Delft is well known for its history as well as for its University of Technology. Van Leeuwenhoek, who invented the optical microscope and the famous 17th-century painter Vermeer both lived and worked in Delft. The old Delft Blue pottery Royal Delft is situated close to the Conference building. The historical and very lively centre of Delft with its museums, medieval churches and its quaint streets and canals are attractions to foreign and even local visitors.
The Hague with its beaches and Rotterdam are nearby. If you visit The Hague Royal Cabinet of Paintings Mauritshuis, you can see Vermeer’s magnificient “View on Delft”.
The conference will take place in the main lecture hall of the Delft Chemical Technology Institute DelftChemTech, Julianalaan 136, 2628 BL Delft which is located close to the town centre.
Lunch will be served at the Botanical Garden, at walking distance from the Conference Building.
|Main lecture hall of DCT||
front) with tower of the University's main building.