Venue & Accomodation

Montreal at a Glance

A lot of people see Montreal as a Parisian New York or vice versa. The city has a spirited, bold and complex mix of contrasts that completely defies comparison. Sure, Montréal’s renowned duality of Old World charm infused with North American energy lies at its very heart; however, it is the plurality of cultures that really makes this metropolis tick.

Montreal is as romantically traditional as it is cutting-edge innovative, as cosmopolitan dynamic as it is small-town friendly. Yet despite this diversity, an underlying homogeneity exists in this vibrant population who collectively and confidently “live and let live”—and do it well.

After spending some time here, you’ll notice that without the complex mix of flavors—ethnicity, culture, language, ideas, cuisine, you name it—warm camaraderie and sheer joie de vivre, anywhere else just seems bland.

Concordia University
EV Building

The 17-storey Engineering and Computer Science tower houses
research and graduate teaching labs, administrative offices, and
the Dean’s Office. Facilities include over 300 specialized labs,
conference and meeting rooms, and student areas.
A 10-min walk from Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel.

1515 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest
Montréal, QC H3G 2W1, Canada

Prof. Amir Aghdam
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Concordia University

Mailing Address:
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West, EV005.139
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3G 1M8
Phone: +1 (514) 848-2424 x4137


 Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel

Rooms are available for WiSEE 2017 conference registrants at reduced rates.
Book a room by clicking here

  • Single/Double CA $189.00
  • Additional Person CA $40.00

A 5-minute walk from the Bonaventure subway station,
this modern hotel is also 2.4 km from Mount Royal Park
and 11 km from the Montreal Botanical Garden.
A 10-min walk from the EV Building.

1201 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest
Montréal, QC H3B 2L7, Canada

+1 (514) 878-2000