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Here you can download the official conference poster for display at your institution.
The 13th International conference on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions will take place at Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) from Monday 28th August to Friday 1st September 2006. The organisation of the conference is being carried out in collaboration with the School of Physics of University College Dublin (UCD) and School of Physical Sciences of Dublin City University (DCU).
Topics | Scientific Programme | Abstract Submission | Registration | Venue | Travel
Accommodation | Conference Tours | Conference Dinner | Accompanying Persons
Contacts | Local Organising Committee | Acknowledegements
THE PROGRAMME HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH SELECTED ORAL CONTRIBUTIONS AND POSTERS ALLOCATED TO THE TWO POSTER SESSIONS
You can also download the Book of Abstracts as a single large (11 MB) pdf file.
Please note that the poster board usable space is 1150×1150 mm.
Review Lectures, Progress Reports and Contributed Papers. In addition, there will be two poster sessions on the Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, see the conference timetable.
campus map. Queen’s Elms Village is on the Malone Road, about 15 minutes walking distance from the main campus, as indicated on the campus map. A printable version of the map can be found here. Additional maps, guides and a wealth of information on Belfast and beyond can be found at the Northern Ireland Tourist Board pages.
City Airport has flights from GB, including London Gatwick and Heathrow. The International Airport has flights from GB and Europe, including London Stansted, Amsterdam, Paris and Berlin, and USA (Newark, NJ). Both have frequent bus connections to the city centre, and the conference venue is about 15 min walk from the bus stop situated near the Europa Hotel (see Belfast street map). Return bus fares are £2 for the City Airport and £9 for the International Airport. Full information on destinations and airlines using the two airports may be found at the sites above.
Dublin airport should also be considered as there are many direct fights from Europe and North America. There is a direct bus from the airport to Belfast centre each hour from 7am to 9pm, for 12-18 euro return (price varies according to day of travel; Saturday and Sunday are the higher fare). The fare can be paid to the driver or airport representative in UK Pounds or euro.
Delegates with accompanying partners can book accommodation in a choice of nearby hotels through the Belfast Visitor and Convention Bureau.
Giant's Causeway and Bushmills, or Mount Stewart and Strangford Lough. Both tours cost £20, and can be booked when registering. Click here here for futher information.
Please note that the Giant's Causeway/Bushmills tour is now full.Belfast City Hall on the Wednesday evening. This will cost £30 per person, and can be booked at registration.
As of 23 August 2006, 1 place (!) is still available on the Mount Stewart/Strangford Lough tour.
Open Top Bus Tour and a visit to the Ulster Museum, other possible destinations include Carrickfergus (12th century Norman Castle), Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, a Titanic boat tour and more! Your places on a Conference Tour and at the Conference Dinner can be paid for through the registration pages. Friday 19th May 2006. Abstracts must be submitted in Adobe’s Portable Document Format (PDF), by e-mail (email@example.com). For further information please click here.
28 June 2006: THE BOOK OF ABSTRACTS IS NOW CLOSED FOR NEW SUBMISSIONS.
Please take a look at the Table of Contents (in pdf format) and check that your abstracts have been included. Author Index is also available.Friday 19th May 2006. The preferred method of payment is by Credit Card, the other option being Bank Transfer.
A small number of LATE abstracts may be accommodated for presentation subject to availability of poster board space.
Please click here to register for the conference.
This project has been part-funded by the International Fund for Ireland through financial assistance administered by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board.
Contact the Organisers by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The contribution of Ms Wendy Rutherford to the organization of this conference is gratefully acknowledged.