The 12th International Congress on Engineering and Food (ICEF12)

Directions

Québec City is strategically located with links to the world’s major hubs. The city is well connected and easily accessible via Jean Lesage International Airport, Via Rail Canada, and an excellent highway network. The Port of Québec is one of Canada’s largest with a terminal that welcomes cruise ships from the world over.

Click here to find out how to get to Québec City

Once you reach the Québec City Convention Centre, there’s no better way to get around than walking – Québec City is one of Canada’s 10 most walkable cities. Or you could use the Ecolobus, an eco-friendly way to visit the city.

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Parking Access
An underground tunnel links the Québec City Convention Centre to the Hilton and Delta hotels, Édifice Marie-Guyart (also known as “Complexe G”), and four more underground parking lots for a total of 4,175 parking spaces.

For costs, contact the parking facilities managers directly:

Vinci Park
Place Québec underground parking
Delta underground parking

Société Parc-Auto du Québec
Place d’Youville underground parking
Édifice Marie-Guyart underground parking

 


Organised by

IAEF

Elsevier

Exhibitors/Sponsors

AIAQ
Bruker
Campden
Cedarlane
ederna
RedJade
Springer

Supported by

IUFoST
IUFoST
Universite Laval
Universite Laval

McGill

Quebec

Agriculture and Agrifood Canada

Quebec

Supporting publication

Journal of food engineering