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Nitrogen 2016

22 - 26 August 2016 Montpellier

For practical reasons, the audience of the conference is limited to 250 participants. As a consequence, we advise you to register as soon as possible. Should you receive a message warning you that your registration is pending because we have reached the maximum capacity of 250 attendees, please contact the organizing committee to possibly benefit from cancellations.



Earlybird registration until 20th May 2016

Late registration until 1st July 2016

                                       300 €
                                      350 €
                                       350 €
                                      450 €
                                       500 €
                                      600 €
The registration fees include welcome reception, 4 lunches (Tuesday to Friday), coffee breaks, gala dinner, bus transportation to gala dinner and the conference program book. Accommodation is not included. 



We are pleased to propose you public transportation pass (Tramway and Bus) and/or car park access (into the Conference Centre) as an option. The Corum Conference Centre is located in the heart of Montpellier, and finding a place to park your car could be a real problem in summer. Therefore, we advise those of you coming by car to include the car park option in your registration. The public transportation pass will allow you to use tramways and buses in Montpellier without limitation during 24 h.

        Accompanying person (gala dinner)

80 €

        Pass Transport : Tramway and Bus (validity :24h)

2,60 €/24h

        Car Park (parking Corum)

                 2 days
                 3 days
                 4 days
                 5 days


19 €
23 €
27 €
31 €

Mode of payment

        Credit cards

                 Bank transfer in Euros 

Order form  (Inra staff and employees of institutions) 

Obligatory for Inra  payment 

  • CB
  • Visa
  • Master Card

Online payment through secure link

For transfers within France (RIB)

Account holder   
 2 place Pierre Viala
 34060 Montpellier cedex01, France 
 Bank name
 DRFIP de l’Hérault
 334 allée Henry 2 de Montmorency
 34954 Montpellier cedex 02

 Code Bank 10071
 Code Guichet 34000
 N°Compte 00001003515
Clé 31
 Domiciliation TPMONTPELLIER

For international transfers

IBAN : International Bank Account Number
FR76  1007  1340  0000  0010  0351  531
BIC : Bank Identifier Code

To ensure that the payment is credited
to your registration,
please make sure that "NITROGEN2016",
and the name of the participant are indicated
on the bank transfer information

Please send:
  • The order form
  • Copy of your registration summary

To the address indicated below :

INRA – BPMP (0386)
2 place Pierre Viala
Bâtiment 7
34060 Montpellier cedex 02


100 % refund possible before 30 June 2016. No refund after that date.
Contact :


Registration closed on Friday 26 August 2016