Frequently Asked Questions

How can I reach the conference venue ?

By train: The closest railway station is Brussel-Centraal/Bruxelles Central. From there it is a ten-minute walk to the venue, or you can take the metro.
By metro (MIVB): Metro station Troon.
From the Central Station: Line 1 or 5 to Kunst-Wet, then line 2 or 6.
From the North Station: metro Rogier, line 2 or 6 towards “Koning Boudewijn” or “Simonis (Leopold II)“.
From the South Station: Line 2 or 6 towards Simonis (Elisabeth).
By car:
Two nearby parking garages are:
Parking 2 Portes: Waterloolaan 2a, 1000 Brussel
Parking Industrie: Industriestraat 26-38, 1040 Brussel

How can I register?

You can register via the “Register” button on the website upper banner. Registrations will open in September 2019.

Do I need to be a member to participate?

This is not required. You can participate as a non-member.

How do I become a member ?

You automatically become a member after your first registration to the National Day

What does my registration include?

Your registration includes access to all presentations, poster sessions, company stands, coffee and lunch breaks as well as the ending reception.

National Day on Biomedical Engineering

November 29, 2019

The Royal Academies for Science and the Arts of Belgium

Hertogstraat 1, 1000 Brussels