RAMSIS User Conference 2014
23 - 24 September 2014 in Köln
The advantages of RAMSIS NextGen, vision and mirror positioning, international issues in ergonomic vehicle design and many more interesting topics await you on 23-24 September, when we hope we can greet you with a cordial “Welcome to this year’s RAMSIS User Conference in Cologne!”
During the event, we will once again be presenting the annual RAMSIS Excellence Award for the best scientific work. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A detailed program with all the topics and speakers will be available HERE by 11 August 2014 at latest.
We’ll be delighted to welcome you at the RAMSIS USER CONFERENCE 2014!
The fee for the entire two-day event and the accompanying evening program is 490 Euros per person including VAT. If another employee from the same company takes part, he or she will receive a 10% discount.
The participation fee covers the following:
- Participation in the RAMSIS USER CONFERENCE 2014
- 2-day event, including Workshop, lunches and drinks
- Congress documentation
- Supporting program
To register for the RAMSIS User Conference, please fill out the fax form and send it to +49 631 343593 10 by 12 September 2014 at the very latest. Of course you can also register HERE
In both cases, you will be billed for payment.
A block of rooms at the Leonardo Hotel Köln-Bonn Airport has been reserved under “RUC” until 11 August 2014, at a special price of €94.36 per room/night incl. breakfast.
Please book your room directly with the hotel:
If you have questions or need help with organization, please contact Alexandra Lang at +49 (0) 631 343593 52, or e-mail her at email@example.com.
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