CONGRESS DATES AND DEADLINES May 21st (12 AM Brussels time): Early registration deadline
July 15th: Late registration deadline
July 15th- Aug 15th: Late registration fee + 50€ administrative fee
August 26-30th: TIAFT conference
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Traveling to Ghent: How to get thereGhent is centrally located in Europe, at the crossroads of highways between Amsterdam, Paris, London and the Ruhr Area. The city is easily accessible by car, by train and by air.
The Board meetings, the Young Scientist meeting and the Conference will take place in the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Ghent, which is situated in the city’s park area. The Welcome reception will be held in the Museum of Fine Arts and the Farewell dinner in the Sports arena ‘‘t Kuipke”. These locations are also situated in the city’s park. The distance of the park area to the city centre and most hotels is about 15-30 minutes by foot, but is also accessible via bus or tram.
By airThe international Brussels National Airport is located ca. 45 minutes from Ghent. Arriving at Brussels/Zaventem airport: The Airport City Express conveniently leaves from within the airport building (floor -1). Direct trains to Ghent run every 30 minutes and take about an hour. Tickets can be purchased through the onsite vending machines and cost between 16 Euro (2nd class) and 21 Euro (first class).
Charleroi Brussels South Airport:
By high-speed trainThe closest international railway station for high-speed trains is Brussels South (Bruxelles Midi) railway station (arrival of Thalys, TGV, Eurostar, ICE, etc.). Switch to one of the many intercity trains (IC) to or via “Ghent”,
Regular connections by train to Ghent railway station with a journey time of ca. 45 minutes Train schedules are available here.
By carGhent is situated at the intersection of two major European highways: the E-17 connects Northern Europe with the Southern countries, and the E-40 goes from the North Sea across to Eastern Europe.
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