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Tarih: 12.09.2011 - 14.09.2011 Kategori
Düzenleyen Kurum: İl: -
Kongre Merkezi: Kervansaray Convention Center & Hotel Antalya - Antalya
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Dear Colleagues,

It is our great pleasure to invite you to the “18th International Symposium on Microencapsulation” which will be held on 12 – 14 September, 2011 in Antalya,Turkey.

More than 50 acknowledged speakers have already confirmed their participation in this symposium with lectures on their specializations. Along with the scientific, industrialeducational parts of the program, there will also be an exhibition of both localinternational pharmaceuticallaboratory equipment companies. International Symposium on Microencapsulation program will also cover a wide range of interestsfields by providing two alternative sessions each day of the symposium. Main symposium will be held along with different parallel industrialeducational sessions. For detailed information about scientific programme, please click here.

I hope that this symposium of wide range of covered fieldslecturers will bring together the scientists representing various sectors of academiaindustry from all over the world as well as health authorities, giving the opportunity to experience the excited scientific environment, fruitful discussions to solve current problemschallengesnetworking. As the International Symposium on Microencapsulation Organizing Committee, we look forward to welcoming you in Antalya – Turkey at its best time of the season to enjoy the sun as well as high level of science.

You will be able to find more information about the symposium from the web site . Abstract submission deadline is August 19, 2011. For more information about abstract submission details, please click here. Also please do not forget to register before July 29, 2011 with the reduced registration fee that includes attendance to workshops, scientific sessions, industrial sessions, coffee breaks, lunches (according to the symposium programme), social events (opening cocktailgala dinner)scientific documents. For detailed information about registration fees please click here.

You must be there –invitewelcome your colleagues to join as well!

Best Regards,

Prof.Dr. Yılmaz Çapan
International Symposium on Microencapsulation

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Symposium Venue
Kervansaray Hotel & Congress Center
Lara / Antalya / Türkiye
Tel: +90 242 352 20 00
Fax: +90 242 352 20 33

Few steps to Lara´s Gold Beach, amazing architecture, fabousphilosophy, 110.000 m2 area of enjoymentwithout an alternative holiday is waiting for you.
65.000 m2 area of glass with postmodern archerysurrouded with 1500

Congress Center
Located inside of the Hotel, CongressMeeting Rooms are at the same center with the ReceptionLobby. Bringing all of the new technology, total 3309 m² large 15 salons1425 m² up, 396 m² down, created from two foyers.

With it´s unique two floored for 200 person Auditorium, small seminar rooms, for 1500 person meeting salons, wide foyer area, will serve you with all of it´s unique technology for your meetingsall kinds of organizations.

For receptionsshows ideal place, the foyer area 1425 m² wide, total of 5200 m² large, two floored congress salons with it´s unique different entrance parking lot.

All rooms have Telephone, Mini bar, Hair Dryer, Central heatingcooling, Satellite TV System, 1 info Channel (German, English, TurkishRussian) Internet connection is possible in rooms (extra), electronic safe box, shampoo in bathrooms, shower gelbathtubs. Handicapped rooms do not contain bathtubs.Non smoking rooms are available upon request. Rooms are special designedcan be color changeable for the guests pleasure.


The Taurus mountain range of southern Anatolia runs parallel to the Mediterranean in an east-west direction, resulting in the formation of narrow coastal plains, which are surrounded by mountains on three sidesopen to the south sea. On some parts of the coast, where the mountains plunge sharply into the sea, small natural bayspeninsulas are formed. Antalya is situated on a plain which consists of two flat areas formed of falez rock at a height of 35 m, where the mountains recede from the shore. - The province of Antalya is located between the north latitudes of 36,07° - 37,29°east longitudes of 29,20° - 32,35°. Since the area is closed to the cold northerly winds, it is characterized by the typical Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summersmoderately warmrainy winters. In the area with sunny weather for 10 months a year the temperature climbs up to 45°C in JulyAugust. The sea breezethe northeasterly winds blowing from inland relieve the area under this temperature.

