UGM Budapest 2015


ChemAxon’s 11th European User Group Meeting will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 19th-20th,
at the Hotel Novotel Budapest Centrum.
The UGM will include presentations from ChemAxon users, partners and developers with opportunity to network with peers and meet with developers.

Overview

Plenty of opportunities for networking

Speaking to peers and colleagues in addition to the lunches and breaks we will organize social programs to keep the ideas flowing.

Monday, May 18th
One to One session and Garden Party at our offices.
Tuesday, May 19th
The evening traditionally hosts our main social event. This time we will board on MS Primus boat on the river Danube.
Wednesday, May 20th
Informal chat and nibbles if you are still in town – details to be communicated.

ChemAxon Partner participation

ChemAxon technology isn’t just available from ChemAxon. We will hold a Partners’ lightning round session highlighting how our technologies compliment the products and services of our Partners.

Partners’ table-top exhibition: Throughout Tuesday and Wednesday, partners will be available at exhibition sessions where attendees can meet and find out more about partner products and services.

For more details on partners’ participation please contact Nóra Lapusnyik.

Costs

The cost of the 2 day User Group Meeting is $500 / €420 for corporate attendees and $250 / €210 for academics.

The cost includes all breaks, lunches and the social programs.

Accommodation

The Hotel Novotel Centrum Budapest will host our UGM in Budapest. Note that the hotel tends to fill quickly so reserve accommodation early. Book your room online now by visiting this page.

Please note that by default 1 room and 2 guests are set on the booking page. If you plan to have a single room, do not forget to change the number of guests!

Book your room here!

Call for papers open

If you have examples of where ChemAxon is helping you solve problems and extend the reach of your research, please do submit a title and abstract during registration.

Getting there


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Contact us

If you have any questions, comments or requirements about the ChemAxon UGM feel free to contact János Fejérvári.