TNT2015 will take place at the Diagora Congress Centre.


150, rue Pierre Gilles de Gennes
31670 Toulouse - Labège (France)
Tel: +33 5 61 39 93 39



Metro  Line B + TNT2015 Shuttle bus

A free shuttle bus service from Ramonville station (metro line B) to the Congress venue will be available during the Conference according to the following schedule - more info

Metro Line B + bus 79

Take metro line B to Ramonville station, then bus 79 to the stop "De Gennes".

Schedules and map of 79 line - more info

*Free metro and bus Tickets for TNT2015 participants (sponsored by So Toulouse)

By Train

Toulouse Matabiau train station / train station of Labège-Innopole: Access 15 minutes.


“Périphérique” Exit 19 / Labège The Palays

From Toulouse-Blagnac airport, Tarbes, follow Montpellier, Exit 19 Labège.

From the train station SNCF Matabiau, from Bordeaux (A62), from Albi (A68), from Auch, take direction A61 Montpellier, Exit 19a Labège.

From Montpellier (A61), Toulouse center, Exit the Palays / Labège.

A parking is available at the Congress Venue


Taxi companies operating in Labège Innopole:
Taxi Labège: 06 30 33 88 33
Taxi Labège Innopole: 05 62 24 42 42 - 06 09 57 49 21

Toulouse, the pink city
With its characteristic architecture, the city of Toulouse has earned the nickname "ville rose" or "pink city"due to the colour of the local building material traditionally used - terra cotta bricks. Its other nickname is the "city of violets". There is a brotherhood of violets in Toulouse, as there was large-scale production of this flower here. The Violet is one of the prizes awarded by the Academy of Floral Games in Toulouse.

Home to Airbus, Toulouse is now one of Europe's high-tech cities with a large number of cutting-edge businesses in the aeronautic, IT and space industry, as well as many research institutes. It is an important university town with prestigious cultural centres such as its conference centre, José-Cabanis multimedia library, Zénith concert hall, Abattoirs museum of modern and contemporary art, Cité de l'Espace and Toulouse National Theatre (TNT).

Toulouse is undergoing rapid demographic expansion, the fastest-growing in France and, for agglomerations with more than 850,000 inhabitants, even in Europe. It is considered one of the larger intermediate European cities along with Lyon, Marseille, Florence, Hamburg and Zurich.