With the conference about a month away, we wanted to let you know more about what you can look forward to.
Check out the full program
You can view the complete program, including talk titles and selected abstracts on the conference website.
Meet the Expert: Patrick Cramer
We offer all registered junior researchers the opportunity to join our ‘Meet the Expert' session with Patrick Cramer. During an informal round table discussion on the 21 of September, PhD students and postdocs will have the exclusive opportunity to ask any question/advise related to their careers and research.
If you are interested in joining the session, then sign up via this e-mail.
The conference Venue: Palace of the Academies
Between 1828 and 1830, it was the home of Crown Prince William of Orange-Nassau and his wife Anna Pavlovna, daughter of Czar Paul and Grand Duchess of Russia. For a certain period it was also the residence of Crown Prince Leopold, at that time holding the title of Duke of Brabant, to which Hertogdstraat (“Duke street”) refers. The palace is a late but pure example of neoclassicism, the palace style of the Enlightenment. This architectural gem was designed according to pure geometric proportions, renaissance symmetry and axiality.
Latest #SDICC18 news on Twitter
If you follow the hashtag SDICC18 on Twitter, you can read all about our speakers and other interesting tidbits leading up to the conference. Feel free to share you own thoughts about joining this meeting.
Visit beautiful Brussels
The conference venue is located in the city center of Brussels. Those of you joining the conference dinner in La Manufacture will be guided through the city by experienced guides showcasing some of the architectural highlights of this fascinating capital. Lonely Planet has a good list of some of the must-see places here.