Lorena Rebecchi, Tiziana Altiero, Roberto Bertolani, Michele Cesari, Michele dâ€™Errico, Ilaria Giovannini, Roberto Guidetti, Maria Agnese Sabatini, Matteo Vecchi (UniversitĂ di Modena e Reggio Emilia), Leonardo Latella (Museo Civico di Storia Naturale, Verona), Sandra J. McInnes (British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK), Diane R. Nelson (East Tennessee State University, USA)
Lorena Rebecchi, Tiziana Altiero, Roberto Bertolani, Michele Cesari, Roberto Guidetti, Sandra J. McInnes, Diane R. Nelson
If you are interested in attending the 13th International Symposium on Tardigrada, please fill in the Registration Form:
The registration fees are:
|Before 22nd March 2015||After 22nd March 2015|
|Regular||330.00 €||390.00 €|
|Student||110.00 €||170.00 €|
|Accompanying person||250.00 €||310.00 €|
Registration for accompanying children under 10 years is free.
Thanks to the economic support received from several sponsors and co-organizers, we were able to reduce the registration fee for all students in order to encourage their participation.
Students are considered to be bachelor, master or PhD students and will require a signed statement from their academic institution. Please send confirmation of the full-time student status to the Organizing Committee.
Cancellation and refunds
Registered participants who are unable to attend the Symposium will have their fees refunded with a 25% administration charge if the cancellation is received before May 25, 2015.
No refund will be made for a cancellation received after that date.
The deadline for the payment of the Symposium Registration Fee and the submission of the Registration Form is
For all registrants (regulars, students, accompanying persons and children) the registration fee will cover the admission to both scientific oral and poster sessions, conference kit, shuttle service from/to the Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport, coffee breaks, lunches, conference excursion, and guided visit to discover the treasures of Modena.
In addition, regular and student registrants will receive the abstract booklet and conference program. Publication costs of the symposium proceedings are included in the fee.
Registration fee for accompanying persons also includes an additional guided tour to a tourist site in the Modena surroundings.
How to pay the registration fee
Symposium registration fees must be paid by Bank Money Transfer:
UNICREDIT BANK sede di Modena - Piazza Grande n. 40 - 41121 Modena, Italy
Beneficiary: Dipartimento di Scienze della Vita - Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia
ONLY FOR ITALIAN INSTITUTIONS PLEASE USE THIS IBAN
You must specify your name and 13th Symposium on Tardigrada on the Bank Money Transfer.
A copy of the bank money transfer must be attached to the Registration Form.
Registered participants are invited to give one or more oral/poster presentations during the Symposium. The Scientific Committee can recommend change to another presentation mode, as part of the acceptance process. The manuscripts of both oral and poster presentations will be considered for publication in the proceedings (see Manuscript Submittal and Proceedings). Oral or poster presentations will be confirmed by the Scientific Committee in May 2015.
The duration of each contribution will be 12 minutes plus 3 minutes for questions. Power Point presentations will be accepted. Facilities for alternative presentation material may be available with advanced request.
Posters (dimension: 700 mm wide x 1000 mm high) will be attached to boards by means furnished by the organizers. Posters will be displayed for the whole period of the symposium. To promote scientific exchange, special Poster Sessions will be scheduled in the program of the Symposium. Authors of poster presentations are kindly requested to be available during this session to answer questions and discuss their results.
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The Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Tardigrada will be published as a special issue (i.e. one of the 12 normal issues) of the ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY.
The manuscripts from both oral and poster presentations will be considered for publication in the Proceedings. Only registrants to the Symposium will be allowed to submit papers for the Proceedings. Each registered participant can submit one paper as submitting author, but he/she can also be included as co-author in other papers lead by other registrants.
All manuscripts must be of high scientific quality. Authors may be requested to make substantial changes to comply with the standards of the ZJLS, and the Guest Editors reserve the right to reject manuscripts of poor quality. The Guest Editors will submit final, peer-reviewed manuscripts to the Editor in Chief of the ZJLS, who will take the final decision about the fate of each manuscript (accept, revise, reject).