In rivers raftingcanoeing sportson the Taurus mountains jeep safari, huntingtrekking tours are organised. Alternatively, there is rock-climbing, bird watching tourism, photo-safari, mountain tourism, line fishinghealth tourism at the thalassodialysis centres. Holy tourism activities are organized in Myra, St.NicholasPatara. There are underwater diving centres on the coast, primarily in Kemer, Çamyuva, Olympos, Adrasan, Kaş, Kalkan, Üçağız, Kekova, SideAlanya. In addition, yacht tours are organized. There are also boat tours on Manavgat creekcanoe tours on Xanthos creek. In addition, blue voyage, which covers the southwestern Anatolian coast, ends in Antalya. There are ferryboat trips from Alanya to Cyprusfrom Antalya to Italy. Antalya today is a world tourism centre with its unique touristic accommodation facilities, naturehistorical beauties. The city of Antalya is managed by a governora city council, with one greater citythree district municipalities.


As a result of the research conducted at the Karain cavern located to the north of the city it is understood that the area has been inhabited since the prehistorical era. It is known that the Turquoise/Etruscan tribes moving southwards from the Euroasian steppes in around 3000 B.C. settledfounded their city in the Antalya region as in all of Anatolia. The area is named Ahhiyava in the Hittite inscriptions. It is understood that the LuwiLukka tribes of the Turquoises also settled in the mountainous Psidia, LyciaPamphilia regions located within the city limits of Antalya. The area went under the reign of Kimmer in the 7th century, subsequently followed by Persians, Macedonians, Pers, RomansByzantines and, finally, was seized by the Turks in 1207. The root of the name of the city is understood to be “Attala”, that is, “the City of Hakan, son of God” in the Turquoise/Luwi language. It served as the centre of the Teke Sanjak in the lands of Karamanoğulları for a certain period of time, then subordinated to the province of Konya in the 19th centuryfinally became a province in 1923. The city which was “Adalia” during the RomanByzantine eras has been converted into Antalya today through phonetic pronunciation.


Thanks to its historical background the Antalya region enjoys a rich cultureethnography. In addition to the characteristics of settled cultures, the local people also synthesised the characteristics of the yörük (nomadic) culture, thus establishing a unique culture of their own.

Dönerciler Çarşısı is an authentic spot where the local dishes are found. There are fish restaurants, where all types of seafood are served, in Doğu Garajı, Meltem Çarşısıon LaraKonyaaltı beaches. Moreover, Döner GazinoRestaurant located on Tünek Tepe present a splendid panorama of Antalya. Antalya folklore includes zeybek dances to music generally played on the saz, with wooden spoons, small drumsthe tambourine. On parts of the Taurus mountains religious folk dances, called sema, are performed by yörüks. Yörüks also have instrumental-only folk dance tunes, called “boğaz” tunes. Antalya today is a world tourismcultural centre with its tourism potential increasing every year. With its numerous accommodation centres, restaurantstourism activities from Alanya to Fethiye it serves both summerwinter tourism. Various international fairs are organised in the city every year, primarily being the tourism fair at the Expo Centrethe foodbeverage fairs aimed at tourism, such as Touristic Enterprises equipment. Among the important artisticcultural activities are the international Golden Orange Film Festival organised every year, Classical Music Festivals organised at Aspendos Theatre, exhibitions, concerts, seminars, conferencescolloquiums for tourists, organised at the Glass Pyramidthe Atatürk Cultural Centre. The city also enjoys the amenities of modern life thanks to its modern theatres, art houses, exhibition hallssymphony orchestra.
Old Antalya is located in a place now known as Kaleiçi. Kaleiçi contains ruins dating back thousands of years, temples, churches, basilicas715 houses47 monuments from the time of the SeljukOttoman dwellings. Most of these having been restored, they serve tourism. The foremost work of art dating from the Roman era in the region is Hadrian´s Gate, built in 139 A.D. in commemoration of the Emperor Hadrian´s visit to the city. Also known as Üç Kapılar, this two-tier monumental gate has three arches8 columns with Corinthian capitals set upon pedestals at the façaderear. There are square watch towers on either side of the gate. On the western falez rock end of the Antalya Park, the 14-metre high, two-tier Hıdırlık Tower is visible. Dating from the Roman era, it is thought to have been used as a lighthouse. The tower, with a square basethe upper part built of rounded carved stone blocks,remains of frescoes visible on its inner walls, was later used as a basilica. The symbols of the city, Yivli Minare (The Grooved Minaret)Ulu Cami Külliyesi, were built upon the remains of the Byzantine church by Sultan Alaaddin in 1230.

