The ISEM 2013 conference will take place on Université Laval's campus, in Pavillon Desjardins, from 30th July to 2nd August. Click here for a Map of the campus (conference building is «Pavillon DESJARDINS» which is number 23 on that map.

The pre-conference course "Basic Thermography" will be offered on 30th of  July). 



Université Laval is located in Quebec City, Quebec, CANADA.  The town is  an important tourist destination. It is the oldest city in North America (it celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2008). The Old Town known as  "Vieux Québec" is part of UNESCO World Heritage and is particularly famous with the "Château Frontenac" (Frontenac Castle) and the Saint-Lawrence River. Many festivals and celebrations take place during the Summer.



The city is easily reached from the major North American hubs and daily direct flights to Europe are offered (from/ to Paris, France)


Daily trains and buses connect also the city.



Weather in Quebec City is nice with average daytime temperatures 25 celsius degrees during the day in July.



Université Laval's campus offer several attractions such as  a botanical garden, 4 km of pedestrian paths, etc.


(refer to Activities/tourism).






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