9-10 September 2013, Aimsun Users’ Meeting, Barcelona

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General information: Venue, prices, accommodation, how to get there

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Agenda: TSS technical sessions & confirmed user presentations

From Monday 9th to Tuesday 10th September 2013, Aimsun users and TSS staff will gather once again at the annual Aimsun Users’ Meeting, where we will share our latest experiences and discuss new trends and developments.

If you have an interesting project or case study with Aimsun that you’d like to share with us then let us know! There are still one or two slots available for user presentations and case studies on the second day of the meeting, Tuesday 10th September. As always, speakers qualify for substantial discounts.

Please note that we are holding a three-day Aimsun training course in our head office in Barcelona immediately after the Users’ Meeting, from 11-13 September.

Venue

This year we will meet in Spain at the Hostal Empúries, an eco-friendly spa hotel located right on the sands of Portitxol beach, in the Costa Brava town of l’Escala. In addition to its stunning surroundings, the hotel is just 300m from the Empúries archaeological site of the first Greek settlement on the Iberian peninsula and 600m from the charming medieval village of Sant Martí d’Empúries.

If you want to extend your stay a little then there is plenty to do: the town of l’Escala is close enough to Girona for a day trip and also a short drive from the world-famous Dalí museum in the town of Figueres.

The Hostal Empúries is easy to get to by car or public transport. It is about 2 hours from Barcelona El Prat Airport and 1 hour from Girona Airport.

Hostal Empúries Playa de Portitxol 17130 l’Escala Girona Tel: +34 972 77 02 07 Fax: +34 972 98 29 36 GPS: 42.13182400, 3.12234900 www.hostalempuries.com

For more information about prices, registration and presentation slots, please contact us as soon as possible at info@aimsun.com.

Located on the sands of Portitxol beach

Conference facilities at Hostal Empúries

Mosaics at Empúries archaeological site

WiFi with a sea view