IBMCP (Institute for Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology)
is located in the Vera Campus of the Polytechnic University of Valencia.
Carrer de l’Enginyer Fausto Elio, s/n – 46011 València
Tel: +34 963 87 78 56
Registration and Accommodation
As the official secretariat of the Symposium on Small Molecules in Plant Research: Chemistry and Biology Come Together (SPRM 2019), Kenes Group is pleased to welcome you to Valencia, Spain and to offer special reduced rates at the Official hotels of this Conference. It is recommended that accommodation is booked upon registering for the Workshop in order to secure your required arrangements as hotel reservations will be made on a first come, first served basis.
The meeting organisers cannot accept liability for personal injuries, or for loss or damage of property belonging to meeting participants, either during, or as a result of the meeting. Please check the validity of your own insurance.
Some participants may require a visa to travel to Spain. Participants are requested to check at the Spanish consulate or diplomatic mission in their home country. It is the responsibility of the participant to obtain a Visa as it involves personal private data. The organizers will provided all available information but will have no commitment to provide any financial support.
Please note that the average time for obtaining a visa can be from two to three months from the date of application. The cost of visas varies depending on the intended length of stay, etc.
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Visa Invitation Letters
Official letters of invitation designed to help overcome administrative difficulties in certain countries can be sent to participants by the Secretariat. Should you require an invitation please contact us.‹
It must be understood that such letters do not represent a commitment on the part of the Organizing Committee or Meeting Organizer to provide any financial assistance. If you require an original letter, it is recommended that you send your request 3 months in advance to account for delivery by post and administrative time.
Sponsorship & Exhibition
There will be a simultaneous wide-ranging exhibition which will provide a visual focus and interaction with the Symposium sessions. The breaks will be taken in the exhibition area.
The Symposium offers an opportunity for sponsorship and participation in a commercial exhibition. All requests for bookings are allocated on a first come, first served basis. In order to reserve your sponsorship/exhibition booth, please contact Encar Fernández: email@example.com
Climate in Valencia
Sitting on the south east coast of Spain, or the Costa del Azahar, is the port city of Valencia. Like most of Spain, the city enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate all year round; summers are hot and dry while winters are mild.
December is the start of the winter season in Valencia and it is one of the coolest times of the year, with more rain seen than in the dry summer months and less sunshine. As a result, the city is much quieter than the busy summer months.
The average daily temperature in Valencia in December is around 10°C which can reach an average high of 15°C on warmer days, particularly at the start of the month. Valencia can see some much cooler temperatures in December though. Nights in December can drop to an average minimum temperature of just 5°C. This can feel quite cool, so if you’re planning a December trip, you may want to pack some warm layers to wear.
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