels is also known as home to NATO as well as a wealth of international trade and finance companies. It is a cosmopolitan city where many different cultures live together and where different languages can be heard on each street. This liveliness and international flair is, of course, intimately related to its role as a crossroads for all of Europe.

The same variety and contrast can also be found in the different architectural styles that can be found in Brussels, the former capital of the medieval Duchy of Brabant. Gothic cathedrals and churches are next to gracious classical facades like the buildings around the Royal Square, or beautiful Art Nouveau and Art Deco houses.

The heart of Brussels and the place to start getting to know the city is the Grand'Place. This historic market square with its splendid guild houses and the impressive Gothic beauty of the Town Hall, is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful town squares in Europe.


Varied and compact city, Brussels has much to offer for lovers of art, history, typical atmosphere and culinary excellence. Just try some of our 350 delicious beers and do not forget to bring back home some of our famous chocolates !

Some useful links for touristic information : : A concierge will be at the disposal of the participants (in the foyer of the Auditorium 2000) for the duration of the meeting and can provide you with tourist informaton and offer you various practical services such as flight confirmations, restaurant reservation etc. The Concierge desk is a service offered by Visit Brussels, the Brussels International Tourism and Congress bureau.