How to reach Mainz
Poster session I
Poster session II
Scope of the workshop
Submission of abstracts
Mainz is the capital of the German federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It was a politically important seat of the Prince-elector of Mainz under the Holy Roman Empire, and previously was a Roman fort city which commanded the west bank of the Rhine and formed part of the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire.
Mainz is a city with over two thousand years of history. It is located on the river Rhine across from Wiesbaden, in the western part of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region; in the modern age, Frankfurt shares much of its regional importance.
Located directly on the 50th parallel north, Mainz experiences weather similar to London with less rain, an earlier Spring than Paris, and less extreme temperatures than New York. There are few extremes.Winters range in temperature from -8‘C to + 10‘C/ 20‘F to 45‘F Klima, averaging +5 or +6‘C, roughly 35‘F-40‘F.
For further information about Mainz you might wish to visit the following web sites:
Wikipedia: Mainz (English)
www.mainz.de (English, German)
Mainz city panoramas
Inner city map
Interactive city map
Mainz and his highway connections
If not done already you should book your hotel as early as possible. Other events during the workshop (e.g. IAA/Frankfurt) lead to a shortage of rooms in Mainz !!
Late poster contributions
Posters are a very important tool for communicating results of research studies towards the audience of the workshop. While the deadline for submitting oral contributions is gone you may still submit your poster contribution (via Email to the conference office using the abstract form). However, please recognize that contributions submitted after August 25 will not be included in the final program/book of abstracts.
Late program changes
Unfortunately our invited speaker Constant van den Berg had to cancel his participation because of personal reasons. Instead his co-author Pascal Salaün will give a presentation with the title: Stripping voltammetry for metals and metalloid speciation in natural waters.
Excepted presentations mentioned in the preliminary program from authors that did not register have been excluded from the final program. The final workshop booklet containing the program and the abstracts is now on this website and can be downloaded as a PDF-File here.
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