The In Silico Biomechanics Laboratory (ISBL) is based at the National Center for Spinal Disorders in Budapest, Hungary
For general queries about ISBL please contact
Zsolt Eösze, Research and Development organizer
or the head of the ISBL Peter Eltes
Our postal address is:
In Silico Biomechanics Laboratory
National Center for Spinal Disorders
Királyhágó u. 1-3
H-1126 Budapest, Hungary
Directions within Building 4
If you go ahead after entering Building 4, there will be stairs to your left. On the 1st floor, turn left and you will find the ISBL behind the 2nd door to your right.
Travel information to the National Center for Spinal Disorders
You can most easily approach us by buses 102, 105, 140, 140A, 142, 212 trams 17, 61, 59, 59A, 59B and metro 2.
We highly recommend consulting Google Maps for detailed travel information, as it includes live public transportation data.
The main entrance to the parking lot is located on the Királyhágó street side, which is a one way street, approachable from Alkotás street and Márvány street.
The National Center for Spinal Disorders has a private parking lot, which you can use. Alternatively, you can park in Királyhágó street.