Fifth European Symposium on Near InfraRed (NIR) Spectroscopy, Revealing Secrets of the Process
Event Date/Time: Sep 15, 2003
End Date/Time: Sep 17, 2003
Sep 01, 2003
Early Registration Date:
Aug 01, 2003
The Biotechnological Institute invites you to the Fifth European Symposium on Near InfraRed (NIR) Spectroscopy. This is a unique opportunity for acquiring a thorough knowledge of the NIR technique's great potentiality - especially of how NIR makes a difference in understanding and gaining more knowledge of the processes - Revealing Secrets of the Process.
The programme is an interaction between sessions, short courses and exhibition.
As in previous years, the Symposium will be held at Hotel Comwell, Kolding, Denmark. The organisers will once again make a unique effort to bring about the technical and social success of the Symposium.
We look forward to seeing you in Kolding.
15th – 17th September 2003
Comwell, Skovbrynet 1, DK-6000 Kolding, Denmark
One of Denmark's most modern conference centres equipped with the most advanced audio-visual aids. The hotel and conference centre is within easy walking distance of the centre of town and the harbour from where one can get a beautiful view of the inlet. The hotel has its own restaurant and bar as well as recreational amenities including an indoor swimmingpool. All bedrooms are furnished with a television, telephone, minibar and bathroom.
The entire hotel has been reserved for the Symposium, but there is a limited number of rooms. The first 170 participants to register will be accommodated at Comwell. The remaining participants will be accommodated at other hotels in Kolding. Transportation will be arranged.
The Symposium will be conducted in English.
Euro 1,200 (approx. USD 1,180 / DKK 8,800) excl. V.A.T. After 1st August 2003 the registration fee will be Euro 1,300.
The fee covers:
Full board in the duration of the Symposium, including a reception at Koldinghus and a specially prepared three-course Symposium Dinner with wines
Proceedings (handed out on arrival)
Accomdation at Comwell costs Euro 121 per night, in single rooms and can be reserved when registrating for the Symposium.
The First Call, which is also a Call for Papers will be announced in November 2002. If you are interested in presenting a paper at the Symposium please submit your title and abstract on this webpage or by mail, fax or e-mail to the Symposium Secretariat before 1st May 2003.
The Symposium programme will be completed in May 2003, and Second Call will be announced in June 2003.
Denmark Tel.: +45 7552 0433
Fax: +45 7552 9989
Atn.: Mrs. Joan Grønkjær Pedersen.
A Hearty Welcome to Kolding
Kolding is a dynamic town with a wide selection of attractive offers and exciting activities.
In Kolding we are especially proud of our flourishing cultural life. In recent years we have experienced a remarkable development of the culture-historical museum at Koldinghus, the art museum Trapholt and Kolding Theatre. Together these sights form a national as well as an international forum for art, drama and music.
In Kolding much work has been devoted to restoring old houses and building squares, narrow alleys and charming pedestrian streets.
The area offers a wide range of natural experiences, and one unique experience in a class of its own is The Geographical Garden (Den geografiske Have) with more than 2000 different species of trees and bushes from all over the world.
Kolding is easily reached either by car, train or plane. Distances in Denmark are short and domestic travel is quick. With fast InterCity trains and an excellent network of motorways, bridges and ferries, travelling to and within Denmark is comfortable and easy.
For more tourist information on Denmark please see www.visitdenmark.com