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8th International Workshop on Anthocyanins

8th International Workshop on Anthocyanins

16 - 18 septembre 2015 Montpellier

Important dates

  • First Announcement: July 2014
  • Second Announcement: October 2014
  • Reception of one page Abstract for submission: Last call for proposals: April 30, 2015
  • Download abstract template
  • Notification of Communications Acceptance: June 15 , 2015
  • Reduced Registration Fee: July 31, 2015

Abstracts

  

   The title is in Times New Roman, font size 12, bold.

   Authors: Give the first name, middle initial, and last name of all authors.
   List each author's institutional affiliation(s).

   Addresses: Name of the institution, laboratory, postal and zip codes, city-country
   and email address.

 

 

   The text is in Times New Roman, font size 11.

  1. The abstract contains maximum 250 words.
  2. Resources have been properly cited and acknowledged.

 

 

 

Posters

Taille maximale : 1 x 1 m

Tourist information

Montpellier

Montpellier and its suburbs has about 420,000 inhabitants. It is the capital and the largest city of the Languedoc-Roussillon region.

Montpellier was founded in 985 and since then has continuously developed on a beautiful site, facing the Mediterranean sea to the south and backed to the north by the mountains of the Massif Central (Les Cévennes). Formed by its long history, Montpellier offers two faces: the old town, small enough to walk around through the narrow streets often lined with 18th century mansions or older buildings and the modern town, dynamic and developing as emphasized by the impressive building complex of Antigone, created by the Spanish born architect, Ricardo Bofill. Montpellier is also a "University city" with 60,000 students spread over 11 disciplines. Research plays a major role in biology, medicine, engineering, chemistry, agronomy, computer sciences, etc... Finally, Montpellier is a perfect place for enjoyable entertainment with hundreds of fine restaurants and bars (often outdoors in July), movie theatres, opera, etc.. There are also a great Olympic indoor swimming pool and a brand new ice-skating park in the city as well as many places for an unforgettable jog like along the River Lez (for great runners, a round trip to the seaside is about 20 km). Finally the seaside (typical village being Palavas) is only 10 km away and can be reached by using city buses (30 min trip).

Montpellier Tourist office

Getting Around Montpellier

You can hire a bicycle or use buses and/or the tramway.

Weather and clothing

The average temperature daily in September is 16-26°C 56°-78°F).

Insurance

The organizers of the colloquium cannot accept responsibility for individual medical, travel or personal insurance nor for injury or damage involving persons or property before, during or after the conference.

Electrical current

The electrical current in France is 220 volts 50 Hz; 2 pin round plugs.