Opening in September 2018, the Open Science Forum will be hosted in the brand new Luxembourg Learning Centre (LLC) at the heart of the Belval Campus (Esch-sur-Alzette). The building is an “open and innovative space intended to support and inspire its users to reach their goals”, making it perfect to discover and debate about Open Science practices.
Open. Innovative. Inspiring
Luxembourg Learning Centre
7, Ënnert den Héichiewen
Travelling to the venue
You will find all of the up-to-date information about travelling to the Belval Campus by car, train, bus, plane, as well as car park facilities, here: https://www.uni.lu/contact/belval_campus
Check Mobiliteit.lu (also available as an app) for planning your travel by public transport.
The Belval Campus has a variety of restaurants to chose from, including University restaurants. It also has its own shopping centre where you will find various restaurants, shops and a supermarket.
On campus: Ibis hotel
Towns nearby: Esch-sur-Alzette; Belvaux
Luxembourg city: around 30 minutes by train from the Gare Centrale.
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