Manuscripts presenting descriptions of only new species (alpha taxonomy) or presenting faunistic studies with a list of species are not accepted.
Manuscripts must not have been published or have been accepted for publication elsewhere. Papers in languages other than English are not accepted.
When a paper has joint authorship, one author must accept responsibility for all correspondence; the full postal address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address of the author who is to check proofs should be provided.
Each manuscript must have no more than seven (7) printed pages, including abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion, conclusions, acknowledgements, references and legends As an example, seven pages correspond to a text of about 5000 words, plus two tables and two figures. Figures and tables can be single column width or double column width. Any figures and tables that are not integral to a paper can be placed in supporting information.
Supporting information sits alongside the paper in the online version.
Online-only colour in figures is free of charge, however it is essential in these cases that the figure legends apply equally well to both printed greyscale and online colour versions, and do not specifically refer to the colour (see the Author Guidelines of the ZJLS). Alternatively, Authors can opt for paid full colour, covering the full cost of reproduction, such that colour is used both in the hardcopy and online.
The Symposium Organizers will NOT cover the costs of full colour.
Further instructions to prepare the manuscript and the general layout of the paper are available at 'Authors Guidelines' in the section 'Manuscript preparation' of the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.
The special issue will be published online and will be available to all online subscribers of the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society (both institutional subscribers and the Linnean Society members). All corresponding authors of the Proceedings are entitled to receive a free pdf offprint of their paper. In addition, each corresponding author can nominate ten (10) colleagues to receive free access to their paper as well.
All Symposium registrants will receive a printed copy of the Proceedings. Authors who wish their accepted paper to be Online Open access (i.e. free for all to view and download via Wiley Online Library) will be required to pay the one-off open access fee of US$ 3000. This cost will NOT be covered by the Symposium organizers.
Please submit your manuscript through the ZJLS ScholarOne site https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/zoj
To do this, please take in consideration these important information:
1) each corresponding author should, first, go to the ZJLS web page and read the guidelines for authors and the procedure for submission. To save time and to facilitate the uploading of the manuscript, remember that title page, main text (no title page), tables and figures should be uploaded as separate files.
2) In the 'authors' 'cover letter' field, the corresponding author should state that the paper is intended for the volume on 13th International Symposium on Tardigrada.
3) After the submission of the manuscript through the ZJLS ScholarOne site, please remember to send information about your ms TITLE and AUTHOR/S to email@example.com
The Awards will honor the best oral and also the best poster presentations. Young researchers (registered as bachelor, master or PhD students) who want to be considered for the Awards must indicate that intention on the registration form and abstract submittal.
Candidates have to be the first and presenting author. Only one submission per candidate will be considered. The Jury will be constituted by Senior Scientists and the winners will be chosen on the basis of the originality and quality of the work and presentation.
Verona is located in Northern Italy, about 90 km from Modena. Celebrated by Shakespeare, who made it famous as the romantic setting for the moving tale of Romeo and Juliet, Verona is a splendid, ancient corner of the Veneto region, nestling between the river Adige and Lake Garda, and intimately linked to their waters. The area was inhabited in prehistoric times. In 89 BC, when it became a Roman Colony, Verona began to stand out. The traces of the Romans' works remain very much in evidence to this day, such as the Arena, an enormous, spectacular Roman amphitheatre, still functioning today.
The arena was erected in the 1st Century AD, and it is the world's third-largest amphitheatre to survive from antiquity. After the Roman Empire came the Republic of Venice from 853 AD until Napoleon Bonaparte conquered the republic. In 1815, the Austrian Empire took over the city until 1866, when the city became part of the Kingdom of Italy. Verona‘s importance under the Austrians has also left city fortifications and an excellent castle, Castelvecchio.
The Symposium will be opening on Tuesday June 23rd at 9:00 AM.
