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For questions about the peer review process or the calls for proposals, contact the Peer Review Team
For technical questions about the 6 HPC systems, contact the hosting centres directly. You can find links to their webpages here
For questions about the PRACE Implementation Projects, contact Project Management Office (PMO)
For all other questions, please send a message to PRACE Info
To contact staff at PRACE office in Brussels, use the links below.
Dr. Sergi Girona
Chair of the PRACE Board of Directors / Managing Director
Phone: +32 2 613 09 28
Mail to: S.Girona (at) staff.prace-ri.eu
Financial and Legal Officer
Phone: +32 2 613 09 26
Mail to: I.Yenes (at) staff.prace-ri.eu
Phone: +32 2 613 09 27
Mail to: M.Oorsprong (at) staff.prace-ri.eu
Phone: +32 2 613 09 20
Mail to: I.Vankoekenbeek (at) staff.prace-ri.eu
Rue du Trone, 98
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How to get to the PRACE office
From the airport
The easiest way to reach the PRACE Office from Brussels national Airport is to take the “airport shuttle” bus 12. (The bus station is located on airport level -1, below the arrival terminal and can be easily reached by escalator or lift.
The airport line runs from 5:40am to 8pm up to 3x per hour. The ride takes about 30-40 minutes. You go to the last stop called “Luxembourg station”. From there you have to walk approx. 10 minutes: You follow the “Rue d’Idalie” in the direction of “Rue du Trône”. At the corner where the “Rue d’Idalie” intersects the “Rue du Trône”, the building No. 98 is located on the right.
The bus ticket can be purchased inside the bus for 6 EUR – at the ticket machine for 4 EUR.
Of course there are also plenty of taxis available in front of the airport.
From Bussels “Gare du Midi” (Brussels South Train station)
Take metro line 2 in the direction of “Simonis (Elisabeth)” and get off at “Trône/Troon” (5th stop). The “Rue du Trône“ starts directly at the metro station (exit “Rue de Luxembourg“; 2nd street on the left-hand side). From there, you have to walk about 5 minutes until you see No. 98 on your right.