Conference Venue

The conference will be held at Politecnico di Torino

 Politecnico di Torino is one of the most prestigious public institutions at both the International and the Italian levels concerning education, research, technology transfer and services in all sectors of architecture and engineering. 


Energy Center

Address: via Paolo Borsellino 38, Int 16

Sala Agorà - I3P

Torino is one of the cultural leading cities in Italy.

For more information, please visit www.turismotorino.org

How to get to Turin

By plane
Caselle International Airport, 20 minutes away from the city centre, allows daily connections with the main European cities.
Malpensa International Airport, located only 60 minutes’ drive from Turin.
Both airports are connected to the city centre by bus (www.torino.arriva.it or www.flibco.com)

By train
Turin has two main railway stations, Porta Nuova and Porta Susa, both in the city centre. They are connected, also with frequent high-speed rail services, to the main destinations in Italy and France, and from there to the rest of Europe.
More info at www.trenitalia.com and www.italotreno.it

By car
Motorways A6 Torino-Savona, A4 Torino-Milan-Venice, A21 Torino-Piacenza-Bologna, A5 Torino-Aosta, A32 Torino-Bardonecchia connect Torino to most Italian cities, to France, Switzerland, Austria, and the rest of Europe.

Information on Turin public transportation  may be found here