Date: Monday August 26th
Time: 18:30-20:30 – please note that we do not open the doors earlier than 18:30
Place: Universeum, Södra Vägen 50, Gothenburg (opposite the conference venue).
Price: No cost (Sponsored by the city of Gothenburg together with the conference)
Pre-registration is mandatory.
EAC and the City of Gothenburg has the pleasure to invite you to attend the Welcome reception where you will find ample opportunity to meet old friends and make new acquaintances.
The EAC 2019 Welcome reception will take place at Universeum, Scandinavia’s largest Science Centre which is located just nearby the conference venue. You will get the opportunity to explore the house on guided tours, e.g. the Water’s Way which is a living model of the Swedish landscape from north to south, allowing you to dive into life in and around Sweden’s waters. There is also the opportunity to visit the tropical sharks aquarium and the steaming rain forest with exotic animals.
The Welcome reception includes light food and drinks.
Date: Thursday August 29th
Place: Kajskjul 8, Packhuskajen 11
Price: SEK 500 excl.vat / Students: SEK 300 excl. vat
Pre-registration is mandatory. Limited number of seats, when fully booked there will be a waiting list.
The EAC 2019 Conference Dinner will take place at Kajskjul 8, a venue located in the harbour area in the city centre. Kajskjul 8 was built on the quays along the railroad tracks around 1870. Originally used as a warehouse, the shed was then filled with all kinds of products, such as spices imported from the Orient as well as lumber from the forests of Värmland (region north of Gothenburg), which would then be transported down to southern Europe and other places. It is a building with a lot of interesting history, nowadays used for events and dinners.
Dinner includes a 3 course dinner, beverages, and entertainment.
Closest tram/bus stop: Stenpiren or Lilla Bommen
EAC2019 equality & diversity reception
Date: Wednesday, August 28th
Place: Haket pub, Första Långgatan 32
Price: 1st drink free (Sponsored by FAAR)
Organised by Dr. Katja Lauri & Prof. Hanna Vehkamäki (University of Helsinki)
No need of pre-registration
As a step towards a more inclusive and equal community, EAC 2019 has adopted a code of conduct stating that everyone is respected regardless of their age, race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, nationality, political affiliation, health, caring responsibilities, physical appearance, disability or educational background. Several studies have shown that diverse and equally managed groups and communities are not only happier but also more productive and creative. All EAC2019 participants are warmly invited to this informal reception to promote and support diversity and equality within aerosol science.