Arnhem, the Netherlands
Regardz WTC Arnhem
- Attend: Registration is open
DNV GL and the European EMTP-ATP Users Group is pleased to invite you to attend the EEUG Conference 2018, which will be held at the Regardz WTC meeting center in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
The annual European EMTP-ATP Conference is comprised of a two day EEUG Meeting and a one day training course. The EEUG Meeting consists of two parts; an annual Members’ Meeting and a technical session. The technical session and the Members’ Meeting are open to all licensed ATP-EMTP users, whereas only EEUG members are authorized to vote for decisions at the Members’ Meeting. The one-day EEUG training course accompanies the EEUG Meeting and will be titled: 'Calculation of lightning overvoltages using EMTP-ATP'.
The EEUG Conference 2018 will be held at the Regardz WTC Arnhem, Nieuwe Stationsstraat 10, 6811 KS Arnhem, the Netherlands.
|Before 1st August||After 1st August|
|Conference: EEUG members||EUR 385||EUR 450|
|Conference: non-members||EUR 485||EUR 550|
|Course: EEUG members||EUR 250||EUR 300|
|Course: non-members||EUR 350||EUR 400|
|Accompanying persons||EUR 150||EUR 200|
All fees are in euros and are exclusive of VAT. Registration fee for the conference includes the following:
- conference proceedings
- the welcome reception on Sunday 16 September (18.00 - 20.00 hrs)
- a social event on Monday 17 September (evening)
Registration fee for the course includes course materials, refreshments and a lunch.
The fee for accompanying persons includes the welcome reception and the social event.
The “European EMTP-ATP Users Group e.V.” (EEUG e.V.) was established in 1994 as an Association registered at the local court Offenbach am Main, Germany. The purpose of the EEUG Association recognized as public-benefit organization by the tax office is to organize courses, meetings, publish a newsletter, to act as a communication centre for ATP-EMTP users, as well as to coordinate the program distribution. EEUG News, official newsletter of the Association, is published regularly. For more information please visit: www.eeug.org/