In 2014, IEEE VIS comes to the city of Paris, France for the first European edition in the the conference's 25-year history. Paris is the capital of France, and attracts around 28 million tourists per year, making it the world's leading tourist destination. The city is renowned for its 2000 years of history, as well as for its spectacular monuments, museums, theaters, restaurants, and cafés. The public transportation system in Paris is also cheap, efficient, and extensive, allowing you to visit the city and region conveniently. The list of attractions is endless---so please check with the Visitors Bureau of Paris or ask student volunteers during the conference for help finding the best attractions for you.
The conference will be located at the downtown Marriott Rive-Gauche.
The Marriott Rive-Gauche is an 18-story hotel designed in a colorful 70's style by the architect Pierre Giudicelli, and its more than 500 rooms offer stunning views of Paris. The hotel is located just minutes from the “Denfert Rochereau” metro station, with direct service to both of Paris's major airports---Charles de Gaulle and Orly.
Room Rate: 194,30 €
Room Rate Cut-off: 17 October 2014, 5pm CEST
Please note that the only way for attendees to make reservations for the conference is through this link.