location of the conference will be:
Transilvania Hall, JW Marriott Bucharest Grand
Hotel, Calea 13 Septembrie 90, Bucharest
JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel,
Grand in every way, the JW Marriott Bucharest Grand
Hotel surrounds you with elegance befitting the chosen
hotel of European royalty and international dignitaries.
Prestigiously located next to the stunning Parliament
Palace, the JW Marriott Bucharest hotel is its own "city
within a city" complete with shopping gallery and
casino, state-of-the-art fitness club, World Class Health
Academy and 6 of Bucharest's finest restaurants including
an American sports bar. Accommodations and suites, the
largest in Bucharest, offer round-the-clock butler service
and feature exquisite bedding: down comforters, cotton-rich
linens and plush pillows. The event staff will plan
your perfect business or social gathering in our magnificent
Grand Ballroom or another elegant room, complemented
by fine catering. If you prefer, we will plan a spectacular
event in the historic Parliament Palace, the world's
second largest building. The JW Marriott Bucharest Grand
Hotel: Savor the glamorous style of the best of Eastern
more information - http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/buhro-jw-marriott-bucharest-grand-hotel/
The National Research Development Institute for Textile
and Leather (INCDTP) – Bucharest was set-up
by the Government Decision (H.G.) 1304/25.11.1996, by
the merging of the Textile Research Institute with the
Leather-Footwear Research Institute.
The institute carries out scientific research and technological
development activities, accomplishing, in the specific
field, the technical and technological objectives of
the National Program of Scientific Research and Technological
The institute is located very
close to "Costin Gergian" subway station.
Bucharest is the capital of Romania and, at
the same time, the biggest city, the industrial and
commercial centre of this country.
The legend says that Bucharest was founded by the sheep
man called Bucur. According to other possible alternative,
Bucharest city was founded by Mircea cel Batran at the
end of the XIV century. The first mention of the locality
appears in 1459, on a document emitted by Vlad Tepes,
the prince of Walachia. In 1862 it became the capital
Since then, it suffers continuous changes, being the
centre of the artistic, cultural and mass-media scene.
Between the two World Wars, the elegant architecture
and its elite made the city to be called “Little Paris”.
At present, its population of over two millions of inhabitants
makes Bucharest the sixth European Union capital from
the size point of view.