The conference will be held in the 'Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual' and it is intended to stimulate the exchange of ideas between scientists with different views of the field.
The Center provides many facilities and an agreeable atmosphere to allow the participants to carry their work during the meeting.
Benasque is a beautiful mountain village located 1140 m above sea level, in a valley at the heart of the Pyrenees, about 140 km north of the city of Zaragoza. The beautiful landscapes, scenic hikes and the proximity to the highest peaks in the Pyrenees make Benasque one of the main tourist sites in the region.
Registration fee information
The registration fee for this conference is:
|Before May 31||After May 31|
|Regular||300 eur.||400 eur.|
|Student||200 eur.||300 eur.|
|Less than a week||200 eur.||250 eur.|
Pay by bank transfer
The registration fee must be paid to the account of the Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual after your application has been accepted.
Ibercaja (account number): 2085 2310 3803 3004 4193
IBAN: ES44 2085 2310 3803 3004 4193
Remember that your registration is complete only after the payment is made.
Pay by credit card
Senior: Pay by credit card
Student: Pay by credit card
Less than a week: Pay by credit card
* You have to be registered.
* Please, pay after your application has been accepted.
A 30 euro charge will be applied for cancellations made up to 10 days before the conference start date.
A no refund policy will be applied to cancellations made after this date.
From Barcelona, Universitat de Barcelona, Diagonal 686, Metro: L3 Palau Reial at 15:00h (Note that the bus stops opposite University of Barcelona, Facultat de Física i Química)
From Barcelona airport ('El Prat', Terminal T2A: on leaving exit, turn left and you will find a police building called 'Mossos d'Esquadra') at 15:30h.
From Benasque to Barcelona airport, departure at 9:00h.
The trip by bus to Barcelona takes 4-5h. approximately. The trip by car only takes 3h 30m.
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