Important Update: ITICAT2023 Conference Now Goes Hybrid Mode + Extension of Early Bird Registration and Abstract Submission Deadline!

ITICAT2023 Conference Now Goes Hybrid Mode + Extension of Early Bird Registration and Abstract Submission Deadline

In response to the evolving global circumstances, we have made the decision to transform the conference into a hybrid event, combining both in-person and virtual participation options. Additionally, the Early Bird registration and abstract submission deadlines are extended to accommodate these changes effectively.

In-Person Experience: The workshop will be held at the prestigious Dipoli, located in Espoo, Finland.  The arrangements claimed previously will not change.

Virtual Attendance: Now is possible, please join the discussions online.

Extension of Early Bird Registration and Abstract Submission Deadlines: The Early Bird registration and oral presentation abstract submission deadlines are extended until 8th June.

To register for ITICAT2023, please visit our website at The Second Workshop on Catalytic Reactions with Ion Transfer through Interfaces (ITICAT2023) | Aalto University We encourage you to secure your slot early to ensure your preferred mode of participation.

Stay tuned for further updates as we continue to refine the conference program to suit the hybrid format. We are excited to welcome you to ITICAT2023, whether in person or virtually.

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