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Parallel Sessions & Posters

PhD students and young postdocs are invited to submit abstracts for a talk at the parallel sessions and/or for a poster. 

The abstracts should be sent before May 14, directly to the chairperson of the session you want to attend. Please, look at the page "Scientific Program" for the contact information.

Please, mention if you apply for an oral contribution or for a poster. If you want to apply for the contests, please, fill the form in the page "Contests".

Poster preparation

  • Recommended poster size is A0
  • Preferably vertical orientation


Where can I put my poster

  • The posters can be put on the panels near the registration desk, in building Q, room Nelson Mandela

What is the location of the sessions

  • The registration takes place in building Q, room Nelson Mandela
  • The morning sessions take place in building Q, Aula C
  • For more detailed information about the location of the parellel sessions, please check the program


How to get there

By train

Our campus is located next to the railway station "Etterbeek". Consult the timetables of the Belgian National Railroad Company. (NMBS)

By subway/tram/bus

Subways, trams and buses in Brussels are run by the MIVB. Subwaystations "Petillion" and "Delta" are closest to the Campus (+/- 15 minutes walk). There are several trams and buses from the different train stations in Brussels. Please consult the timetables of the MIVB.

The vrije Universiteit Brussel has asked the MIVB to make a 'How to get to' brochure for both Campus Etterbeek and Campus Jette. This brochure gives an overview of the different means of public transport in Brussel you can use to reach the campusses.



By car

  • From France / Luxemburg / Namen: E411
  • From UK / Ostend (Oostende) / Brugge / Gent: E40
  • From Netherlands / Antwerpen / Mechelen: A12 or E19
  • From Germany / Aken / Luik / Leuven: E40


For more detailed directions, please consult Google Maps of Mappy.com.

A system of electric bollards is in use at Campus Etterbeek to limit parking and traffic nuisance.  You can download a barcode to gain access to the campus. Please note that the barcode only works on entrances 6 and 13.


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