The last day of the Symposium (26th June 2015) will be held in the Museum of Natural History of Verona. Transport will be by bus (about 1 h), and after the conclusion of the program there will be a visit to discover the city of Verona. Return to Modena will be in the late evening. Therefore please take this into account when booking your flight or organizing your return home.
Verona is located in Northern Italy, about 90 km from Modena. [...]click here
Horizontal gene transfer in desiccation-tolerant metazoans
Comparative Omic analysis between anhydrobiotic tardigrade and desiccation-sensitive tardigrade
Identifying functional mediators of desiccation tolerance in tardigrades
De novo genome sequencing of various tardigrades with ultra-low input
Is the tun state necessary for cryptobiotic/anhydrobiotic survival? (Young Scientist Award contestant)
Osmotic stress tolerance in the semi-terrestrial tardigrades, Echiniscus testudo and Ramazzottius oberhaeuseri (Young Scientist Award contestants)
Freezing survival of the tardigrade Ramazzottius varieornatus
Osmotic stress response in the tidal heterotardigrade Echiniscoides sigismundi (Young Scientist Award contestant)
Water bears going nano: atomic force microscopy allows high resolution in vivo imaging of tardigrade cuticle (Young Scientist Award contestant)
Capability of the Antarctic tardigrade Acutuncus antarcticus to withstand environmental stresses
Sperm evolution in tardigrades
What is known about oogenesis in Eutardigrada?
Oogenesis in Hypsibius dujardini (Eutardigrada, Hypsibiidae) (Young Scientist Award contestant)
Mitosis in storage cells of the eutardigrade Richtersius coronifer (Young Scientist Award contestant)
Ecology of tardigrades: past, present, and future
The changes in tardigrade assemblages during succession after deglaciation: a comparison of species and functional diversity approach (Young Scientist Award contestant)
Factors influencing tardigrade distribution in Svalbard (High Arctic) (Young Scientist Award contestant)
Reproductive mode and life history traits of the tardigrade Acutuncus antarcticus: strategies to colonize the Antarctic environment
Effect of temperature on generation time and reproductive success in the Antarctic tardigrade, Acutuncus antarcticus
Postembryonic development, heterochrony, secondary sexual dimorphism and population structure of a new Florarctus species (Tardigrada, Heterotardigrada)
Biodiversity of marine tardigrades from North Portugal. A comparison among habitats
The Tardigrade Fauna of Allen Island, Maine, U.S.A.
Taxonomic studies on the species of Tardigrada in Soguksu National Park Located in Kizilcahamam Ankara (Turkey) (Young Scientist Award contestant)
A new species or just a new phenotype? An experimental test of phenotypic plasticity in the taxonomic traits of tardigrades
Genetic and environmental determinants of egg shell morphology in Ramazzottius subanomalus (Biserov, 1985) (Tardigrada: Eutardigrada: Ramazzottidae) (Young Scientist Award contestant)
Preliminary results for a meiofauna survey of the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
Towards a list of available names in zoology for Tardigrada
Possible application of the Article 79 of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature to Tardigrada
Can we consider the phylogenetic relationships of the tardigrades resolved?
Evolution of novel, lamin-derived cytoplasmic intermediate filaments in Tardigrada (Young Scientist Award contestant)
The tardigrade brain – segments or segment?
