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2nd Euro-Mediterranean Symposium on Fruit and Vegetable Processing

An integrated view on sustainability and how it can interact with quality, safety and the consumers

4-6 april 2016 University of Avignon, Campus Hannah Arendt, 74 rue Louis Pasteur 84000 Avignon FRANCE

You can register for the symposium on bottom of this page.

Registration will open January 1st, 2016

  • If you do not wish to submit an abstract or a poster, click on "Register at the symposium" (bottom of this page) to obtain your login and your password.
  • If you wish to submit an abstract or a poster, go to the page entitled "Submission", and after completing the form you will find an option to register for the symposium.
  • If you have already submitted an abstract and have an account, click on "Login" to speed up your registration. 
  • All attendees requiring a visa to entre France are urged to apply for their visa, as soon as possible. See France Diplomatie for more information.

Lunches and coffee breaks are included in the fees.

Symposium fees 
fees include VAT
LATE REGISTRATION After March, 10 (+100€)
Symposium fees 
fees include VAT
Gala dinner *
fees include VAT
Academics 350 € 450 € 70 € Free
Students  (ID student card) 250 € 350 € 40 € Free
Private companies 600 € 700 € 70 € Free

* Gala dinner : estimated price ; Gala dinner for accompanying persons 70 €.

Please note that in the event of cancellation, registration fees will not be reimbursed.

On-site registration and payment are possible with an additional fee of 100 € on top of the late registration costs ; contact us Note that their access to lunches can not be guaranteed.

You can register for single sessions Quels aliments pour quels séniors? and Transfomer des légumes méditerranéens : entre innovation et tradition (session in French only).

Vous pouvez vous inscrire  pour les seules sessions Quels aliments pour quels séniors? et Transformer des légumes méditerranéens : entre innovation et tradition (session uniquement en français).

SATELLITE MEETINGS Session in French Chercheurs/Scientifiques Industriels Etudiants Adhérents au Pôle Stands Industriels
Quels aliments pour quels seniors? 70 € 25 € 50 € 250 €
Transformer des légumes méditerranéens : entre innovation et tradition 50 € 50 € 50 € 50 €

Mode of payment

  • by credit cards (online payment through secure link)
  • by bank transfert in Euro to Trésor Public
  • INRA collaborators, use the site for registration and send an INRA order form to who will prepare an invoice.

Early-bird Registration closed on Tuesday 10 March 2016.

Submission of abstracts will start on September 30, 2015 and will stop on January 15, 2016

You can also register before March 10, 2016 for the gala dinner taking place on April 5, 2016.


Registration closed on Sunday 03 April 2016