Submit the abstract of your non peer reviewed paper until the 30th of June
The INGEO2017 Conference will take place at LNEC Congress Centre in Lisbon, Portugal. LNEC Congress Centre has two auditoriums and several meeting rooms, all equipped with modern audiovisual aids. The Centre is a free wire-less zone. Space for promotional exhibits is available in the conference hall or in the nearby exterior area.
Avenida do Brasil, 101
LNEC is located near Lisbon Airport (2km).
From hostels or B&B rooms to 5 starts hotels, in old quarters or in the newest areas, facing the river or with a view to the hills, each participant can find in Lisbon the most suitable accommodation.
LNEC provides a list of hotels that have special prices for participants, but sometimes better terms are obtainable through hotel reservation websites.
LNEC’s guest centre / STUDENT accomodation
LNEC houses in its campus a Guest Centre for trainees, scholarship holders, guests and participants in meetings, seminars, projects and any other events or activities organized by LNEC. A small number of rooms is therefore available at very convenient prices for students and other participants attending INGEO2017. Details are available here.
Make your reservation directly to email@example.com
TAP Portugal, the Portuguese airline, has agreed to offer a discount to the participants of the “INGEO 2017- 7th International Conference on Engineering Surveying” who make their flight booking and buy their ticket exclusively through TAP Portugal’s website.
In case of questions, please contact TAP Portugal by the following email:
Why visit Lisbon?
Lisbon, Lisboa in Portuguese, the capital of Portugal, is a charming city known for the perfect unity of the historical past and the present, the unique light, its seven hills, the Tagus River, the typical narrow streets of the old Districts, the traces of the Discovery times, the modern buildings and, last but not least, its food and night life.
Know more about this city at Lisbon Official Tourism Website.
Why go beyond Lisbon?
Near Lisbon, less than 45 minutes away by train, there are charming small towns that must be visited: Sintra and Cascais.
Sintra town and the surrounding hills have three major castles (and a couple accessory castles). The entire area surrounding Sintra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its history and beauty.
Cascais is an old fishing town and a seaside resort for cultural recreation and also the perfect place to start a bike ride by the seashore. But, funder away, north, south or east you can find thousands of reasons to discover this country. Why not to start right now at Portugal Official Tourism Website ?