Scientific program released!
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(last update: 18/May/18)
Please check the day/time of your oral/poster presentation.
Deadline for changes: 17 May 2018
The conference will start on Thursday 24 May at 11:00 in the morning, although there will be a registration period from 9:30 to 11:00 in the morning (in any case, attendees will be able to register at the secretariat desk at any time during the conference). The conference will finish on Friday 25 May around 15:00 in the afternoon
Oral presentations: oral presenters are strongly recommended to check the day/time which their presentations are scheduled in.
Poster presentations: will take place at the main hall on the conference venue. Poster presenters are strongly recommended to
check the day which their posters are scheduled in. Posters are expected to be posted during the whole day assigned. Presenters are
expected to be available for discussion of their posters during the corresponding sessions.
Please also check the code given to your poster: the letter of your poster indicates the day which your poster must be posted in, and the number indicates which panel you must stick your poster to (e.g. T-8 stands for that the poster is expected to be presented on Thursday (T), and on the panel number 8)
Plenary Lecture: Professor Carmen Álvarez-Lorenzo, from the University of Santiago de Compostela, will deliver a Plenary Lecture titled: Medical devices decorated with stimuli-responsive polymers for contact-killing surfaces and antimicrobial competitive release
The ICAR2018 Conference will organize a free social program for conference participants and accompanying people.
The social program will consist of one guided tour of Malaga city on 24 May afternoon-evening.
It will be necessary to register filling an online form to reserve a seat.
More info and registration here
You can check the scientific program by clicking here
Would you like to have a look at the abstracts accepted for presentation at the ICAR2016 conference? Click here
Torremolinos is a municipality on the Costa del Sol of the Mediterranean, immediately to the west of the city of Málaga, in the province of Málaga in the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain.
Once a poor fishing village before the growth in tourism began in the late 1950s, Torremolinos was the first of the Costa del Sol resorts to be developed and continues to be the most popular resort in the region in terms of bed occupancy and visitor numbers.