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Please find here the Program as a pdf file. Program EWS 2019

9th European Weathering Symposium EWS

XXXIst Colloquium of Danubian Countries on Natural and Artificial Ageing of Polymers
52nd Anniversary of the Colloquia of Danubian Countries, since 2003 continued as EWS 
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to participate and to present a paper in the 9th EWS (XXXIst Colloquium of Danubian Countries on Natural and Artificial Ageing of Polymers) to be held in Basel, on September 18-20, 2019. Launched in 1967 by four relevant institutes from Austria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Yugoslavia, the Colloquia of Danubian Countries have been the only exclusive meetings in the field of natural and artificial weathering of polymers. Relaunched as EWS they have attracted a broader scope of attendees.In the tradition of these colloquia, the EWS is a meeting point for experts from industry and academia to learn from each other.

Participation Fee

The participation fee is € 550,-- for registrations before June 14, 2019. This fee includes lunches and refreshments, technical tour, welcome reception, sightseeing tour as well as the conference dinner.

For registrations after June 14, 2019 the fee is € 650,--.

Cancellation If written cancellation is received before August 10, 2019, a refund will be given minus € 100,-- administration charge. No refunds can be provided for registrations cancelled after this date





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