The European Forum to discuss Nuclear Technology Issues, Opportunities & Challenges
11 - 14 May 2014, Marseille, France
Networking is a major benefit of ENC 2014. The networking opportunities enable delegates to meet and network. The ENC 2014 Social Programme extends networking opportunities beyond the opening hours providing everyone with social interaction and an invaluable opportunity to meet additional people you may have otherwise missed.
ENC 2014 Social Events will take place in prestigious venues reflecting the cultural heritage of Marseille.
ENC 2014 Welcome Reception
On Sunday 11 May 2014 all delegates are invited to a Welcome Reception. This appreciated opportunity for a first get-together will be organised together with an ENC 2014 pre-registration facility.
The ENC 2014 Welcome Reception will take place at the Regards de Provence Museum. This Museum is housed in the former sanitary station of the port, a 20th- century Heritage which offers a very prestigious and contemporary ambiance, enjoying an outstanding location in the heart of Marseille, in the historic district with a panoramic view of the Port of La Joliette.
Venue: Musee Regards de Provence
Address: Avenue Vaudoyer, 13002 Marseille, France
Start : 19.00h
See the Regards de Provence Museum on Google Maps
Sponsor of the ENC 2014 Welcome Reception
ENC 2014 Conference Dinner
The ENC 2014 Conference Dinner will take place on Tuesday 13 May 2014 in the prestigeous Palais du Pharo. Built by Napoleon III for his wife Eugénie, this historc Palais enjoys an exceptionel view of the sea and the Phocaean town.
See the Palais du Pharo on Google Maps
Transfer buses will be organised from the conference venue to the Palais du Pharo; a return transfer will be organised to partner hotels in the congress area.
Information for accompanying persons
City of art and culture, Marseille has a treasure chest of wonders to share. With its 26 centuries of existence, it offers a unique blend of tradition and modernity. The city is a genuine timeline that invites the visitor to journey from its Greek and Roman origins, through its medieval religious foundations, up to the present day and its major 21st century architectural achievements.
Discover Marseille’s myriad of monuments, scenic spots and museums and then set out to discover Provence, the number one tourist destination in France. It is a region celebrated for its glorious landscapes and gracious lifestyle. All in all, with its stunning national and regional parks, its 1,800 historic buildings and its villages, Provence offers the diversity of an entire country: from sea to mountain, from crowning city to ancestral villages.
For more information: www.marseille-tourisme.com