DISCOVER THE ADVANTAGES OF THE STCC IN 5 POINTS
The assets that make the SwissTech Convention Center unique go beyond the advantages of its architecture, location and facilities as a convention center. You and your participants will benefit from a sustainable venue, Swiss know-how, experience and the support of a professional team.
Discover its assets in 5 points:
ON THE EPFL CAMPUS, ONE OF THE BEST UNIVERSITIES IN THE WORLD
With its solid reputation and proven track record of success, EPFL provides a dynamic and thriving environment for its 4,000 researchers to develop cutting-edge projects with significant, sustainable and innovative impact on society, health and the environment. They focus on drone technology, biotechnologies for cancer treatment, global transportation and mobility solutions, neuroprosthetic and robotic systems, and many others. EPFL is also one of the most cosmopolitan universities in Europe. Its students, faculty and staff come from over 120 nations.
FIRST FULLY AUTOMATED CONVENTION CENTER
Characterized by its unique design and Gala technology, this state-of-the-art building is flexible and scalable. With a total capacity of 3,000 seats and fully modular meeting rooms. SwissTech offers the best of Switzerland. The SwissTech Convention Center’s strengths are its location in a natural environment and its proximity to Lake Geneva, as well as the exceptional quality and efficiency of its service and expertise.
A unique congress venue
A human-sized venue with 20 modular rooms, our center is an ideal place for exchanges between conference delegates from around the world.
Efficient and adaptable, organized and precise, our team brings years of expertise. With practical suggestions and assistance, we accompany you through the various stages and specifics of your project, turning your dream event into reality.
ORGANIZE A SUSTAINABLE EVENT
As part of EPFL, the SwissTech Convention Center is a laboratory in the true sense of the word. The architecture of the SwissTech incorporates several groundbreaking discoveries made at EPFL, such as the use of water from Lake Geneva to cool the building. The center was designed to be as energy efficient as possible, using primarily natural light.