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The conference is held in the Nijmegen culture house "de Lindenberg" located at Ridderstraat 23 (Nijmegen, Netherlands) close to the Nijmegen waterfront. It is located in walking distance to the historic city centre.

The conference centre can be reached from Nijmegen Centraal Station (main train station) within 8 minutes by bus number 8 (direction Berg en Dal, leave the bus at station Voerweg), bus number 15 (direction Lent Thermion, leave the bus at station Valkhof), or bus number 80 (direction Millingen, leave the bus at station Valkhof). Bus schedules can also be checked via 9292. You can furthermore walk for 20 minutes (1.5 km) across the city of Nijmegen.

The meeting is planned for personal attendance of a large number of people at the conference location anticipating that the corona pandemic situation will allow for this by the time of the conference. To ensure that the meeting will not or only minimally be affected by pandemic precautions, participants are strongly requested to make sure to have the best possible immunisation by August 2022. Plan to receive any necessary revaccinations (booster immunisations) as recommended by the health authority of your country in due time! Also acquaint yourself with the Netherland's national rules and regional situation regarding the pandemic if applicable by the time of the conference.

A list of hotels with special rates is available: accommodation. As Nijmegen is a popular place especially in the summer season, we recommend to book the accommodation early.


Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands, the second to be recognized as such in Roman times, and in 2005 celebrated 2,000 years of existence. Today, its population amounts to 179,000 thus contributing more than half to the Arnhem–Nijmegen metropolitan area.

Few Roman remains are visible in the city, for instance, a fragment of the old city wall near the casino and the foundations of the amphitheatre traced in the paving of the present-day Rembrandtstraat. Not many very old buildings are left in town but there are still a few noteworthy sights. Valkhof hill downtown features a Carolingian chapel (8th/9th century AD) and a small remainder of an imperial castle that was demolished in 1798.  [source Wikipedia]

Nijmegen is a lively community with an attractive city centre hosting a large number of shops, cafés and restaurants. The 25,000 students of Radboud University add the flair of the young generation.

The city has long been known for its annual Four Days Marches, beginning on the third Tuesday of each July. Over 40,000 participants from about 70 countries undertake four days of walking with distances ranging from 30 to 50 km. The marches are supplemented with festivities such as the music festival de-Affaire.

Nijmegen has an oceanic climate. It is one of the warmest cities of the Netherlands, especially during summer. In August, the average daily mean temperature is 17.5°C but frequently climbs to 25°C with a record high of 36°C at an average relative humidity of 77%. With an average precipitation of 56 mm, August is the month of smallest probability of rainfall.  [source Wikipedia]

For the present Nijmegen weather forecast visit meteoblue.