Registration for the SaltMech X conference is now closed


Please note no registration and payment on-site is possible. On 5 July, from 15.00h onwards, you can collect your badge, conference package and conference volume at the desk in the Koningsberger Building.

We have a selection of conference fees, for students and Early-Career Researchers (BSc/MSc/PhD/post-doc), professionals and retirees. The conference fees include:

  • Full access to the SaltMech X conference at the Koningsberger building (6-8 July 2022, Utrecht Science Park), including the ice-breaker and a tour of the High Pressure and Temperature Laboratory on the 5th of July 2022
  • Lunch and coffee during the conference
  • Shuttle service to/from the Mitland Hotel for the duration of the conference
  • Conference dinner on the 7th of July 2022, including transport to the dinner location
  • Copy of the conference proceedings

Accompanying persons can join for the conference dinner by purchasing their separate ticket.



175 EUR


full conference fee

475 EUR


reduced conference fee

275 EUR

Dinner ticket

for companions

90 EUR

Travel support for students and Early-Career Researchers (ECR)

Students and Early-Career Researchers (BSc, MSc and PhD students, and postdocs) can apply for (limited) travel support. The deadline for applications is Friday 7 January, 2022. Results will be announced by 18 February, 2022. Please note that travel support applications must be made together with abstract submission (by email, using the Travel Support form provided here). If you have any questions on applying for travel support, please contact us at

Conference Dinner

For the conference dinner, we aim to have this during a lovely boat tour on a true paddle wheeler, the ‘Captain Cook’, across the IJ near Amsterdam!

The ‘Captain Cook’ was built in 1911 in Kinderdijk (yes, where the windmills are), and functioned as a trade ship for many years. These days it has been fully restored to its original glory and serves as a party boat. The paddle wheeler has four different saloons, all decorated in the roaring ’20s style, where food and drinks will be served. If the weather is nice, we can enjoy our drinks on the deck, visit the wheel house, or just look as the big wheels keep on turning throughout the tour. At 59 m length and 13.7 m wide, there is plenty of space to mingle with all conference attendees.