General Information 

Time Zone and Language 

Time Zone

UTC+01:00

 

Language

Dutch is the official language in the Netherlands but English is widely spoken.

The official conference language is English and no translation/interpretation services will be offered.

Emergency and Health 

Emergency

In emergency situations, you can contact the local police, ambulance service, fire department and other emergency services by calling 112.

 

Medical Services

Should you need to see a doctor or a dentist, we recommend contacting your hotel’s reception desk who will direct you to the medical professionals assigned to the hotel. If immediate medical attention is required, call the emergency services at 112. Emergency medical services (including transportation by ambulance) are not free and you will be billed for any services rendered.

 

Health and Immunizations

Vaccination certificates are usually not needed when travelling to the Netherlands, but please check with your local embassy as requirements may change.

Telephones and Electricity 

Telephones International dialing codes

The Netherlands: +(31)

Belgium: +(32)

 

Electricity

The standard electrical voltage in the Netherlands is 230 volts AC, 50Hz (hotel bathrooms may also have outlets for 100 volts). The electrical outlets in the Netherlands take two-pronged, round-pin plugs. We recommend that you purchase an adaptor for your electrical equipment prior to your arrival.

Water, Weather and Conversions 

Water

Tap water is safe to drink in Maastricht.

 

Weather

Average Temperature for July-August: 13 – 22 Celsius. Even though it is summer we recommend bringing some wet-weather gear for the occasional rain shower.

 

Conversions: Distance & Temperature

Distances in Maastricht are given in kilometers.

1 mile = 1.62 kilometers

 

Temperature is given in degrees Celsius

Celsius to Fahrenheit: multiply Celsius by 1.8 and add 32 to convert to Fahrenheit.

Currency, ATM's and Tipping 

Currency

The currency used in Maastricht is Euros (€).

 

ATMs & Credit Cards

ATMs are widely available throughout Maastricht and most are open 24 hours a day. Souvenir and clothing stores accept all major credit cards, however grocery stores, cafes and some restaurants will only accept cash.

 

Tipping

Most restaurants in Maastricht will automatically add a service charge to bills. Alternatively, a 5-10% tip at restaurants and cafés is acceptable.

REGISTRATION IS OPEN

Please click HERE if you would like to register for the conference

APPROACHING DEADLINES

Review of papers and posters by session organisers and announcement of approval: Wednesday 22 March up until Sunday 23 April 2017

 

Deadline for early bird registration: 20 May 2017

 

Deadline for conference and EAA membership registration and payment for presenters: 20 May 2017

 

Construction of Programme: Monday 10 April up until Friday 5 May 2017

 

See HOME > DEADLINES for all the conference deadlines

SESSIONS & PAPERS

To see the asbstract of all sessions please click HERE

 

Submission for papers & posters is closed.

To edit your submitted abstract click here and log in with your conference account

Conference Secretariat

Klinkhamer Group | meeting services

Maastricht, the Netherlands

E: helpdesk@klinkhamergroup.com

T: +31 (0)43-36 27 008

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