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SwissTech Convention Center - Main Hall
Switzerland

The SWISSTECH CONVENTION CENTER is set against a spectacular backdrop in the heart of one of 
Switzerland’s most vibrant areas, the Lake Geneva Region. Located on the campus of the prestigious École 
Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), its futuristic design makes it a truly unique building in Europe. With its close proximity to Lausanne, designated the Olympic Capital, the SWISSTECH CONVENTION CENTER is an ideal platform for exchanges among conference delegates from around the world.

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