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9th International Topical Meeting on
Industrial Radiation and Radioisotope Measurement Applications

Valencia (Spain), 6-11 July 2014


The IRRMA-9 Meeting will be held at the Paraninfo (building 3A) of the UPV (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia), on the Vera Campus.

The Vera Campus is located at the north of the city of Valencia, and it is surrounded by farmland. Approximately 60 buildings make up a well-organized complex around the Agora, heart of the university life. Up to 108.000 m2 of green areas house an open-air sculpture museum.

Valencia is the capital of the “Comunidad Valenciana”. It is located in the middle-east of Spain, on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. The city is the third largest city of Spain. Close to the city you can find many beaches as well as a big lake called “La Albufera”. Valencia is a Mediterranean city that invites one and all to enjoy its diversity and unforgettable charisma. It is a city of contrasts, proud of its illustrious, deep rooted history whilst being at the cutting edge of all the latest social and technological developments. It is a city open to all, accessible to everyone, which can be enjoyed by all residents and visitors alike.

How to get the Conference Venue.

By tram : lines 4 and 6, stop “Universitat Politècnica” (www.fgv.es)
By bus : lines 40 and 71, stop “Tarongers-Galileo Galilei” and “Tarongers-Ramón Llull” (www.emtvalencia.es)
By car : you can use your own car as in July it is not difficult to find a parking place in the morning, although underground parkings require an UPV card.
By taxi : ask the taxi driver to get “Rectorado” (building 3A).