The European Planetary Science Congress 2009 represents a cooperation between the European Planetary Network and the European Geosciences Union. The meeting will take place at the Kongresshotel am Templiner See from 13 – 18 September 2009. This attractive location is particularly suitable for workshop sessions. As with the highly successful First European Planetary Science Congress in 2006, it provides an attractive platform to exchange and present results, develop new ideas and to network the planetary science community in Europe. It will have a distinctively interactive style, with a mix of talks, workshops and posters, intended to provide a stimulating environment for the community to meet. The meeting will cover the whole scope of planetary science.
The meeting will take place at the Kongresshotel am Templiner See from 13 – 18 September 2009.
The Europlanet project is an EU supported initiative to strengthen and unify the European planetary science. A main objective of EuroPlaNet is to achieve a long term integration of Planetary Sciences in Europe through the networking of the European research groups. The meeting is held in cooperation with the European Geosciences Union.
The official language of the European Planetary Science Congress 2009 is English. Simultaneous interpretation is not provided. It is therefore expected that authors are able to present their research more or less fluently in the English language.
Rules of Conduct
- Smoking is prohibited in the entire congress centre except in the areas designated for smokers.
- It is prohibited to copy any presentation from the desktops in the lecture rooms.
- Please switch off any mobile phones in the lecture rooms.
- It is prohibited to take photos of any scientific material at the conference.
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Hotel Reservation &
Kongresshotel am Templiner See
Deadline: 17 July 2009
The organizers cannot accept liability for personal accident, loss or damage to private property, which may be incurred as a result of the participation in the European Planetary Science Congress 2009. Participants are, therefore, advised to arrange appropriate insurance cover. This should extend not only to travel but also to cancellation costs.