BOPSS 2019 (Nottingham)

BOPSS 2019, Nottingham
Wednesday 19th – Friday 21st June 2019


Venue: Nottingham Conference Centre at Nottingham Trent University.

Schedule

June 19th – Update Day

June 19th eve – Welcome Reception

June 20th & 21st – Scientific Meeting

June 20th eve – Gala Dinner

Venues

Conference Centre,
Nottingham Trent University

Conference Centre Old Library for Reception

Gala Dinner at Wollaton Hall

Deadlines

Registration opens – 7th Jan

Abstract submission opens – 7th Jan

Abstract submission closes – 22nd March

Notification of review panel – 15th April

Early registration closes noon – 1st May


Welcome

The organising committee welcomes you to Nottingham for BOPSS 2019.  The meeting will be held over three days in the Conference Centre at Nottingham Trent University from 19th – 21st June 2019.

We are thrilled to welcome our two keynote speakers:

Gangadhara Sundar, Singapore

Bita Esmaeli , Texas, USA

As one of the East Midlands largest and most versatile cities, Nottingham is conveniently located and is easily accessible from across the UK and Europe by road, rail and air.  Nottingham has a wide range of cultural and other activities, with an eclectic mix of the traditional and new, from the legendary Robinhood and the Nottingham castle to its rocking music scene and fantastic restaurants.

We look forward to welcoming you to Nottingham for an educational and sociable few days.

Katya Tambe and Lorraine Abercrombie



Venue: Conference Centre Nottingham Trent University

Wednesday 19th – Friday 21st June 2019

Nottingham Trent University’s conference centre was opened as part of the re-development of two of its iconic Grade II listed buildings, Newton and Arkwright.  It features modern airy large spaces and tiered lecture theatres.

Situated in the heart of Nottingham city centre, the conference centre has all main amenities and attractions within easy walking distance.


Welcome reception: The Old Library

Wednesday 19th June 2019

The Old Library is a beautifully restored Victorian building.  Its stunning architecture features a vaulted ceiling and has floor to ceiling windows, offering plenty of natural lighting throughout.


Gala Dinner: Wollaton Hall

Thursday 20th June 2019 from 7 pm

Built in 1588, Wollaton Hall is Grade 1 listed building, which nestles in 500 acres of parkland with herds of red and fallow deer roaming free.  It boasts a large lake and woodland, which create a dramatic contrast to the Hall.  It has formal and sensory gardens, historic Camellia House, Doric Temple, and avenues of ancient trees and late Georgian lodges.  The Hall is now home to Nottingham’s Natural History Museum and Industrial Museum , and has restored Tudor kitchens, Admirals Bath, and the stunning”Prospect Room” located at the top of the building.

You will be welcomed into the garden terrace for a pre-dinner drinks reception and you will have the opportunity to view the many exhibits, or stroll through the beautiful gardens and admire the views.  Dinner will then be served in the Great Hall followed by music and dancing.


BOPSS 5 km run

Thursday 20th June 2019 at 7am

New for BOPSS 2019, a 5km run to kick-start your day, and release those endorphins!


Nottingham Pub Crawl

Tuesday 18th June 2019 at 7.30pm

Starting at “Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem”, England’s oldest Inn truly a step back in time.