News

ALTERNATIVE PUBLIC TRANSPORTS DUE TO THE STRIKE:

Bus lines from Paris to Charles de Gaulle airport

It can be a good idea to book your ticket in advance through the following link : https://www.lebusdirect.com/en/lines-and-schedules/cdg-airport-paris-gare-montparnasse-line.html

The closest bus stop to CDG-airport is at 'Gare de Lyon'. At Gare de Lyon, the bus stop is located at 20 bis boulevard Diderot. See the map below:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/20+Boulevard+Diderot,+75012+Paris/@48.8449205,2.3707087,17z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x47e67204b5466c5b:0x5195c2c70c7f1a7f!8m2!3d48.8453089!4d2.371964

Bus lines from Paris to Orly airport

https://en.parisinfo.com/transport/73374/Orlybus

The closest bus stop to Orly airport is at 'Denfert-Rochereau'. On the map below, the bus stop is called 'Lignes de bus RATP speciales'

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Lignes+de+bus+RATP+sp%C3%A9ciales/@48.8341167,2.3319875,18z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x47e671b9b2533af1:0xf25f7cb67a0fe6d9!8m2!3d48.8335138!4d2.3334226

To reach Gare du Nord and other train stations:

We are afraid that the best option is by foot...(or taxi)!

 

 

 

 

 

Registration is now open !!!

 

Due to the limited capacity of the conference room (120 persons) and to ensure people with accepted oral and poster presentations are able to register, the registration process follows two steps:

 

                1-Pre-registration step: you log in and register through the link https://www.azur-colloque.fr/DR02/inscription/preinscription/122/fr.  This first registration phase is open until the end of July.

               2- Registration validation and payment: once you receive an email informing you that your registration is validated, you have to log in again to pay the fees in order to finalize your registration.

 

 

 

Description

Following the success of the three previous editions in Coimbra (2013), Bristol (2015) and Uppsala (2017), we are pleased to announce the 4th Symposium on Ecological Networks and to welcome you in Paris on 11-13 September 2019.

Network ecology is a very dynamic research field in ecology, with many exciting challenges going from the description of entangled and diverse interactions between species varying both in space and time, to understanding the ecological and evolutionary processes driving the structure of these complex networks, as well as their consequences on biodiversity conservation, ecosystem functioning and services.

This symposium is a great opportunity to bring together researchers and students interested in ecological networks to present and discuss recent findings in the field and to foster new ideas and collaborations.

Online user: 1