The 26th International CDH Symposium will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. The Symposium is a 2.5 day event, (full days 27, 28th April, and half day 29th April).
We welcome you to join us in-person to Glasgow for the Symposium. For the first time in the history of the Symposium we are also offering the option of virtual attendance. You can register for in-person or virtual attendance here.
Our in-person symposium will be hosted by The Technology and Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde. 99 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1RD. The University of Strathclyde is located in central Glasgow, close to Queen Street and Central Rail Stations and 20 minutes from Glasgow Airport.
Your safety at CDH 2022 is priority. The venue has been selected to provide a safe, socially distanced environment with good ventilation and lots of space for attendees. We will be following current Scottish Government guidance for events and conferences. This may include proof of vaccination, social distancing, and masks, as required.
Discounted parking is available at 24hr City Parking Duke Street, G4 0UW. Please validate your ticket at the main desk of the venue (Technology and Innovation Centre). EV charging is also available at this car park.
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