University of Geneva
Uni Mail Building
40, bd du Pont-d'Arve
slide show of the building
For the conference fee, payment must be made in advance.
Please provide us with full payment as soon as possible. If payment is not received by 1st June, registration will be cancelled by the organisers.
In case of cancellation before 1st June, a reimbursement will be processed, but the bank transfer will be at the participant's expense. There will be no refund for cancellations received after 1st June 2009.
Payment details:Payment can be made:
- By e-banking:
IBAN: CH66 0024 0240 FP10 0541 3
Bank: UBS SA. - GENEVE
Account holder : CERN-CONFERENCES
It is VERY IMPORTANT to indicate the following details with your payment: "T370209", your name and your registration ID sent in the confirmation mail you will receive.
Please note that you must pay any bank charges for this transaction, which you should add to the total of your registration fees.
- By e-payment
- By cheque:
IMPORTANT: Cheques for any currency listed in our exchange rate table (see below) are accepted. Your invoice will be calculated in Swiss Francs (CHF) and you will need to calculate the equivalent sum in your own currency. The exchange rate on the day of your transaction will be, of course, the one which is valid (for info: currency rates form UBS). Please direct any questions about this to the organisation committee.
Please make all cheques payable to 'CERN-CONFERENCES ' and send them to the following address:
389, route de Meyrin
CH-1211 Geneva 23
IMPORTANT: Please ENSURE the following reference: "T370209", your name and your registration ID are written on the back of the cheque.
If you arrive by plane, the Geneva International Airport offers you a free ticket into town, valid throughout the « Tout Genève » zone of the Geneva Public Transport system. You can get your ticket only from the machine which is to be found between the baggage carousel and immediately before customs. You can then take the train from the station until Geneva center. All the trains will bring you to the Gare Cornavin in 5 minutes (first stop).
From Gare Cornavin, step in the tram 15, direction Palettes. The fifth stop is "Uni Mail".
Besides, if you are staying in Geneva, you will also receive a «Geneva Transport Card» (free travel on the Geneva Public Transport system throughout your stay) when you check in at your hotel, camp ground, youth hostel, etc.
For more information: http://www.genevahostel.ch/pdf/2008_transports-gratuits_EN.pdf
You may look up TPG routes using this timetable. In particular, the keywords "Uni Mail" (where OAI6 will take place), "Aéroport Genève" (Geneva's airport), "Gare Cornavin" (Geneva's main train station) will be recognized.
Please note that lunches are included in the conference fee for all the three days. Also included in the fee is the official welcome buffet on Wednesday evening at CERN. Dinner from Thursday is not included and participants are free to go to any restaurant downtown.
Breakfast is not included in the conference fee.
Participants will be given a login and a password at the registration desk. These give acces to the University of Geneva's WiFi network as well as to desktop computers located in Uni Mail libraries.
Please be aware that there are only a few electrical outlets in the conference auditorium. If you wish to use portable electric devices please make sure that you have an adequate supply of batteries.
Swiss adaptors are needed to adapt to a Swiss power socket http://www.internationalconfig.com/icc6.asp?item=30170 (three pin). A small number of Swiss adaptors will be available to borrow from the registration desk.
Pont de la Machine 1
Phone: +41 (0) 22-311 99 70
Closed on Sundays.
Rue du Mont-Blanc 18
Phone: +41 (0) 22-909 70 00
Closed on Sundays from 1 September to 15 June.
The Old City
Hidden away in the Old City's picturesque narrow streets you'll find a multitude of art galleries, antique shops, bookshops and charming cafés. Leading off from the Cathedral, cobbled streets and connecting passageways entice you to stroll around the Bourg-du-Four, along the Promenade de la Treille or the Terrasse Agrippa d'Aubigné.
Parks and Lakeside
525 acres of public parks to relax in. As you walk along the quays from the Botanical Gardens, past the Flower Clock and the Water Jet all the way round to the beautiful rose gardens in the Parc des Eaux-Vives and the Parc de la Grange, all Geneva's different facets will unfold before you - from its gardens and buildings to the Lake.
All sorts of shops from small boutiques (in the Rue du Rhône neighbourhood and the Corraterie, in the Old City) to department stores in the Rue de la Confédération, de la Croix d'Or, du Marché ("downtown") and Coutance.
You can change money in the main Geneva banks, stations and foreign exchange offices.