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Technical University of Madrid (UPM)

Technical University of Madrid (UPM) 

 

 

Technical University of Madrid (UPM) 

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The Technical University of Madrid (UPM) was founded in 1971 through the integration of the Higher Technical Schools which up until then made up the Higher Technical Institutes. As set out in its statures, the Technical University of Madrid has, among its objectives, the creation, development, transmission and criticism of science, technology, and culture. To this end it also works from its Institutes and Research Centres, assimilating the changes taking place in out society and maintaining its vocation for excellence, which is why it has both national and international recognition. The Technical University of Madrid holds double recognition as a Campus of International Excellence, a distinction that refers to the quality of its research and teaching activity.

 

Campus Ciudad Universitaria

  • School of Architecture
  • ETSI Caminos, Canales y Puertos
  • School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • School of Telecommunications Engineering
  • INEF  Conference venue ETConference11
  • School of Building
  • School of Aeronautics and Space Engineering
  • ICE
  • School of Forestry Engineering and Natural Resources
  • School of Agricultural, Food and Biosystems Engineering

Facultad de Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte - INEF 

está situada en la Ciudad Universitaria de Madrid, 
C/ Martín Fierro,7. 28040 Madrid
w www.agendainef.com

The conference will be held at Faculty of Sciences for Physical Activity and Sport (INEF) of Technical University of Madrid (UPM) Campus, which is situated 1 kilometers from the city center (see map on the last page) and 900 metros from the School of Aeronautics and Space Engineering. The INEF complex is formed by 3 building, one high-rise buildings central in the middle and one each side independent buildings with a ground floor only. The registration is at the main entrance at the left building Hall, at the back of this hall is the Auditorium where the invited lectures take place every morning. The auditorium is the University’s largest hall and offers room for 584 people which have the access thought the left small building or thought the path at left side of the left independent building.  The 3 conference sessions will be take place in three lectures halls, two of them in the left building Hall International and Auditorium "José María Cagigal" and other one in the right building Classroom Great.

 

 

INEF map of rooms

 1  - Classroom Great “Aula Magna” - capacity: 184 / Green Building
 2  -  Hall International “Sala Internacional” - capacity: 112/ Red Building
 2  - Information desk / Red Building
 3  - Auditorium "José María Cagigal" - capacity: 584 (rear Access) / Red Building

 

HOW TO GET THERE

METRO

In October in year 1919, King Alfonso XIII inaugurated the first subway line, which meant a very important advance in the city’s of transportation. This line linked the Puerta del Sol and Cuatro Caminos. Fourteen days after its inauguration the service was open to the public. This suburban network is formed by twelve lines and three “metro ligero” lines (tram). These lines allow passengers to move around the city quickly and punctually, the trains run non stop from 6 a.m. to 1.30 a.m.

6 Grey Line, stop CIUDAD UNIVERSITARIA
3 Yellow Line, stop MONCOLA

w www.metromadrid.es
 +34 902444403

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detailed map of the metro out the stops for the university INEF
Detailed map of the metro out the stops for the university INEF - click on map to zoom
detailed map of the metro out the stops for the university INEF
Detailed map of the metro out the stops for the university INEF - click on map to zoom

BUS

In the city of Madrid the regular bus service is run by the Empresa Municipal de Transportes (EMT). It has 216 lines that connect every street within Madrid, 171 of them are regular daily, it has 26 night lines, popularly called “owls” (búhos), 12 night lines that substitute the subway’s lines during the weekend’s night or the holydays’ night, called “metro owls” and seven lines that service the surroundings of some university campuses.

Line 46 MONCLOA - SEVILLA. Parada nº 2416 Avda. Juan de Herrera - Martín Fierro
Line U PARANINFO - AVD. SÉNECA. Parada nº 2415 Avda. Juan de Herrera - Martín Fierro
w www.emtmadrid.es
 +34 91.406.88.00

OTHER
M-30 SUR Salida 20A Avda. Valladolid - Paseo del Pintor Rosales.
M-30 NORTE Salida 20 Avda. Valladolid - Paseo del Pintor Rosales.

Transport Consortium
Intercity buses: www.ctm-madrid.es

Tourist transportation tickets
The tourist transportation card has a personal character; it allows the person who buys it an unlimited amount of trips through regular transportation services within a chosen area.
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