The walking heads: Hox gene expression in Hypsibius dujardini and the evolution of the tardigrade body plan
Neural development in Hypsibius dujardini supports the sister-group relationship of tardigrades and arthropods (Young Scientist Award contestant)
Unravelling the higher phylogeny of Arthrotardigrada (Heterotardigrada) (Young Scientist Award contestant)
Phylogenetic informativeness of genes and fragments within the Tardigrada tree
Is Acutuncus antarcticus (Eutardigrada, Hypsibiidae) truly a pan-Antarctic species? An insight on its genetic diversity and biogeography
An integrative approach led to the description of a new tardigrade genus of Macrobiotidae
New taxa from Roscoff, France increase the phylogenetic and evolutionary understanding of Echiniscoididae
Integrative taxonomy approach to the Paramacrobiotus richtersi group (Eutardigrada, Macrobiotidae)
Share ideas and develop projects and tools to enlarge the tardigrade community
the marine tardigrades at Al Zubarah, Qatar
A global biodiversity estimate of limnoterrestrial and marine tardigrades
Diversity of tardigrades of the Americas in relation to the hypothesis of the Great American Biotic Interchange
Characterization of a putative new species of the genus Milnesium Doyère, 1840 from the Colorado National Monument, USA
Opening the Pandora’s box of Richtersius reveals its phylogenetic relatives
The Regione Emilia Romagna in which Modena is located is served by the Airport Guglielmo Marconi of Bologna (www.bologna-airport.it), a small but modern and international airport that has a lot of direct and indirect flights from all over the world. It is about 6 km from Bologna town train station and about 40 km far from Modena town. Airport Guglielmo Marconi is the nearest airport to Modena city.
Important note: During Monday, 22 June 2015, to delegates arriving by air at Airport Guglielmo Marconi of Bologna will be offered a special shuttle service from the Airport to the hotels, hostel and B&B. The timetable of this special shuttle service will be arranged according to the arrival time of the delegates. After booking your flight, please do not forget to send an email to the Organizing Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org) indicating your flight number and arrival time to take advantage of this offer. Saturday, 27 June 2015, the same special shuttle service will be available from the hotels to the Airport.
Alternatively, from Bologna Airport the city of Modena can be reached:
a) by a shuttle service offered by SETA (the transport company of Modena, information). The shuttle bus operates from 6:15 to 22:30 from the airport to Modena and from 5:15 to 21:30 from Modena to the airport. Please consider transfer times between the airport and Modena to be about 40 minutes. The stop for hotels located in the historic centre of Modena is "Largo Garibaldi". From this stop hotels can be easily reached by walking. The fare is â‚¬ 15.00 per person one way and â‚¬ 25.00 for round trip, and tickets can be bought on the bus. Baggage is free and minors accompanied by at least two relatives travel free of charge.
b) by train along the Modena-Bologna line, which provides frequent shuttle buses that link Bologna Airport to Bologna Centrale train station (info), one of the most important train nodes in Italy, where trains for Modena are frequent.
c) by motorway A1 Milano-Bologna (Autostrada del Sole).
d) by taxi. The taxi fee from Bologna airport to Modena is about 100 euro.
Modena is also 100 km from Verona International Airport (www.aeroportoverona.it), 160 km from Milano Linate International Airport (www.milanolinate-airport.com), 200 km from Orio al Serio Bergamo Airport (www.sacbo.it), and 225 km from Milano Malpensa International Airport (www.milanomalpensa-airport.com).
From these airports Modena can be reached by shuttles + trains or by car.
Modena is located in the middle of the Po River valley and it is positioned on the main trading routes between Northern Europe and the Mediterranean Sea. It is easily accessible by car and it is served by several modern highways.In particular, Modena sits at the crossroads between the Brenner motorway (A22) (leading to Austria and Germany) and the "Autostrada del Sole" (Milan-Florence-Rome-Naples motorway, A1), just a few (about 40) kilometers from the important railway and airport node of Bologna.
The town can be reached by motorway A1 Milano-Napoli, exit "Modena Nord" (5 km from the town centre) or exit "Modena Sud" (10 km from the town centre). The town is also at the southern end of the Brenner motorway (A22).
The whole historic centre of Modena is a vehicle restricted area (ZTL), meaning only residents, commercial operators or tourists staying at hotels in the centre can use cars and with a special permit.
