Conference Venue

Belval in the south of Luxembourg has become the new City of Science. What was once the site of Luxembourg’s biggest ironworks, is now one of the most ambitious urban development projects in Europe that uniquely integrates parts of the former industrial site in the new concept. The construction began in 2004 and is still in progress. Belval offers a unique mix of places to work, study, and enjoy life created on a site equal in size to 120 football pitches. It will provide housing for up to 7,000 people of all generations and at the same time, up to 25,000 people will be able to work, research, and study there. It now hosts most institutions active in the field of research, development, and innovation in Luxembourg such as the University of Luxembourg.

The CHER 36th Annual Conference will be held in the Maison du Savoir (MSA, 3rd and 4th floors) on Belval Campus.

See the Belval Campus here

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