Deadlines

15 March 2011

Application for EBSA bursaries

30 April 2011

Submission of abstracts

31 May 2011

Notification on acceptance of abstracts

30 June 2011

Early registration fee payment

30 June 2011

Cancellation without penalty

30 June 2011

Hotel reservation

23-27 August 2011

Date of the Congress

Recent updates

2011-09-06

Congress related videos have been published
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2011-09-06

Picture gallery has been launched
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2011-08-18

Final Program booklet launched
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2011-08-16

Scientific Programme updated
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2011-08-11

The online version of the Book of abstracts has been launched
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2011-07-26

Terms of use of the EBSA2011 5-day public transportation pass is published
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2011-07-26

Floor plan of the congress venue updated
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2011-07-20

List of exhibitors
and Exhibition floor plan updated

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2011-07-20

Final list of posters updated with poster locations
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2011-07-20

Scientific Programme updated
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Cultural programme

Budapest sightseeing, Thursday, 25 August

 

UNFORTUNATELY THIS TOUR IS CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST.

10 am departure from UCC, duration approx. 4 hours

The first programme will be sightseeing in the Buda side of the city by bus. Among several famous sights, the following places will be visited: Buda Castle, Fisherman's Bastion, Gellért Hill, Citadel. After the Buda side the Pest side will be discovered : Heroes' Square, Basilica, Opera House etc. Lunch is not included in the tour.

Price of the tour: 45 EUR
This tour is not included in any of the registration fees.

Budapest

Szentendre sightseeing, Friday, 26 August

UNFORTUNATELY THIS TOUR IS CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST.

9 am departure from UCC, duration approx. 6 hours

Szentendre, the most picturesque little town along the Hungarian stretch of the Danube, and home to sculptors and painters, is not likely to forget it. The town is a charming monument to the XVIIIth century, with its undulating cobbled streets and unexpected alleyways, and if it exudes something of a Mediterranean atmosphere then that's probably thanks to the Serbs, Dalmatians and Greek who settled here from the XIVth century onwards.

The tour includes a visit to Szentendre itself. After the guided tour in the city, you will visit the Kovács Margit Ceramic Museum, an unique place that exhibits the work of a very special Hungarian artist, who created her own style by combining modern art forms with the traditions of Hungarian folk art. You will also visit Hungary’s biggest outdoor Ethnographic Museum (Skanzen). The architecture of almost every region of the country is represented in this collection of more than 300 buildings.

Price of the tour: 60 Euro / person incl. entrance fees and light lunch.
This tour is not included in any of the registration fees.

Szentendre

Please note: a minimum of 15 participants is required for all tours. Details are subject to change with or without notice.