On the final evening of elmi2018, delegates and exhibitors will be whisked off to The Mansion House in the Centre of Dublin for the Meeting’s Banquet.
The Mansion House is a famous landmark within Dublin, steeped in history. The Banquet will be taking place in the Round Room of the Mansion House, which was originally designed in 1821 to receive King George IV. Since then, the Round Room has played host to a number of high-profile guests from across the globe including; Queen Victoria, Pope John Paul II and Nelson Mandela. As well as being a stunning events venue, the Mansion House itself is still home to the first citizen of Dublin, the Lord Mayor.
The elmi2018 banquet promises to be a night to remember and is included in your elmi2018 registration fees. Transportation to and from the venue will be provided, however with such a fantastic central location, you may wish to take the opportunity to venture out in to Dublin and explore the nightlife into the early hours - in the true Irish style!
During elmi2018, towards the end of the day, there will be some time to relax and enjoy a drink, while browsing the posters. The authors of the posters will also be on hand, providing the perfect opportunity to discuss their research and do some further networking.
Poster abstracts are welcomed from any delegate attending elmi2018. Online submission is now open. Visit the Abstract Submission page to find out how to submit your abstract now.
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