Solid Liquid Interfaces: Challenging Molecular Aspects for Industrial Applications [SLIMAIA]

IFP Energies nouvelles / Rueil-Malmaison (France) - From 27 to 29 March 2018

Registration information - now closed 


Conference fees were: (VAT incl.)

450 € for academics, public institutes, industry affiliates
250 € for students, post-doc


The registration fees were covering attendance at the conference, coffee breaks, lunches, conference proceedings, the visit of the Château de La Malmaison and the cocktail dinner at the Domaine de Vert-Mont on Wednesday 28 March. They did not cover accommodation.


Social program

The participants were invited to a guided visit of the Château de La Malmaison, a short distance from IFP Energies nouvelles.

Now a museum-château, Malmaison was the private residence of Napoleon Bonaparte and Joséphine from 1799 to 1814, a "place in the country" just half an hour from Paris, where the First Consul came to work and relax.
Unlike official residences, Malmaison remained an intimate home, renowned for the beauty of its gardens and the several hundreds of rare species of plants that were introduced here, until the death of Joséphine in 1814.
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After this exciting visit in the heart of the French history, we had  a cocktail dinner at the Domaine de Vert-Mont  100 0814