How to get there
We recommend to use public transportation; take the metro m1 and get off at UNIL-Chamberonne; the Anthropole building is right next to the station.
Hint: The Web site of the Swiss Federal Railways (and their SBB Mobile app) offers travel information for essentially all public transit in Switzerland. You can search for connections using street addresses, local transit stops (bus, tram, etc.) and train stations.
The nearest airport is Geneva Airport (GVA). The airport has its own train station, Genève Aéroport, from which you can take direct trains to Lausanne.
Accommodation in Lausanne here
Discover Lausanne here
If you are staying in a hotel, you will get a Lausanne Transport Card, which entitles you to use all public transit for free within the metropolitan area.
Switzerland is part of the Schengen area.
Internet access and power sockets
If your institution is a member of eduroam, you can use VPN and your home user name and password to get Internet access.
Power sockets: Switzerland has its own standard for power sockets (often referred to as “Type J”). No adapter is needed for two-pole Europlugs, but Schuko and French-style plugs will not fit without an adapter.