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4th International Conference on Food Digestion

4th International Conference on Food Digestion

4th ICFD

17-19 March 2015 Naples, Italy

Important dates

  • On-line abstract submission: Open until 13 January 2015
  • Selection/acceptance information to authors: 21 January 2015
  • Publication of the final programme: 22 January 2015
  • On-line Registration: Open 5 January until 6 February 2015

Abstracts submission instructions

  • Deadline : 13th January 2015
  • 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

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 Naples and the Conference location

Arriving in Naples by plane: From the International Airport Napoli Capodichino, by means of public transport: take the Alibus to "Napoli Piazza Municipio" just outside the exit of the Arrival Area at the Airport; in Piazza Municipio take the bus "R3" to Mergellina and stop at Piazza Vittoria. Then turn left to via Partenope and after about 300m is the Conference Centre (Address: Via Partenope 36). The other possibility is to reach the Conference Centre is by taxi: the journey will take about 20 minutes and will cost around Euro 20,00 if you ask for the fixed rate at the start of the journey.

Arriving in Naples by train: From the train stations "Napoli Centrale" or "Napoli Piazza Garibaldi" (the same location) by means of public transport: you can take the bus "R2" to via San Carlo. Then in via San Carlo take the bus "R3" to Mergellina and stop at Piazza Vittoria. Then turn left to via Partenope and after about 300m is the Conference Centre (Address: Via Partenope 36). The other possibility is to reach the Conference Centre is by catching a taxi: the journey will take about 10 minutes and will cost around Euro 10,00 if you ask for the fixed rate at the start of the journey.

Arriving in Naples by car: From the A1 motorway take the exit "Napoli Centro Porto". Follow the indication to Via Marina, Via A. De Gasperi, Piazza Municipio (where you'll see the "Maschio Angioino Castle" on the right side and the Port of Naples on the left side), Via F. Acton. Cross the "Galleria della Vittoria". At Piazza della Vittoria roundabout turn left to the seafront ("Lungomare"). After about 300m you'll find the Conference Centre (Address: Via Partenope 36).