In the not non-restricted areas of the city, parking is free in places (identified by a white line) and requires a fee in other places (blue line); the amount of the fee depends on the city area. Payments can be made with coins by nearby park meters; on Sundays and public holidays parking is free. Alternatively, payments can be made with a prepaid card (20 €), to be purchased at ACI (Automobile Club Italia) offices or at some tobacconists in the town centre. Parking is usually free at night (generally 20:00â€“8:00).
Modena is also well connected by the train network.
Modena is on the train lines Milano-Piacenza-Parma-Modena-Bologna and Verona-Mantua-Modena, so it can easily be reached from the nearest main towns.
Train schedules can be found at Trenitalia (www.trenitalia.com). The station has no left-luggage office and the ticket window is open daily from 6:00 to 21:00, but automatic ticket machines are available in the hall of the station.
The train station is not far from the town centre of Modena, so it can be reached by foot, if you like (about 20 minutes walk).
Otherwise, at the train station there are taxis or buses that connect the main areas of the town or the locations in the surroundings. The main buses that connect the train station to the historic center are: Line n. 7 direction Gottardi (Policlinico); Line n. 4 direction Latina; Line n. 11 direction Zodiaco ( bus info). Urban buses run from 6:00 to 21:00; the night urban Line n. 7N runs from 8:30 to 22:30. The main bus station of Modena is located at Via Bacchini 1 (very near to the historic centre) and the ticket office is open daily from 5:30 to 20:30. Nevertheless, tickets can be bought directly on the bus using coins, thanks to an automatic ticket machine (the machine does not give change). The fare is € 1.20 per person one way.
The 13th International Symposium on Tardigrada will take place at the â€śCentro San Geminianoâ€ť in the Historic Centre of Modena.
Nowadays, the â€śCentro San Geminianoâ€ť is the Department of Law of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. In the past the â€śCentro San Geminianoâ€ť was the San Geminiano Monastery. This convent was originally built as a hospital in 1348, the year in which the plague was at its peak. It continued as a hospital until the middle of the following century. In 1348, the facility was transformed into a convent for the San Geminiano nuns. In 1586, the convent was adorned with two bell towers. In 1798, when the monastic order was suppressed, the convent was permanently closed and the buildings were used for a wide variety of activities: the city bakery was located here as well as one of the main Italian avant-garde theaters. Still today one can admire the lovely XV century cloisters adorned by a double series of arches. Please note that in the historic centre of Modena the traffic is limited
Modena is one of the richest and most socially advanced cities in Italy: 48 miles of cycling paths, 12 museums, 25 libraries, and one of the oldest universities in Europe. There are many art treasures in Modena: the 12h century Cathedral a masterpiece of Italian Romanesque art, that, together with Piazza Grande and the Ghirlandina bell tower, creates a complex of unique beauty, included as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Other monuments and sites are the Town Hall, the Ducal Palace (today a Military Academy), many monumental churches in the town centre and the Museum Building, with the art gallery â€śGalleria Estenseâ€ť.
Modena is also known as the â€śLand of Motorsâ€ť. You can find the main supercar factories in Modena or in the province like Ferrari, Maserati, Pagani Zonda, B.G. Engineering, De Tomaso and Bugatti. People can visit a lot of museums and private car collections like: Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari (Modena), Ferrari Gallery at the Ferrari car factory (in Maranello, 15 kilometers from Modena), Stanguellini Vintage Car Museum (Modena), Lamborghini (in Santâ€™Agata Bolognese, Bologna, 21 km from Modena).
The territory of Modena and province is synonymous with good food too. A tour of the tastes and flavours of cuisine in Modena can ideally be started in the Modena Indoor Food Market and then travel to the production centres themselves: dairy farms, to enjoy tastings of Parmigiano Reggiano (Parmesan cheese), vinegar producers to delight in the unique, enticing taste of the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, and then where hams are cured and wine cellars offer a fine glass of Lambrusco DOC, Modena's sparkling red wine. Farms can be visited to see the making of these great products.
