We are looking forward to welcoming you to Milan. The city will offer a wide range of cultural events at the time of your visit, among which La Milanesiana Festival and the Brera Nights (Brera Gallery); guided tours to Leonardo’s Last Supper must be booked in advance.

The conference will be held at IULM University (main building IULM 1, fifth and sixth floor). Although our university has a longer tradition, the modern campus was inaugurated in 1994, in what may appear as a suburban area. The site is actually very close to the one of the most historical and charming areas in Milan, the Navigli district, and its interconnected canals sided by pubs, restaurants and markets.

An example of global architecture, the IULM University site is conceived on the American model and stands out as an ultra-modern complex, technologically advanced and equipped with structures and spaces to provide space for studying and research.

Designed by Roberto and Lorenzo Guiducci and completed in 1993, the main building on Via Carlo Bo is IULM University's core nucleus.  It is coated on the outside by red bricks and surrounded by a porticoed courtyard, and ties in harmoniously with the architectural traditions of Milan. Internally a system of escalators connects the building's six floors, which have been furnished according to a chromatic study to optimize concentration and study.


IULM University


Since 2000 a garden and six new buildings housing lecture rooms, research departments-institutes, the university library, catering facilities and the student residence have been constructed around the main building.  A mosaic of spaces further enhanced by the recent inauguration of the IULM 6 Building, an architectural masterwork designed by Studio 5+1AA of Gianluca Peluffo and Alfonso Femìa.
With two new modern Auditoriums and an outstanding exhibition area, the complex completes the IULM Campus, enriching it not only with new spaces and services, but also with a highly original creative note, in a constant dialogue between the academic hub and the city.




Main Address

IULM University
Via Carlo Bo 1,
20143 Milano


Map Link


How to get there:
1) By plane:
Linate and Malpensa Airport are both well connected to the city centre by trains/buses/coaches.

From Milano Linate Airport: bus line 73 to San Babila; change to MM 1 (red line) to CADORNA F.S; then change to MM2 (green line, direction Assago Forum / Abbiategrasso) to ROMOLO.

From Milano Malpensa Airport: shuttle trains “Malpensa Express” to Milano (Porta Garibaldi, Centrale and Cadorna) running every 30 minutes from 7.45 am; journey time about 40 min.

2) By tram and bus:
Line 90/91 – Stop: ROMOLO

3) By underground
Line MM2 – Stop: ROMOLO

Network Map: http://www.atm.it/en/ViaggiaConNoi/Pages/SchemaReteMetro.aspx

Click on the image to download the map

4) By car
Route from Milano Linate Airport.
Get on A51 in Milano from Viale Enrico Forlanini/SP14. (3.2 km)
Continue on A51. Take A1, A50/E35 and A7 to Viale Famagosta. Exit from A7. (24.9 km)
Take Via Santander to Via Carlo Bo. (850 m)

Route from Milano Malpensa Airport
Get on SS336dir in Vizzola Ticino from Strada Statale 336. (2.5 km)
Continue on SS336dir. Take A4/E64 and A50/E35/E62 to Viale Famagosta in Milano. Exit from A7. (60.2 km)
Take Via Santander to Via Carlo Bo. (850 m)