The technical programme will be structured into parallel sessions. The preliminary time table includes registration and welcome on Sunday, and from Monday to Wednesday, paper presentations (lectures and posters), Last Minute Poster Communications as well as an accompanying exhibition. The event will include an extended poster session with a poster party.
Delft University of Technology (also known as TU Delft) in the Netherlands will host the Loss Prevention 2019 Symposium. TUDelft is the largest and oldest Dutch public technical university. The university hosts approximately 20,000 students (undergraduate (BSc) and graduate (MSc)), 2,500 PhD candidates, 2,600 scientists and 2,000 people in the support and management staff.
The conference will be held at Aula Congress Centre of the university, located on the main campus of the university and is in walking distance of the city centre. All the TUDelft buildings are connected to the central “Mekel Park”.
As one of world’s leading training grounds for engineers, TU Delft views its role in society as supplying technological solu-tions that take us significantly further along the road towards sustainability and a flourishing economy. The university positions itself as an open academic community which is represented throughout the academic world and is rooted in the regional and national, social and economic environments.
Between Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Delft
The best way to travel from Amsterdam Airport (Schiphol) to Delft is by train, which leaves directly from the airport, every 30 minutes.
From Rotterdam and from The Hague, the bus and train can easily be taken to Delft with travel time less than 30 minutes. The traveling time between Brussels airport (Zaventem) and Delft takes about 100 minutes
The website www.9292ov.nl provides door-to-door public transport directions.