110, rue de la Chimie,
Saint-Martin-d’Hères (near Grenoble)
The precise location of the worshop is the Maison Jean Kuntzmann (MJK), located on the University Campus (Domaine Universitaire).
On the map below (right), the MJK is in red among the Informatique et Math Appliquées buildings.
The easiest way to get to Grenoble by plane is to fly to the international
Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport. It is situated
95 km north-west of the city off the A43 highway to Lyon.
Once in the airport, the most convenient way to come to Grenoble is to use the shuttle (called the "Satobus") to the Grenoble bus station.
The trip takes about 65 minutes. You can find schedules and prices at the Satobus website (in French).
The Lyon airport also has a train station. However, only few trains is scheduled daily between the airport and Grenoble.
You can also land in the Roissy Charles De Gaulle aiport, in the north-east of Paris. Once there, you have several possibilities:
You can also land in the Geneva Cointrin International Airport in Switzerland. From there, you can take shuttles, buses or trains to Grenoble.
Another way to get to Grenoble is to fly to the Grenoble-Saint Geoirs Airport. It is 45 km north of Grenoble. i.e. about 45 minutes by car from the city downtown.
Grenoble is well served by trains. For instance, the trip
Paris-Grenoble by TGV takes 3 hours.
Further information on train schedules and prices can be found at the SNCF website
Grenoble is reachable by highways from many places in France and Swizerland.
Bus and tram tickets are available from ticket machines at tram stops and from bus drivers. They must be time-stamped before abording the tramway or while boarding the bus. Tickets are valid for one-way trips including transfers within one hour of being time-stamped.
You can find more information on the Grenoble transports on the SEMITAG website (in French).