INED’ move to Campus Condorcet is imminent
INED is the first founding member of Campus Condorcet to move into its news premises in Aubervilliers. The Campus, encompassing actors engaged in longstanding scientific collaborations that bring together a range of different disciplines, offers a remarkable space for developing research at the local, national, and international levels and opening up new avenues for multidisciplinary studies. With its top-level facilities, it projects an open, collaborative image of French research.
INED will be moving to the Aubervilliers site from December 20 to 25, 2019, leaving the building on Boulevard Davout, in the 20th arrondissement, for its new building on the Campus Condorcet. The move is scheduled for the evenings of December 20 to 24, during which time the Institute will be closed.
Then, on December 26, INED will open it doors in Aubervilliers, and all its research, technical and administrative teams will settle into the Institute’s new premises.
Ined is moving from 20 to 25 December 2019
INED will leave the building it occupies on boulevard Davout in the Paris 20th arrondissement to move to its new headquarters on Campus Condorcet. The move will take place between the 20th and 24th of December in the evening. During this period, the institute will be closed.
On 26 December 2019, Ined will reopen its doors in Aubervilliers and all its teams will move to the institute’s new headquarters.
The Ined library closes its doors to the public from 11 October 2019
The Ined library will definitively close its doors to the public in order to join the Grand équipement documentaire du Campus Condorcet, a library at the service of research. The opening of this structure is scheduled for January 2021.
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