16th Euro Fed Lipid Congress and Expo

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16-19 September 2018
Belfast, UK

hosted by SCI Lipidgroup
Please mark your calendars!

Sponsors, Sponsoring, Exhibition

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Scientific Committee

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Scientific Programme

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Plenary Lectures:

-European Lipid Science Award Lecture
-European Lipid Technology Award Lecture
-Chevreul Medal Lecture
-Wilhelm Normann Medal Lecture

Main Topics/ Keynote Lectures:

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Abstract Upload

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The Venue

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Waterfront The Congress takes places at the
Belfast Waterfront Congress Center
2 Lanyon Place, Belfast BT1 3WH, UK
Tel: +44 28 9033 4400
Email: enquiries@waterfront.co.uk

Picture: Wikipedia, Author Paul McIlroy


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External Hotel Booking Page

Travel Information

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By Air

George Best Belfast City Airport
The airport is situated just three miles from Belfast City Centre. Please check www.belfastcityairport.com for flight information. If you arrive via London it is recommended to chose this final destination.

Belfast International Airport
Belfast International Airport is 30 minutes drive via the M2 Motorway. Please check www.belfastairport.com for flight information.

Dublin Airport
Flying to Dublin and continuing by bus is an alternative worth considering in some cases.

By Sea

Belfast is easily accessed by sea with crossings from both Scotland and England. Travel by state of the art superfast ferries with journey times from just 2 hours 15 minutes. Operators and travel times vary. Please check out Stena Line, P & O Irish Sea and the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company for travel options.

By Rail

An Enterprise service runs 8 times daily (5 times on Sundays) from Belfast to Dublin. The journey time is approximately 2 hours.
T: +44 28 9089 9409

By Bus

Dublin Airport Express Coach Service operates to Dublin Airport, with a journey time of approximately 2 hours.
T: +44 28 9066 6630

By Road from Dublin

Starting out from Dublin Airport, the M1 Motorway is well signposted for Belfast; this is a toll road and there is one Toll Plaza approximately 31 km from Dublin Airport. Continue on this Motorway signposted for Belfast. Just after passing the City of Newry the road becomes a dual carriageway (A1) and Motorway regulations fall away. At the Sprucefield roundabout (approximately 137 km from Dublin Airport) the A1 joins the M1 motorway (signposted The North, Belfast). Once within the Greater Belfast area the signs will display as City Centre. At Grosvenor Road Junction (approximately 152 km) leave the motorway and follow signs City Centre onto the B38.

Social Programme/other events

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By population, Belfast is the 17th largest city in the United Kingdom and the second largest on the island of Ireland. Itz has been a centre for the Irish linen industry, tobacco production, rope-making and shipbuilding. Today, Belfast remains a centre for industry, as well as the arts, higher education, business, and law, and is the economic engine of Northern Ireland.
City hall
Wikipedia, Author Macnolete
Wikipedia, Author Fasach Nua
Belfast has two universities. Queen's University Belfast was founded in 1845 and is a member of an association of 20 leading research-intensive universities in the UK. It is one of the largest universities in the UK with 25,231 undergraduate and postgraduate students spread over 250 buildings. Ulster University, created in its current form in 1984, is a multi-centre university with a campus in the Cathedral Quarter of Belfast.
Samson and Goliath, Harland & Wolff's landmark gantry cranes. The shipbuilding firm was created in 1861, and by the time the Titanic was built, in 1912, it had become the largest shipyard in the world
Wikipedia, Author MKooiman
Wikipedia, public domain
The RMS Titanic, the largest ship afloat at the time it entered service, was the second of three Olympic class ocean liners operated by the White Star Line, and was built by the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast with Thomas Andrews as her naval architect. Andrews was among those lost in the sinking. On her maiden voyage, she carried 2,224 passengers and crew.

Terms and Conditions

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No one may display products or literature anywhere throughout the meeting facilities except exhibiting companies, who may do so only from their assigned spaces, or confirmed sponsors within the limitations of the sponsoring contract. Any exceptions to this policy must be obtained in advance from Euro Fed Lipid.

Firms or organizations not listed in the list of sponsors and/or exhibitors will not be permitted to solicit business. No advertising circulars, catalogs, folders, or devices shall be distributed in the aisles, meeting rooms, or registration area.

Please note that no photos or video recordings are permitted in lecture halls during presentations.


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European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids e.V.
Postfach 90 04 40
60444 Frankfurt/Main
Phone: +49 69/79 17-533
Fax: +49 69/79 17-564
E-Mail: info@eurofedlipid.org