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Successful EPC 2016 in Mainz ended

The 13th European Population Conference 2016, which was organised by the BiB, ended on Saturday afternoon with a formal closing ceremony which was attended by 900 researchers and academics at the University of Mainz. The President of the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS), Prof. Dr. Francesco Billari, rounded off by thanking the international and local organisers of the EPC, and expressed his enthusiasm at how successful the Conference had been: “The EPC is a conference which is developing wonderfully. I hope you have enjoyed your time in Mainz”, he said. He simultaneously announced the date of the next Conference, which is to take place in 2018. The Director of the BiB, Prof. Dr. Norbert F. Schneider, expressed his gratitude for the considerable praise that had been received: “It was a great experience and a major honour to be able to organise such a significant conference”, he stressed. Several awards for excellent pieces of research were handed over as the closing ceremony progressed. More: Successful EPC 2016 in Mainz ended …

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