The lecture hall (C1.04) is at the waterfront of the open city campus of the university. The campus is located on the former Roeterseiland, named after the regent and city administrator Hendrik Roeters who lived in the 17th century. The island was part of a pre-industrial business area within the city walls. The canal belt was constructed in the 17th century for the large influx of affluent immigrants. Because there was enough space along the canals, large companies such as brandy distilleries, glassworks, iron foundries, diamond industries and the city nursery were established.
Welcome party: Amstelhaven, 25th of July, 18:00h.
The welcome party will be held at the Amstelhaven which has the largest deck terrace in Amsterdam that is actually on the water! The building was originally built as an atomic bomb shelter during the cold war for the municipal council. Amstelhaven is also one of the few places in Amsterdam where you can dock your boat and enjoy the sun all day long. You can best reach us via the Professor Tulpplein (near the Amstelhotel). When you have your back to the Amstelhotel, there is a bicycle bridge on your right. Our entrance is on the left on this bridge.
Speakers dinner: Royal Tropical Institute, 26th of July, 19:00h.
A former regent’s seat to chair our dinner in a majestic room. Marble surroundings for a beautiful event. KIT Royal Tropical Institute’s building has always been impressive, from the moment it opened its doors in 1926 until today. After almost a century, the unique structure is still considered as one of the icons of Amsterdam.
Conference dinner: Veronica Boat , 27th of July, 20:00h.
The Veronica ship is a unique location located on the NDSM pier in Amsterdam. It used to be used for radio broadcasts from Veronica. The authentic location, beautiful appearance and multi-functionality make the Veronica ship the perfect location for corporate events, drinks, presentations, weddings and other gatherings. Take any metro towards central station, go through the building to the harbour side and take the most left Ferry ( free) to the NDSM dock.