Registration Desk Opening Hours
|Thursday 26 May 2022||17.00-20.00|
|Friday 27 May 2022||07.30–17.00|
|Saturday 28 May 2022||08.30–17.30|
|Sunday 29 May 2022||09:00–13.30|
Name badges and tickets
For security purposes, delegates and exhibitors must wear their name badges at all times. Entrance to the meeting rooms and the exhibition area are limited to badge holders only.
Tickets for the Dutch Night on Friday 27 May have been issued to delegates who have booked for these events. There may be some tickets left, please contact the Registration Desk before 20:00 hrs, Thursday 26 May
Convention: 15 CPD hours for full programme attendance
Researchers’ Day: 6 CPD hours
Certificate of attendance
A personal certificate of attendance will be sent to you by e-mail after the Convention.
The official conference language is English.
You will find the cloakroom between the ground and first floor, when you take the escalators to the Media Plaza/Supernova meeting rooms on the first floor. The cloakroom is guarded, but please note that the ECU organisers and the Jaarbeurs cannot accept any liability for loss or damage to property left unattended.
Guest wireless internet is available at no charge throughout the Convention area. To access the internet, open your network options and connect to the hotspot Supernova-Mediaplaza.
Photographing & filming
Filming of lectures is not allowed. When taking pictures, please bear the privacy of other delegates in mind.
The ECU may have some plenary sessions filmed, with the focus on the speakers and their presentations. The ECU photographer will take photos throughout the Convention and the Dutch Evening. If you do not want your photo to be taken, please inform the Registration Desk.
The ECU may publish photos/ videos on their website, on social media and/or in BACKspace. You have the right to withdraw consent for this at any time by emailing Paul Roberts, ECU Executive Administrator, email email@example.com
The dress code during the entire meeting including the Dutch Evening is ‘smart casual’.
Smoking is not permitted in the Jaarbeurs, public buildings, public transportation and in all restaurants.
Tipping in restaurants, taxis and hotels is common. The normal tip is 10% for restaurants or taxis. In hotels, porters are generally tipped 1 euro per bag.
The Netherlands uses the type F electrical plug. This plug has two round pins, spaced about 2 cm apart, and is the same as those used in many countries in Continental Europe. The electricity network operates at 230 Volts. If the standard voltage in your country is in the range of 100 V – 127 V (as is in the US, Canada and most South American countries), you need a voltage converter and/or a combined power plug adapter/voltage converter.
Call for Volunteers
- Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, get connected and network with scientists and professionals dedicated to the various aspects of clinical cell analysis
- You will be given free access to the ECU2022 Convention
- You will gain practical experience in the organisational aspects of conferences
- Volunteers play an integral role and contribute to the success of the meeting
- You will receive a Certificate of Assistance & Attendance
For more information, please contact the Convention Organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org
Liability and insurance / disclaimer
The ECU and Your Conference Support, its Executive Council members, officers, agents and employees (hereafter referred to as: the organisers) accept no liability for personal injuries or loss, of any nature whatsoever, or for loss or damage to property either during or as a result of the ECU2022 Convention.
Delegates are advised to arrange adequate travel, health, and other insurance before they leave their home country. Participation is completely at the participant’s own risk. The organisers will not be liable and will not compensate for any damage incurred to participants and/or accompanying persons during the meeting. The organisers are hereby released from all claims.