Attendance certificates are available through the registration desk from Monday onwards.
The dress code for the conference, including social events, is smart casual.
Food and beverage
The following are included in the conference fee:
All delegates are invited to the Symposium Dinner on Sunday evening (follows on from satellite symposium).
Please wear your name badge at all times when you are in the Conference Centre.
You are respectfully requested not to take photos or recordings during sessions.
Registration desk opening times
Smoking is not permitted in any area within the Conference Centre.
You are reminded that you are responsible for your valuables and you should take care not to leave them unattended at any time.
There is free WiFi throughout the Conference Centre.
Würzburg has a warm and temperate climate. Temperatures in June can range from 15-25 degrees centigrade. Rain showers can occur and you are advised to bring an umbrella.
Germany's standard time zone is UTC/GMT +1 hour
Electricity in Germany is: 220V, 50 Hz AC
Official plugs in Germany are:
"Schukostecker" (round) Type F/ CEE 7/4
"Eurostecker" (flat) Type C/ CEE 7/16
German; many locals also speak English.
Please check passport and visa requirements in good time before your departure. All Non-EU citizens require a visa. However, a visa is not required for visits of up to 90 days in a 180-day period for nationals of those countries for which the EU has abolished the visa requirement. You may apply for short stay visas (Schengen Visas) at missions of the German Federal Foreign Office, such as embassies and consulates.
Please visit the Auswärtiges Amt website to find out more.
There are no entry requirements or restrictions on EU nationals visiting Germany.
All visitors are advised to have valid international insurance before coming to Germany. Citizens of the EU are insured with their EHIC (European Health Insurance Card).
The currency of Germany is the Euro (€).
Service charge and value added taxes are generally included in the price, although diners will often round up the price. A tip is seen as a way to compliment the service. If a service charge isn’t already included a tip of 5-10% would be appropriate. With taxis a common approach is to leave any small change.
Smoking is prohibited in Germany in offices, public buildings, restaurants and bars. Some restaurants and most bars have a special smoking area.
As well as the Congress Centre, many hotels, restaurants and other public spaces offer free WiFi.
Tourist Information Centres
Click here for details
Useful phone numbers
Country code: + 49
International call prefix: 00
General emergency service: 112
Würzburg tourism phone app
Please click here for a phone app that will provide you with more information to plan your visit or during your stay.