4th Congress on Innovation in Drug Delivery
Transportation from Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE), Nice, to Antibes - Juan-les-Pins
By Express Bus 250
Express Bus 250 offers the fastest and most convenient transportation other than a private vehicle between Nice-Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE) and Antibes, Villeneuve Loubet, Juan les Pins, and Vallauris.
Traveling time on express bus 250 is around 40 minutes to Antibes and 50 minutes to Juan les Pins. Express bus 250 stops at Nice Aéroport Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, Villeneuve Loubet-Baumettes, Biot Gare, Antibes-La Fontonne, Antibes-Vautrin, Juan-les-Pins La Régence, Juan-les-Pins Les Eucalyptus, Golfe Juan – La Poste Nabonnard, and Vallauris Office de Tourisme.
As an airport express bus, Bus 250 Express does not qualify for the Lignes d’Azur €1.50 tickets. The one-way fare is €11 and €17 for an open return (around 50% off for children under 12). Buy tickets from the ticket window at the airport, directly from the driver, or online.
Express bus 250 runs mostly twice per hour: arriving from 7:30 am to 20:00 at the airport and leaving from the airport from 8:10 to 20
By Regular Ligne d’Azur Bus 200 to Antibes from Nice-Côte d’Azur Airport
The cheapest way to travel from Nice-Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE) to Antibes and all French Riviera towns between the airport and Cannes is to use the departmental bus 200. It cost only €1.50 (but a second piece of hand luggage may be charged €1 and a suitcase €5).
Bus 200 connects Nice City with Cannes via Antibes but passes en route in front of the airport. The bus does not stop at the terminal building but rather at Aéroport / Promenade in the main road in front of the airport.
Bus 200 runs twice per hour on Sundays, three times per hour on Saturdays, and mostly every fifteen minutes on weekdays. First buses from Nice city pass by the airport around 6:20 (8:00 on Sunday). The last two line 200 buses of the day to Cannes actually stop at Terminal 1 itself at 20:55 and 22:00 (20:45 an 21:55 on Sunday).
Traveling times from the Airport to Antibes on bus 200 should be around 45 minutes but can be significantly longer during peak periods.
N200 NocTAM’bus night buses also stop at Terminal 1 on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at 23:30, 1:00, 2:30, and 4:10 en route to Antibes and Cannes.
As bus 200 starts in Nice City, it may be full by the time it reach the airport and refuse to pick up additional passengers. Similarly, the bus towards the airport starts in Cannes and may well be full by the time it reaches Antibes. The train is generally a safer option at busy times.
Poster dimensions should correspond to portrait DIN A0 format. Dimensions are: 1189 x 841 mm or 46.8 x 33.1 in
Abstract submission deadline
Abstract submission for technical or poster presenations is still possible. For this purpose write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corresponding authors needing a visa in order to enter into France should send a copy of his/her passport to APGI (email@example.com) before 15 April. Please indicate your abstract number(s) as reference
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Welcome to the 4th Congress on Innovation in Drug Delivery (IDD2016)
The fourth edition of the Conference on Innovation in Drug Delivery will be organized jointly by ADRITELF and APGI in Antibes-Juan-les-Pins (France) from 25 to 28 September, 2016. The symposium topic will be “Site-Specific Drug Delivery”. It will consist in plenary and invited lectures as well as short oral presentations. The conference will also host an industrial exhibition as well as technical presentations, offered to the sponsors who would like to introduce their technology/methodology by an oral presentation. A possibility of poster presentation will be given to all participants. The last edition in Pisa gathered around 55 nationalities and up to 350 participants.
The organizers society
The APGI (Association de Pharmacie Galénique Industrielle/international Society of Drug Delivery Sciences and Thechnology) was created in 1964 in Paris, and is an association accessible to all, academics and individuals in industry, who are concerned with pharmaceutical technology and the design, formulation and pharmacotechnical, biopharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic assessment of dosage forms and delivery systems, whether pharmaceutical or dermopharmaceutical. The APGI has members covering more than thirty different nationalities and counts contacts and friends in over fifty countries. The APGI is a member of the FIP (Fédération Internationale Pharmaceutique).
Founded in 1972, A.D.R.I.T.E.L.F.( Associazione Docenti Ricercatori Italiani di Tecnologia e Legislazione Farmaceutiche) is a non-profit making scientific society with about 200 active members from all over Italy. This Italian Association of Professors and Academic researchers
ANTIBES - JUAN-LES-PINS CONFERENCE CENTRE
Antibes - Juan-les-Pins Conference Centre marks the advent of a new generation of convention centers by proposing, beyond its original function, a set of services composed of a shopping gallery, restaurants and an underground parking lot. The location of the site at 150m from the sea and in the heart of a green path between the Gould Pine Grove and the Sidney Bechet square offers very attractive surroundings to the participants. The areas dedicated to the events are located on the 2 upper stories with a view over the sea. http://www.antibesjuanlespins-congres.com/
In the afternoon on Sunday 25 September you may pick up your badge and conference bag at the Conference Centre. Then at 5 p.m. we invite you to the join the guided walking tour in the historical city of Antibes. Antibes is famous for its fortress and remparts from the 16thcentury, the Picasso Museum and the most important yacht harbour in Europe. After the tour you will have the possibility to meet your colleagues during the informal welcome reception organized in the heart of Antibes. On Tuesday 27 September we look forward to welcoming you at our “Provencal Dinner” where we hope you will enjoy the combination of flavours and perfumes of the region but also the jazzy ambiance.