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    The summer school venue is situated at the Science Faculty of Angers University (2 Boulevard Lavoisier Angers).

    Angers is a beautiful city in western France, about 300 km southwest of Paris. It is the historical capital of Anjou and was for centuries an important stronghold in northwestern France.

    Courses will take place at the Faculty of Science, building A and F (see map below).

    An icebreaker reception will be hosted on the evening of 19th June in building A (see map below). The 2nd day is reserved for a field trip to the Bourgneuf bay, situated at 130 km from Angers off the Atlantic coast in the Loire atlantic department.

    Angers can be reached by a direct train connection from Paris Charles De Gaulle airport (2.5 hours).

    Upon arrival at the train station (Angers Saint-Laud), the Faculty of Science can be reached by buses numbers 1 and 14, from the stop “Angers - Gares Papin” to the stop “Angers - Restaurant Universitaire”. This journey takes 20 to 25 min.

    The faculty of science is directly accessible following the plan below.