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15th International Conference on Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (CSiV 2020)

CSiV 2020

15th International Conference on Chemical Signals in Vertebrates

August 26-29 2020 DIJON


  • The meeting will be held at the Centre des Sciences du Goût (Center for Taste, Smell and Feeding Science), situated on the campus of University of Burgundy, Dijon, France
  • GPS coordinates: 47.319666, 5.067753


Local Information

Enjoy your stay in Dijon !


Please, be careful to book your accomodation as early as possible, Dijon being a highly attractive city

Book one of the hotels in the city centre or in the outskirts.

Kyriad Dijon Station

Campanile Dijon Station

Campanile Dijon Congres-Clemenceau

Hotel Montchapet

Hotel Chambellan

You can also consult the Dijon's tourism office.



From Paris, Lyon, Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg, and Geneva Airports

Train service is available to Dijon (Central Station or Gare Dijon-Ville) from Paris Airports (Orly airport, Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle), Lyon Airport (Aéroport Lyon-Saint-Exupéry), Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (EuroAirport) and Geneva (Genève-Cointrin). Several trains run daily (compagny website). The train trips are approximately:


  • from Paris-Gare de Lyon, 1h40 min (by TGV) (after a 40-min trip with RER train from Charles-de-Gaulle Airport to Gare-de-Lyon)
  • from Lyon Part-Dieu Station, 2h00 (after a 30-min trip from Airport to Lyon Part-Dieu station)
  • from Saint-Louis station, 2h00 (shuttle from Basel-Mulhouse Euroairport) with a transfer at Mulhouse station (TGV)
  • from Geneva Airport, 2h30 by TGV (with a transfer at Lausanne station). 

Flixbus ( provides sometimes cheaper and more direct options from these different airports to Dijon.

From Dijon Main Station to the Meeting venue

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To reach the conference venue from the main station ("Dijon Gare"), take the tramway Line 1 towards Quétigny. Your stop is CHU-Hôpitaux, 9 stops from the main station (tram).

Tickets can be purchased on vending machines at the stops, or by contactless card directly in buses or trams.

From the Meeting venue to the city center

To reach the city center from the conference venue, take the Tramway Line 1 towards Dijon Gare (itinerary).

By car

The address of the venue is 9E boulevard Jeanne d’Arc, 21000 Dijon (link to Google maps).

GPS coordinates: 47.319666, 5.067753

(Zoom on clic below)



Parking is available at the venue (here).