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Infogest, International Conference on Food Digestion

5th International Conference on Food Digestion

5th ICFD

4-6 April 2017 Rennes, France

Important dates

  • On-line abstract submission: open from 7 November 2016 to 1er February 2017
  • Selection/acceptance information to authors: 24 February 2017
  • Publication of the final programme: 26 February 2017
  • On-line Registration: open from 7 November 2016 to 10 March 2017

Abstracts submission

  • Deadline : 1st February 2017
  • Abstract size should not exceed 300 words
  • Abstract must be saved in the rich text format (rtf)
  • Authors should download and use the template and submit it on line

No submission will be accepted out of this process

Posters

Poster board size : 1.20 m x 1.20 m -

Recommanded size for poster : 80 x 120 cm (A0 format in vertical orientation )

How to reach Rennes and the conference venue

  • By train
    • From all over Europe, please see the website: www.raileurope.co.uk
    • It takes only two hours to travel from Paris to Rennes by high-speed TGV train. Departures are approx. every half-hour. There are also direct high-speed TGV lines from Lille, Lyon and Marseille. For further information: www.sncf.com  
     
  • By plane
    •  Rennes Metropolitan district airport is located 7 km from Rennes city centre. For further information:  www.rennes.aeroport.fr
       Bus route n° 57 serves the "AireLibre/Aéroport" stop in Saint-Jacques de la Lande, 300m from the airport. This route terminates in Rennes city centre at the "République" stop near the Place de la Mairie.
      Journey time is approx. 20 minutes. See Time sheet for Line 57
  • By car
    • Rennes is the "gate" of Brittany. It is a major crossroads, easily accessible from surrounding bypasses. Access plan to Rennes