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Drought-tolerant Plants Conference 2015

Recent progress in drought tolerance

from genetics to modelling

8 & 9 June 2015 Montpellier, France

 

Important dates

26 January 2015 : Registrations* Opening & Abstracts Submission

24 April 2015 : Registrations Closure / End of Abstracts Submission Period

7 May 2015 : Publication of Final Program

*Please note that a registration confirmation is required in order to attend the conference. Once your registration is complete, a confirmation will be sent within 3 weeks, on May 6th at the latest.

The venue

The meeting will take place at ‘Le Corum’ Conference Center, enjoying a central situation in Montpellier, only a 10-minute walk away from the main train station.
It can be reached from the Place de la Comédie, via the Esplanade and its pedestrian walkways.

LE CORUM
Palais des Congrès – Opéra Berlioz
Esplanade Charles De Gaulle
BP 2220
34000 Montpellier

Tel.: +33 0(4) 67 61 67 61

Accomodation and meals

  • Accomodation: Please note that each participant will be in charge of making his/her own reservation.

In the pdf attached you will find a non-exhaustive list of hotels we selected for your convenience.

All of them are very close to the meeting venue. Several online hotel portals (e.g. Booking.com, Hotels.com, etc.) make bookings easy and offer flexible rates/conditions.

The quoted prices are indicative and may vary according to your booking dates and the availability of the hotels.

All hotels are located within 300 to 700 meters from the venue.

  • Meals: Lunch is not provided for the Drought Conference attendees. You may purchase your lunch in the nearby restaurants and cafeterias. A list and a map will be provided to easily find them .

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