Universitat Politècnica de València - UPV

ISD2021 will be located in Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV)

The Universitat Politècnica de València is a public, dynamic and innovative institution, specifically for research and teaching that, while maintaining strong links with the social environment in which it carries out its activities, opts for a determined presence abroad. It is a young university, which celebrated its 50th anniversary during the 2018-2019 academic year.

Its community consists of about 34,000 students, 3,600 professors and researchers and 1,500 administration and services professionals distributed among its three campuses located in Alcoy, Gandia and Valencia.

At present, the UPV is constituted by 13 university centres, of which 9 are higher technical schools, 2 are faculties and another 2, higher polytechnic schools. In addition, it has a Doctoral School and 3 affiliated centres (Florida University, Berklee College of Music and EDEM Business School).

ISD2021 Valencia, Spain
Interactive map of the university
  • 6G Locate the conference venue in the map: 6G (Building Nexus, 2nd floor)
  • PE-10 Recommended entrance. There is a Bus stop (“Tarongers – Col.legi Major”) and a Tram station (“Tarongers”, Lines 4 and 6) just in front of this entrance.
  • PE-13 Main entrance to the University

Conference Location

ISD2021 will be located at the Universitat Politècnica de València - UPV on the NEXUS building, 2nd floor.

Conference Location map

Click on the map to see the ISD2020 location.

Arriving by tram/metro: "Tarongers" station

  • Line 4
  • Line 6

Arriving by bus: "Tarongers Col·legi Major" stop
  • Line 18
  • Line 93
  • Line 98

For more information on public transport (including schedule and how to arrive from your hotel) use:
You can also arrive by taxi (use the mobile app Free Now iPhone/Android) or Cabify iPhone/Android

Getting around in Valencia

ISD2021 Valencia, Spain
How to get to the universty

About Valencia

Valencia is located on Spain’s eastern coast, at the mouth of the Turia River, right in the centre of the Gulf of Valencia. It is situated on the shores of the Mediterranean, a stretch of water which has gradually forged the city's character over the centuries.

Bask in the city’s pleasant climate, stroll along its wide sandy beaches, just fifteen minutes from the centre of Valencia, catch a glimpse of its past, sample the local cuisine and discover the richness of its culture.

Valencia’s geographical location makes it also an excellent operational base from which to explore the rest of Spain. At just 1,5 hours from Madrid by train, 3,5 hours from Barcelona by train or car, 4 hours from Seville by train, and with daily flight and boat departures to the Balearic Islands


ISD2021 Organising Committee
Universitat Politècnica de València