Registration and information desk hours
All conference attendees must register, either by using on‐line early registration (preferred option), or on‐site. All registered participants must check in at the Registration Desk to pick up their registration package (including conference bag). Personal badges will be provided to identify registered participants.
The Registration Desk will be open during the following hours:
|Sunday, August 26 (Hal B, University of Twente)||08:00 – 16:00|
|Sunday, August 26 (Faculty club, University of Twente)||16:30 – 17:30|
|Monday, August 27 (Grolsch Veste)||08:00 – 17:30|
|Tuesday, August 28 (Grolsch Veste)||08:00 – 17:30|
|Wednesday, August 29 (Grolsch Veste)||08:00 – 16:00|
Building 13 (Hal B) and 42 (Faculty Club) can be found on the map of the university campus. See the venue maps.
Presenter preparation room opening hours
The presenter preparation room will be open at the following hours:
|Monday, August 27||08:00 – 17:30|
|Tuesday, August 28||08:00 – 17:30|
|Wednesday, August 29||08:00 – 16:00|
All presentations should be dropped to this room at least two hours before the start of your session, unless you uploaded them via the dropbox we provided.
Events and Receptions
|Informal barbeque (University of Twente)||Sunday, August 26||17:30 – 20:00|
|Welcome reception (downtown Enschede)||Monday, August 27||18:30 – 20:30|
|Banquet dinner (Singraven)||Tuesday, August 28||18:30 – 21:30|
The campus offers a free internet service for visitors. Select the WLAN network ‘Enschede Stad vannu’and open your browser. First you will see a page on which you will be requested to accept the conditions for the use of wireless internet (Small button at the bottom of the page!). Next you have to click on the picture to get access.
In the congress venue the ‘Grolsch Veste’ also a free WIFI network is available. The name of this network is ‘FCT-Wireless’ and the password ‘fctwente’.
Throughout the Netherlands 220 V is the standard supply. Type C and F plugs and CEE 7/16 and CEE 7/4 sockets are supported.
The currency in the Netherlands is Euro (€). Most banks offer a foreign exchange policy. Traveller’s cheques are not generally accepted for every day transactions.
Smoking is not permitted in any building and there is no smoking allowed in any of the meetings rooms or public spaces. There are designated smoking areas outside buildings and delegates are requested no to litter in these areas. The smoking ban applies to all restaurants, bars, cafes and all public venues in the Netherlands.