The venue for AMSIC-2 is the UNISA Science Campus, Florida, Johannesburg.
The UNISA Science Campus is a "green" campus, which was built using energy-efficient design principles. Since sustainability is one of UNISA key research focus areas, every part of the construction, from the concrete to the bicycle parking area, has been designed with the environment in mind.
The Campus offers state-of-the-art laboratories and high-end equipment, thereby advancing science education and research at a national level. It contains 12 buildings, a library, two auditoriums and a large study area. The new laboratories are for teaching and learning, and research purposes. The modern facilities and equipment not only enable the training of both undergraduate and postgraduate students, but also attract international scholars and researchers to the campus to do research or participate in collaborative research activities.
The Science Campus creates an environment that truly stimulates research and innovation, supports researchers and scientists, and meets the educational and training needs of UNISA’s distance learning students, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The congress is co-organized by the campus (the University South Africa) and the African Membrane Society (AMSIC).
HOUSING Please click on the "ACCOMMODATION" page for more details.
Contact in Johannesburg :
For help please contact the Secretary of the Conference
Ms Thereza Botha
Cell: +27 (0) 83 375 7373
TRANSPORT Please click on the "ACCOMMODATION" page for more details.
University of South Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa
Corner Christiaan de Wet and Pioneer Streets