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The PATA Days conference – latest news and info

Dear friends and colleagues,

it’s only few days to go until the PATA Days conference will start with the icebreaker party at the Kuckucksnest in Aachen! We have more than 100 registered participants and we are looking forward an exciting meeting. If you attend the first two days 9-10 October, don’t forget to book a hotel in Aachen on your own, it’s time now.

You don’t have a hotel yet? Check out this pdf: Hotels and Travel.

Coming soon!

 

Program

We have updated the program, the latest version is here (pdf): PATA days almost final program.

Posters and talks

Please prepare your posters in portrait format, not exceeding A0. For presentations we are able to deal with PPT, PPTX, PDF, Open Office formats and maybe Klaus will sacrifice his Macbook for Apple data formats, too.

Locations and directions

Any more questions about locations and directions? Download the Hotels and Travel info flyer and see this map:


View PATA Days Aachen 9-15 October in a larger map or download the KML for GoogleEarth.

Some statistics

  • Participants: > 100
  • Top 5 countries: Germany (20), France/Spain (9), Israel/Italy (8), Belgium (7), Greece (6)
  • Female participants: 1/3
  • Students and ECRs supported with grants: 14
  • Number of talks: 40
  • Number of posters: 40

We are looking forward to seeing you soon in Aachen!

Don’t mix up PATA and pata negra. The latter is more tasty.

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Christoph Grützner

Christoph Grützner

works at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. He likes Central Asia and the Mediterranean and is looking for ancient earthquakes.

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