Venue and date

The conference will be held between 12 and 14 February 2016, by the Hungarian Natural History Museum (1088 Budapest, VIII. Ludovikatér 2).


On Friday (12 February) between 10:00 and 18:00

Printed program guide, book of abstracts, badge, etc. can be received at the registration desk. Registration fee can be paid in also here, if hasn’t been transferred.

New participants and visitors are welcome!

Please note that the entry to the Hungarian Natural History Museum is free only for registered participants of the conference, or else with valid tickets for the museums exhibitions. Do not forget to wear the conference badges.


The registration includes the Saturday (13 February) lunch between 13:00 and 15:00. Basic registration fee includes also the conference party on Saturday evening (from 19:30) with the gala dinner and one drink.

Board will be served in Kaltenberg sörház és étterem, within a 15–20 minutes walk from the building of the Hungarian Natural History Museum. After the closing time ofthe restaurant at (23:00) the party can be continued in one of the famous pubs nearby.

Four coffee breaks will be served between the sessions of the conference and the refreshment room of our museum is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day.

Scientific programs

Scientific programs of the conference will be held in the building of the Hungarian Natural History Museum, exact locations can be found on the website of the conference and in the printed program guide (received at the registration).

Timetable of the conference is available here. More details will be found in the printed program guide.

Studiabotanicahungarica, published by the Hungarian Natural History Museum, is pleased to receive manuscripts connected with the oral presentations and/or posters.

Submissions are invited via the journal website, or e-mail (

Oral presentations

On the first and last days of the conference one session will be held, with oral presentations in English and in Hungarian in turn (language of the presentations can be found here and in the printed program guide).

Oral presentations are 10 minutes long, followed by a discussion up to 5 minutes.

Please, upload the final version of your oral presentation here, to can prepare it for the proper session. Thank you!


Posters in portrait layout up to A0 size can be presented. Posters can be set from 10 a.m. on Friday (12 February) and can be removed no later than 17:00 on Sunday (14 February), together with handouts.List of poster presentations is available here.


On Friday and Saturday evening two forums are organised in the Semsey Hall of the Hungarian Natural History Museum, both only in Hungarian.

  • Friday 18:00: Panel meeting on popular science (Possibilities of active nature conservation by scientists)
  • Saturday 18:00: Forum on scientific ethics


During the conference the following exhibitions are open:

  • Object of the month: An identification key of botanists
  • Photo selection from the previous conferences of “Advances in research on the flora and vegetation of the Carpato-Pannonian region”

On the three days of the conference, exhibitions of the Hungarian Natural History Museum are free for the registered participants

Post congress excursion

After the closing ceremony, a guided visit will be organised to the Botanical Garden of EötvösLoránd University (1–1.5 hours, next to the venue of the conference).Guided by László Papp jun.

Sign up at the registration desk during the time of the conference.


Participants arriving by car should be aware that entry to the Hungarian Natural History Museum (from KorányiSándorstreet) can be only with permission. Permissions can be requested at the registration desk. Please note also, that parking is subject to charges on working days 10:00–18:00.


Welcome in Budapest!