IAPRI Symposium 2019

Symposium Information

SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS AND PAPERS IS CLOSED. THE ABSTRACTS ARE UNDER REVIEW BY THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE.

REMINDER: THE SYMPOSIUM IS A MEMBER-ONLY ACTIVITY. PAPERS SUBMITTED BY NON-MEMBERS WILL NOT BE TAKEN UP IN THE PROGRAM.

Other Information

Working Group meetings are planned on Tuesday 11 June in the afternoon.

Welcome reception at Tuesday 11 June at the U Park Hotel at the Campus of University of Twente.

Wednesday 12 June Social Dinner at Grolsch Brewery in Enschede.

Thursday 13 June Official Dinner at an estate in the surrounding of Enschede.

ESTATE DE WILMERSBERG

The estate is hidden in a lush oasis of tranquillity. The romantic 1930s manor was renovated in 1998 and is decorated in an English luxurious style with all the possible modern facilities. It is easily reachable, has a welcoming atmosphere that gives the hotel a special air for a comfortable and relaxed stay. It is light, spacious and with a fantastic countryside view, formerly the seat of a textile magnate and his family, the property is today a magnificent hotel, restaurant, conference and beauty centre



Taken up in the program

Visit the Virtual Reality LAB

The Virtual Reality Laboratory (VR-Lab) is located in the Horst building,  on the University of Twente campus. It is a high-tech environment used to facilitate multi-stakeholder decision-making processes. The inspiring lab makes it possible to present and discuss ideas using the latest audio and video technologies. The atmosphere of the lab can be changed by choosing the colour, intensity and location of the lights, in combination with multiple images or movies on one or more of the available projection screens or televisions. And sound can be directed from all possible angles. This can all be used to inspire the users to think outside the box.

Visit the Design Lab

DesignLab is a creative and cross-disciplinary ecosystem at the University of Twente, connecting science and society through design. Faculty and students from all fields work together with companies and governments to implement and develop scientific and technological insights that can be used in finding and shaping creative, innovative and meaningful solutions for complex societal challenges. Top talents from engineering, natural science, social science and the humanities join forces to take on the wicked problems of tomorrow’s world, using their creativity to bring science to design for society.