To the west there is a Selçuklu Hamamı (Seljuk Hamam) with walls built of rubble stones, a steam room with a square layouta roof made of round domes. The Clock Tower, onto which a clock was placed at a later period, is situated at a site known as Castle Gateis one of the watch towers built on either side of the gate in order to protect it

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• Abstracts should only be submitted via e-mail.
• All abstracts must be submitted in English.
• The presenting author must register to the congress.
• Only the abstracts of registered presenting authors will be included in the programbook of abstracts.

• Abstract Deadline
Abstracts must be received online by the Symposium Agency ( not later than August 19, 2011. Faxed abstracts will not be accepted. No correctionschanges will be allowed after submission.
• Abstract Content
The following sections MUST be in the abstract:
The use of graphs, tables, equationsline drawings is strongly recommended. Invitedplenary speakers need not to follow the above outline; however they MUST submit an abstract.
• How to Submit Your Paper
Only online submission to the Symposium Agency ( is accepted.
• Style Guide
Times New Roman, 12 points
Left: 2.0 cm, Right: 3.0 cm, Top: 2.5 cm, Bottom: 3 cm
Body Text:
Allowed number of figures (tablespictures) is limited to a total of 8.
Abstracts are limited to 7500 characters.
Single spaced
No indentation for the beginning of paragraphs
Submit in Word (2003newer) files.
Photosline art MUST BE electronically embedded within the text of the document.
• Please note that figures may be resized to fit in the final printed material.
• Please check the web site for updates of abstract submission details.
• Abstracts will be accepted as poster communications.
• Poster presentations must be prepared as 90 cm x 100 cm (width x height)
• Acceptance letters for poster presentations will be sent to the presenting authors via e-mail by August 26, 2011.


Scientific Committee

Yılmaz Çapan
Hacettepe University, Turkey (Chairman)

Achim Goepferich
University of Regensburg, Germany

Hamid Ghandehari
University of Utah, USA

Hayat Alkan-Onyuksel
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Juan Irache
University of Navarra, Spain

Oya Alpar
University of London, UK

Paolo Colombo
University of Parma, Italy

Patrick Couvreur
University of Paris-Sud, France

Paul Heng
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Philippe Maincent
University of Nancy, France

Roderick Walker
Rhodes University, South Africa

Simon Benita
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Tom Sam
Merck Sharp & Dohme

Yoshiaki Kawashima
Aichi Gakuin University, Japan

Local Organizing Committee

Prof.Dr. Yılmaz Çapan,
Hacettepe University, Turkey (Chairman)

Prof.Dr. Nurşen Ünlü,
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Prof.Dr. Levent Öner,
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Prof.Dr. Süeda Hekimoğlu,
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Prof.Dr. Sema Çalış,
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Prof.Dr. Sevda Şenel,
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Prof.Dr. Selma Şahin,
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Assoc. Prof. Dr. İmran Vural,
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Betül Arıca,
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Erem Bilensoy ,
Hacettepe University, Turkey (Scientific Secretary)

Assoc. Prof. Dr. R. Neslihan Gürsoy,
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Assist. Prof. Dr. Sibel Pehlivan,
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Hakan Eroğlu,
Hacettepe University, Turkey


Scientific Secretary
Assoc. Prof. Erem Bilensoy
Hacettepe University Faculty of Pharmacy
Department of Pharmaceutical Technology
Yıldız, Çankaya / Ankara - TURKEY
Phone : +90.312 305 21 68
Fax : +90.312 305 43 69

Official Symposium Agency
DMR Congress / Incentive / Organization
Hollanda Cad. 696 Sok. No:22/9-10
Yıldız, Çankaya / Ankara - TURKEY
Phone : +90.312 442 01 50
Fax : +90.312 442 04 10

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