The Conference and Workshops will occur over 3 days scheduled in July 2019 and will be held in Fribourg located at the feet of the Pre-Alps, in the heart of Switzerland. The old town, founded in 1157, with its narrow streets, its old wooden bridges, museums, restaurants and very picturesque views is one of the most attractive mediaeval city in Europe. Not too big, not too small, Fribourg represents a typical example of the Swiss life style (http://www.fr.ch/ville-fribourg/).
The Department of Geosciences (Chemin du Musée, 6) will host the Workshops. The TMS Conference will be in the Perolles 2, Building PER22, Auditoire Joseph Deiss.
The University Campus Pérolles is at walking distance from all Hotels (about 10-15 minutes). From the station, following the Boulevard de Pérolles until a yellow tower-like building, this is Campus Pérolles.
A map will be provided in the second circular.
An Excursion taking place after the meeting will explore both the geology and the suggestive Swiss Pre-Alps landscape, with a unique chocolate experience.
For full conference information including scientific programme and important advice, please download this flyer:
Conference registration steps:
Registration deadline: 30th April 2019
1 – Register for conference using online form
2 – Pay registration fees
Please transfer the corresponding amount corresponding to your requirement (e.g. Registration, plus Conference Dinner, plus Field Trip for TMS Member = 170 CHF) to the bank account here below.
Banque Cantonale de Fribourg, 1700 Fribourg
Beneficiary: Université de Fribourg, Administration, 1700 Fribourg
Account : 01.10.040176-00
Clearing : 768
IBAN : CH56 0076 8011 0040 1760 0
SWIFT : BEFRCH22
Payment reference : TE-758 Micropaléontologie
Please check that your transfer correspond to the exact sum and does include also the bank fees.
Payment is also possible on-site as Late Registration.
3 – Submit abstract (if applicable)
Download and construct your abstract, and email back to
firstname.lastname@example.org to complete your submission