General Information


14 – 16 December 2017
Kromme Nieuwegracht 49  
3512 HE Utrecht              
The Netherlands
Paushuize is one of the oldest monuments in the city of Utrecht, with a remarkable history.

Find out more about this historic location here
How to get there
International travelers arriving at Schiphol Airport Amsterdam are advised to travel on to Utrecht by train. There are regular trains leaving Amsterdam Airport for Utrecht Central Railway Station.
The journey takes between 30 and 45 minutes and the train fare (one way) amounts to 8.70 Euro.
Train schedules and practical information are available here
The City
Utrecht's cityscape is dominated by the Dom Tower, the tallest belfry in the Netherlands and originally part of the Cathedral of Saint Martin.
Another landmark is the old centre and the canal structure in the inner city. The Oudegracht is a curved canal, partly following the ancient main branch of the Rhine. It is lined with the unique wharf-basement structures that create a two-level street along the canals.
The inner city has largely retained its Medieval structure and the moat ringing the old town is largely intact.
Due to the past importance of Utrecht as a religious centre, several monumental churches were erected, many of which have survived. Most prominent is the Dom Church.
Other notable churches include the romanesque St Peter's and St John's churches, the gothic churches of St James and St Nicholas, and the Buurkerk, now converted into a museum for automatically playing musical instruments.
Tourist information is available here.
The official language of ewIMID’17 is English. There will be no simultaneous translation. 
Neither the organizers nor Medicongress accept liability for damages and/or losses of any kind which may be incurred by ewIMID’17 participants. Participants are advised to take out insurance against loss, accidents or damage which could be incurred during ewIMID’17.

Workshop Secretariat
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B-9940 Evergem, Belgium
Phone: +32 (0)9 218 85 81
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