NCK Conference 2018

Teylers Museum in Haarlem, the Netherlands • 21 Mar 2018 - 23 Mar 2018

The Annual NCK Conference will be held from Wednesday to Friday March 21-23, 2018 at Teylers Museum in Haarlem, the Netherlands. Please reserve the dates.

The 2018 NCK Days will be hosted by TNO - Geological Survey of the Netherlands as part of its 100-year mapping anniversary. The theme of the meeting is Geo-logic in coastal and shelf research: a matter of multi-disciplinarity.

Practical information

Location: Teylers Museum, Spaarne 16, 2011 CH Haarlem, the Netherlands.
The ice breaker will take place on Wednesday evening from 19:30h at nearby Stempels, Klokhuisplein 9, Haarlem, the Netherlands. Lunches and the conference dinner will also be hosted at this location.

The fees are:

  • Full package (including ice breaker, two conference days, excursion, museum access and dinner): € 200
  • Single conference day (Thursday or Friday, excluding dinner): € 85
  • Conference dinner: € 45

For people registering early, the Ambassador City Centre Hotel offers standard rooms for € 89 (single occupancy) or € 99 (double occupancy) per night, excluding € 3.25 tourist tax per person per night but including breakfast.
Please send an e-mail with a filled out form and group code GF1952 to groepsreserveringen@haarlem.com by January 31.

Call for abstracts

The conference organizers specifically welcome abstracts addressing the following themes:

  • Abiotic-biotic relationships
  • Long-term coastal behavior
  • Monitoring and understanding the shoreface
  • Seabed mapping, modeling and management
  • Spatial patterns and self-organization
  • Thresholds and feedback mechanisms

Abstracts (see Template for abstracts) should be submitted to sytze.vanheteren@tno.nl before Wednesday February 7, 2018.

There are time slots for 35-40 oral presentations of 10 minutes each, primarily for young researchers. Questions from the audience will be answered during a dedicated time slot at the end of each session. There will be separate Thursday and a Friday poster session, each preceded by 1-minute pitches.

Peliminary program

See for the program nck-web.org

Contact: Sytze van Heteren & Ina Vissinga-Schalkwijk

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