DIAMANT/EIDMA Symposium May 2010

On 27 and 28 May 2010 the DIAMANT/EIDMA Symposium will be held at Veldenbos, Nunspeet, the Netherlands.

The invited speakers are: Mirjam Dür, Serge Fehr, Robin de Jong, Klaas Pieter Hart, Achill Schürmann, and Marc Uetz.
Several contributed talks have already been submitted.

How to contribute a talk

In the registration form Ph.D. students and young postdocs can propose to give a talk (submit title and abstract). The closing date for talk proposals is 10 May 2010, as is the closing date for early registration (with reduced fee). If too many talks are proposed, the DIAMANT and EIDMA boards will make a selection.


 Here is the definitive programme.

Conference fee + accommodation

There is partial DIAMANT support for DIAMANT members and for EIDMA members---provided that they register before 10 May 2010. DIAMANT members are full and associate professors listed here, as well as their research group members. Exact prices are listed on the registration page.


The registration is closed.

Travel information

The symposium venue is Veldenbos. For travel information, see this page (in Dutch). Veldenbos is a five-minute walk from the railway station in Nunspeet.

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