GPD Finland 2011: it starts Friday 17th June and finishes Monday 20th June

The organizers of GPD Finland 2011 are happy to announce that over 800 participants have confirmed their participation.

For the workshop, over 320 participants have registered.


If you wish to see the Opening Program, please click here: www.gpd.fi/en/Conferences/GPD-Finland/For-Participants/Opening-Day/.

For the whole conference program, please click here:www.gpd.fi/Global/GPD/Finland/Finland%202011/GPD2011-FP-screen.pdf

Last possibility to register to GPD Finland 2011 If you wish to participate to GPD Finland 2011, this is the final call! For registration, please click here: https://events.congreszon.fi/GPDAYS2011/en/ParLogin.jsp

Please note! Through the on-line registration form you will need to also complete your Hotel Accommodation Reservation. The latest version of the conference program can be found by clicking here: http://www.gpd.fi/Global/GPD/Finland/Finland%202011/GPD2011-FP-screen.pdf

To see and review the available workshops, please click: http://www.gpd.fi/en/Conferences/GPD-Finland/Workshops/

For general information regarding the registration please contact our registration office: E-mail: gpd2011@confedent.fi

Mobile: +358 50 325 4729 For special requests regarding registration please contact: Ms. Doina Mattila Mobile: +358 50 562 8587 E-mail: doina.mattila@gpd.fi

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