Lux Europa 2013 EN

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Polish Committee on Illumination and the Organizing Committee of the LUX EUROPA 2013 Conference, I have the pleasure to invite you to the 12th European Lighting Conference in Krakow. We hope that the conference will provide an opportunity to present the latest scientific and technical developments as well as to broaden existing contacts and to make new acquaintances. It will also enable participants to visit some attractive places in Krakow and in Southern Poland. Krakow is the former capital of Poland. The 13th-century merchants’ town has the largest market square in Europe and numerous historical houses, palaces, churches including the Gothic cathedral where the kings of Poland were buried and ancient synagogues, as well as the Polish oldest Jagiellonian University. Its new compound will be the venue of the conference. The city historic centre together with the nearby Wieliczka salt mine were two of the first 12 objects included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Tatra Mountains situated ca. 100 km south of the city, together with the popular ski resort Zakopane, provide an excellent opportunity for relax at any time.

Włodzimierz Witakowski
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