The Regione Emilia Romagna in which Modena is located is served by the Airport Guglielmo Marconi of Bologna [...] click here
Modena is located in the middle of the Po River valley and it is positioned on the main trading routes between Northern Europe [...] click here
Modena is also well connected by the train network. Modena is on the train lines Milano-Piacenza-Parma-Modena-Bologna [...] click here
A wide range of accommodations from all classes of hotels other than B&B and hostel are available in Modena to suit every budget. Delegates are requested to make their own accommodation bookings. A set of specially priced rooms have been negotiated with the hotels listed below. Please quote that you will participate to a conference at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia when booking to gain these special rates. If not differently specified, the prices are per room per night (breakfast included). Important note: the room price may include a "tourist tax"â€ť that could be paid at the end of your stay. The cost of the tourist tax is: 1 €/person/day for 2 stars hotels and B&B, 2 €/person/day for 3 stars hotels, 3 €/person/day for 4 stars hotels. Please ask about the cost of the tourist tax before booking. Hotel accommodation bookings should be made as soon as possible, due to overlapping with Italian summer holidays. To have an idea of the quality of the hotel, other than the stars, the review score of "booking.com" (when available) is reported within parentheses after the name of the hotel. The locations of the hotels can be found in the map of the symposium webpage. Moreover, locations and details of the hotels can be found on their webpages.
In Modena, lunches will be served in a dedicated room at the restaurant La Secchia Rapita.
The restaurant is located inside the Palazzo Schedoni, a few minutes of walk far from the conference center and very close to the Hotel Canalgrande.
Corso Canalgrande, 4 - 41121 Modena (2 minutes walk from conference Centre)
Tel: +39 059 427 0743
|Single room||€ 109.0|
|Double room (as single)||€ 125.0|
|Double room||€ 147.0|
Corso Canalgrande, 6 - 41121 Modena (2 minutes walk from conference Centre)
email@example.com; Tel: +39 059217160; Fax +39 059221674
|Single room||€ 85.0|
|Double room (as single)||€ 100.0|
|Double room||€ 130.0|
Via Jacopo Berengario, 11 -41121 Modena (13 minutes walk from conference Centre)
firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +39 059219057-059242057; Fax +39 059211755
|Single room||€ 95.0|
|Double room (as single)||€ 120.0|
|Double room||€ 150.0|
|Suite room||€ 210.0|
Parking included. Viale Vittorio Veneto, 10 - 41124 Modena (10 minutes walk from conference Centre)
email@example.com; Tel: +39 059225858; Fax +39 059225141
|Single room||€ 85.0|
|Double room (as single)||€ 100.0|
|Double room||€ 120.0|
No lift available. Via Cervetta, 5 â€“ 41121 Modena (5 minutes walk from conference Centre)
firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel/Fax +39 059238447-059237209
|Single room||€ 69.0|
|Double room (as single)||€ 84.0|
|Double room||€ 96.0|
|Triple room||€ 120.0|
Via Blasia, 10 - 41121 Modena (6 minutes walk from conference Centre)
email@example.com; Tel: +39 059222365; Fax +39 0597222502
|Single room||€ 59.0|
|Double room (as single)||€ 69.0|
|Double room||€ 79.0|
|Triple room||€ 114.0|
Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 94 - 41121 Modena (16 minutes walk from conference Centre)
firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +39 059218670; Fax +39 059237693
|Apartments 1 person|
|from 1 to 3 nights||€ 80.0/night|
|from 4 to 9 nights||€ 70.0/night|
|Apartments 2 person|
|from 1 to 3 nights||€ 90.0/night|
|from 4 to 9 nights||€ 80.0/night|
|plus a third person||€ 30.0/night|
