A New year means new PhD retreat! This year, the RIMLS PhD retreat will be held 14 and 15 March in the Koningshof, Veldhoven. The registration is open.Register here.
Early bird registration and abstract submission starts now (deadline 4 February!) and the general registration will close on 15 February. At the end of February we’ll announce the preliminary program, but to give you a sneak preview;
Sign yourself up before 4 February alone or with a group for the PLAYBACKSHOW with a great price for the best act! And prepare yourself for a Tropical Party afterwards!
We’re looking forward to receiving your abstracts!
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