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19th Mini-EURO Conference

Operation Research Models and Methods in the Energy Sector

(ORMMES 2006)

Coimbra - Portugal                6, 7, 8 September 2006


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 The conference will be hosted by the Department of Mathematics of the University of Coimbra.

 Dating from 1290, the U. Coimbra is one of the oldest in Europe and the oldest in Portugal. It now comprises eight faculties, including the Faculty of Sciences and Technology, which was established in 1972.

Coimbra is located in the centre region of Portugal, easily accessible by car (A1 highway), bus or train from Lisbon (200 km) or Oporto (110 km) international airports. Click here for more information.

How to reach Coimbra by car

From Porto or Lisboa -

On highway A1, take the way out to Coimbra.

How to reach Coimbra by train: see the web page of the portuguese railways

  • Coimbra is served by two major train services - ALFA - directly from LISBON (Sta. Apolónia Station) or OPORTO (Campanhã Station) - and INTERCIDADES with direct links to Lisbon, Oporto and Braga. For more detailed information look at the Portuguese Railway Services (CP) at http://www.cp.pt/horarios/e_horarios.html.
  • Coimbra is served by two railway stations: COIMBRA A in the city centre and COIMBRA B in the north of the city. ALFA and INTERCIDADES stop at COIMBRA B. There are several link services from COIMBRA B to COIMBRA A (city centre) by train.

How to reach Coimbra by bus: Rede Expressos and  RodoNorte

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