Symposium program


   Symposium program


  Poster presentations


Poster sessions: session I: Posters from 1 to 66 (Tuesday, June 5th)

                              session II: Posters from 67 to 132 (Wednesday, June 6th)



Monday, June 4


 Registration (Lublin Conference Centre, 2 Grottgera Str.)


 Opening Ceremony


 Plenary lectures and short communications







 Welcome reception (IBB Grand Hotel Lublinianka, 56 Krakowskie Przedmieście Str.)


„Dream about the City” – a special 3D performance of sound and light (sponsored by
the Mayor of the City of Lublin – Dr. Krzysztof Żuk), presenting the history of Lublin, which is
to be held in Pl. Litewski Square 1 (9.30 p.m.,  just after Welcome Reception,
in front of Grand Hotel)

Tuesday, June 5


 Plenary lectures and short communications


 Poster session I


 Free time

Wednesday, June 6


 Plenary lectures and short communications


 Poster session II


Symposium dinner (Palace and Park Complex in Wierzchowiska, 134 Wierzchowiska II)

(Bus transport will be provided))

Thursday, June 7


 Plenary lectures and short communications


 Closing remarks


 Excursion (Open Air Village Museum in Lublin)

(registration necessary)



Summer offers wonderful opportunities to spend the time outside surrounded by nature, that is why we would like to offer the conference participants the possibility to spend a lazy afternoon in the Open Air Village Museum in Lublin on the last day of the meeting.


A stay in the museum of village in Lublin will create a wonderful opportunity to meet a former village lifestyle. The Village Museum located in the valley of Czechówka River is one of the biggest open air museums in Poland. Owing to its rich architecture, exhibits and also the concern of intangible heritage of the region, it shows the cultural diversity of the province. It gathers items related to the former life in the village, in the manor and in the small town. It also preserves the knowledge about customs, rituals, traditions and everyday work of people living in the past.


During the visit a guide’s care, folk snacks in the open air and transport from the city centre and back are provided.


Important facts:

When: 7th June, 2 p.m.

Registration: until 4th June 2018 (a group of 20 participants is required to organize the visit)


Cost: 20 euro

Contact person: Wirginia Kukuła-Koch, e-mail:

Important Dates!

April 15th, 2018   
Extended Deadline for Abstract submission!

April 6th, 2018       
Notification of Abstract acceptance

April 15th, 2018     
Early registration payment