|plus a fourth person||€ 25.0/night|
Small apartments in town center (5-10 minutes walk from conference Centre)
Via dei Gallucci, 33 - 41121 Modena
email@example.com; Tel: +39 3387275404
|Bed in a dormitory with shared bathroom||€ 16.5|
|Single room (external private bathroom)||€ 23.0|
|Double room (external private bathroom)||€ 36.0|
Via Sant Orsola, 48, 41121 Modena (15 minutes walk from conference Centre)
firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +39 059234598
|Double room (as single)||€ 80.0|
|Double room||€ 90.0|
|Double room superior||€ 110.0|
|Double room superior (as single)||€ 95.0|
|Double suite||€ 130.0|
|Double suite (as single)||€ 110.0|
Via Rua Muro, 86 - 41121 Modena (7 minutes walk from conference Centre)
email@example.com; Tel: +39 3899559087
|Double room (as single)||€ 70.0|
|Double room||€ 100.0|
|Studio apartment (as single)||€ 90.0|
|Studio apartment (for 2 persons)||€ 120.0|
|Studio apartment (for 3 persons)||€ 150.0|
Via Castelmaraldo, 65 - 41121 Modena (7 minutes walk from conference Centre)
firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +39 0598751790 - 3203010089
|Single room||€ 35.0|
|Double room (as single)||€ 45.0|
|Double room||€ 55.0|
|(third bed +)||€ 20.0|
Viale J. Barozzi, 294 - 41124, Modena (11 minutes walk from conference Centre)
|hotelsangeminiano.it||Single room||€ about 50.0|
|Double room||€ about 80.0|
|Family room||€ about 120.0|
Viale G. Moreali, 41 - 41124 Modena (10 minutes walk from conference Centre)
email@example.com; Tel: +39 059210303 â€“ 059222891; Fax: +39 059220446
|hotelviaemilia.it||Double room (as single)||€ 109.0|
|Double room||€ 139.0|
|Triple room||€ 169.0|
Via Emilia Est, 441 â€“ 41122 Modena (25 minutes walk from conference Centre; the hotel is not in town centre but frequent public transports are available)
firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +39 0592051511; Fax +39 0592051590
|hotelastormodena.com||Single room||€ 44.0|
|Double room (as single)||€ 59.0|
|Double room||€ 59.0|
|Triple room||€ 74.0|
Via Minelli, 61 - 41125 Modena (35 minutes walk from conference Centre; the hotel is not in town centre but frequent public transports are available)
email@example.com; Tel: +39 059365037; Fax: +39 059371250
|tibyritzhotel.it||Single room||€ 32.0|
|Double room||€ 52.0|
|Triple room||€ 65.0|
Via Rainusso, 108 - 41124 Modena (17 minutes walk from conference Centre)
firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +39 059820101; Fax: +39 059828515
|verdeperi.it||Single room||€ 50.0|
|Double room||€ 80.0|
|Triple room||€ 100.0|
|All apartment (2 rooms for 5 people)||€ 150.0|
Via Rua Pioppa, 2 - 41121, Modena (5 minutes walkfrom conference Centre)
email@example.com; Tel: +39 3476400788
|hoteleuropa.it||Single room||€ 59.0|
|Double room (as single)||€ 69.0|
|Double room||€ 79.0|
|Triple room||€ 99.0|
Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 52 - 41121 Modena (15 minutes walk from conference Centre)
firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +39 059217721; Fax +39 059222288
|hoteldaunia.it||Single room||€ 55.0|
|Double room (as single)||€ 70.0|
|Double room||€ 85.0|
Via Del Pozzo 158 â€“ 41122 Modena (20 min by walking from conference Centre; the hotel is not in town centre but frequent public transports are available)
email@example.com; Tel: +39 059371182; Fax +39 059374807
|milanopalacehotel.it||Double room (as single)||€ 123.0|
|Double room||€ 144.0|
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 68 -41121 Modena (15 min by walking from conference)
firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +39 059223011; Fax +39 059225136
Via Campi 213/D - 41125 Modena, Italy
Via Campi 213/D - 41125 Modena, Italy
Via Allegri 9 - 42121 Reggio Emilia, Italy
Via Campi 213/D - 41125 Modena, Italy