Solar Terrestrial ObseRvations and Modeling Service
Scientific symposium on Particle Acceleration and Transport from heliospheric perspective: a scientific symposium on particle transport and acceleration will present the results of the SERPENTINE H2020 project in more general context of particle transport and acceleration in astrophysics from a heliospheric perspective. A number of researchers is invited also from outside the consortium, to be able to discuss the results in a more general framework. This event will serve as a means to communicate the project results to target groups T1, T2, T3 and T4, i.e., researchers and PhD students in the fields of heliophysics, space weather research and astrophysics.
Time: Leaves every half an hour between 5:40am and 00:10am.
Cost (at time of writing): 9 Euros each way
Directions: Shuttle leaves from outside main terminal. Tickets can be bought next to the tram stop (ensure you buy the shuttle ticket and not a standard one). The shuttle bus stop is to the right of the tram stop as you exit the terminal.
Destination: The shuttle stops at Compans Caffarelli and close to hotels at Jeanne d’Arc and Jean Jaures.
Mobility: The buses are adapted for access for people with reduced mobility.
Time: Leaves approximately every 20 minutes between 06:10am and 23:58pm. It is slower than the shuttle but cheaper.
Cost (at time of writing): 1.80 Euros for 1 trip.
Directions: The trams leave from just outside the terminal. Just take a right as you leave the building.
More details on the PDF
Time: Usually available 24 hours.
Cost: Around 30-35 euros to Toulouse Center. They are readily available, but it may be cheaper to get an Uber.
Directions: Taxis line up on the road outside of the terminal, directly to the right as you leave the building.