NIC2014
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Important dates

1 February 2014
Start of registration

15 February 2014
Abstract submission open

6 April 2014
Abstract submission closed

22 April 2014 !!!
Early bird reg. fee payment
Conference program announced

30 June 2014
Regular reg. fee payment

7 July 2014
Start of conference

News

11 June 2014
Detailed scientific
program launched

30 May 2014
Poster abstracts
published

10 May 2014
Oral lectures' abstracts
& Invited speakers
CVs published

30 April 2014
Speakers list announced

10 April 2014
Early bird registration
extended to 22 April

4 April 2014
Confirmed invited
speakers announced

1 April 2014
Abstract submision
deadline extended
to 6 April

10 March 2014
Social events & optional
tours menu launched

4 March 2014
Accommodation
information launched

3 March 2014
Information on the
"Classical Novae in
the Cosmos" workshop

26 February 2014
Information on the
Budapest-Debrecen
organised transfer

General information

Electricity
The electricity is 230 V, 50 Hz. Japanese, UK, USA and other visitors: please note that in Hungary Continental European German-style CEE7/4 sockets ("Schuko sockets") are used, which also accepts CEE7/16 "Europlugs".

Foreign exchange, banking facilities
The official national Hungarian currency is the Hungarian Forint (HUF). All the major credit cards are accepted in Hungary in places displaying the emblem at the entrance. Though Hungary is a member of the European Union, only a few shops and restaurants accept Euros (EUR) for payment. Currency exchange booths are available in Budapest at the airport terminals, railway stations, travel agencies, banks and various places in the city. The exchange rates applied may vary. Click here to see the actual official exchange rates. Traveller's cheques and convertible currency may be exchanged at these facilities. Major credit cards are usually accepted in most hotels, restaurants and certain shops in the city. Obtaining cash against ATM or credit cards is very easy from the ATM cash machines that can be found at almost each bank office, hotel or on the street.

Liability and insurance
The organisers cannot accept liability for any personal accidents, loss of belongings or damage to private property of participants and accompanying persons that may occur during the Congress. Participants are advised to make their own arrangements to obtain health, travel and property insurance before their departure to the workshop.

Telephone
The international code for Hungary is 36, the area code for Budapest is 1. To call a number within Hungary, first dial 06. Budapest telephone numbers have seven digits, all other areas have six digits (in addition to the area codes). To make an international call from Hungary, first dial 00, then the country code followed by the area code and the subscriber's telephone number. Public telephones accept either coins (20, 50, and 100 HUF) or phone cards (available from tobacconists, newsagents, post offices, and petrol stations). To call a (Hungarian) mobile phone, from a public telephone first dial 06, followed by the subscriber's seven-digit number starting with 20-, 30- or 70-.

Important phone numbers
(English is usually spoken at the emergency numbers listed below. In case English is not spoken, dial 112)

Ambulance: 104
Fire brigade: 105
Police: 107
Central help number: 112
General enquiries: 197
Inland enquiries: 198
International enquiries: 199
Hungarian Automobile Club help number: 188

Time
Hungary is in the Central European Time Zone. In the summer months clocks are set at GMT + 2 hours.

Weather
The weather in Hungary in July is usually sunny and warm. Temperatures are usually in the range between 28 and 33°C during the day. Check the weather forecast for Debrecen at weather.yahoo.com, or at weather.com. For other regions of Hungary check weatherinhungary.com.

Our Sponsors

ATOMKI ELI-NP EPJ
GANIL HVEE
ATOMKI ELI-NP European Physical
Journal
GANIL High Voltage
Engineering
Europa B.V.

HAS IUPAP JINA

MICRON

MVM Paks Nuclear Power Plant NAVI
Hungarian Academy
of Sciences
IUPAP
JINA Micron
Semiconductors
MVM Paks
Nuclear Power Plant
NAVI

National Instruments ORTEC USZT
National Instruments ORTEC Uj Szechenyi terv

To secure IUPAP sponsorship, the organisers have provided assurance that NIC-XIII will be conducted in accordance with IUPAP principles as stated in the IUPAP resolution passed by the General Assembly in 2008. In particular, no bona fide scientist will be excluded from participation on the grounds of national origin, nationality, or political considerations unrelated to science.