First All Hands Meeting of iNEXT (iNEXT AHM 2016). Madrid, October 19 - 21, 2016.

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The Madrid Instruct Image Processing Center (I2PC) is very pleased to welcome you to the First All Hands Meeting of iNEXT (iNEXT AHM 2016), the European-Union funded H2020 project providing transnational access to structural biology infrastructures.

AHM 2016 is the first annual meeting of iNEXT. It aims at gathering not only iNEXT Partners, but also (potential) iNEXT Users contacted directly by the different Facilities involved in the project. All iNEXT Partners, together with the Scientific Advisory Board, the Executive Review Panel, the Industry Platform and the User Panel, will discuss the work that was performed already and will be performed in the future, including its different Joint Research Activities. In turn, iNEXT Users will have a clear forum where to present their work, discuss the current access to the Facilities and make suggestions for improvements. The iNext User Panel will meet and elect a chair who will be the User Representative in the iNext Management Committee.

The meeting will take place from Wednesday the 19th of October to Friday the 21st in the historic town of Alcala de Henares, the birthplace of the writer of Don Quijote, Miguel de Cervantes. iNEXT Partners, as well as the Users invited by the Partners are expected to fill in the register page before September 20th.

Note that just before the iNEXT AHM we will host in the same venue the First I2PC-FEI Workshop on Data Analysis in cryo Electron Microscopy, with special emphasis on Pharma users. Attendees of this workshop will join the iNEXT AHM from its second day.

Venue

Parador Nacional de Alcala de Henares, Madrid, Spain [ directions ]

Alcalá de Henares was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1998 in recognition of the fact that Alcalá was the first planned University City in the world. Alcalá de Henares was also the birthplace and residence of Miguel de Cervantes, the most illustrious Spanish writer of all times, author of "Don Quijote" (one of the world literary masterpieces). Founded in B.C. by the Romans, who named it "Complutum", its name was changed, during the Muslim rule (second half of 8th century) to "Qual´at abd al-Salam", where the present name of Alcalá comes from.

Partner Registration

The accommodation for this event will be at Parador Nacional Alcala de Henares hotel. Partners pay a small fee for acommodation (100€/night per participant).

Please send your payment by bank transfer

Bank transfer to:
RH CORPORATE TRAVEL
Bank Name:
BBVA
Address:
Reyes Catolicos 22, 03003 Alicante, Spain
IBAN:
ES54 0182 0101 71 0201578410
SWIFT:
BBVAESMMXXX

Please include in the wire concept: AHM + your name.

User Registration

The accommodation for this event will be at Parador Nacional Alcala de Henares hotel. As is our practice, users will be asked to share a room during their stay.

Please take some time and reach out to your roommate and provide that information during the registration. If you do not provide a name, we will make the assignment for you.

Registration is closed

Programme

Programme (PDF format)
Programme Committee
Jose-Maria Carazo
Harald Schwalbe
Vladimir Sklenar
Marjolein Thunnissen
Lucia Banci
Rolf Boelens
Anastassis Perrakis
Jose A. Marquez
Jose Luis Carrascosa

Poster submission

Please send your abstract before September 20, 2016 to ahmposter@cnb.csic.es

Abstract template

Contact

Scientific Contact:
Jose-Maria Carazo, PhD (carazo@cnb.csic.es)
Administrative Contact:
Ms. Blanca Benitez (blanca@cnb.csic.es)
IT support contact:
Jesús Cuenca-Alba (jcuenca@cnb.csic.es)

Directions

The city of Alcalá de Henares belongs to the Autonomous Community of Madrid. It is located 30 km. from the capital on the Madrid-Barcelona motorway, and 15 km. from the International Airport of Barajas.

You can find more information about the culture and tourism in Alcalá de Henares on Turismo de Alcalá and LaCalleMayor.

How to get to Alcalá de Henares from Madrid Airport - Barajas:

Gastronomy

Typical gastronomy of Alcalá de Henares includes traditional Castilian cuisine, like fried bread crumbs with spicy sausage and garlic soup.

The most typical sweets are the costrada, cooked with meringue, cream and puff pastry; the sugared almonds and the donuts covered with honeyed orange sugar.

One of the most interesting things to do in Alcalá de Henares is to try the huge variety of appetizers ("tapas") that many bars and restaurant offer together with drinks.