Course on indirect calorimetry

Organised by Wageningen Institute of Animal Sciences (WIAS), Animal Nutrition

Thu 15 September 2016 16:00 until Sat 17 September 2016 14:30

Venue Krakow, Poland

Directly after the 5th International Symposium on Energy and Protein Metabolism and Nutrition in Krakow, Poland from September 12-15, 2016, Wageningen University, the Netherlands (WU), and the INRA, Rennes, FR will jointly organize a workshop on indirect calorimetry and selected applications. The course will be held on September 15-17, 2016 in Krakow.       

For whom?

The course is aimed at educating those (PhD students, technical staff, researchers) who are, or aim to use measurements of gaseous exchange (CO2, O2, CH4, etc.) in their research program, and/or are setting up facilities in which those measures can be performed, either with or without climate control.


About 30 minutes walking from the ISEP venue.

Registration and fee

For registration please download the registration form, complete and send it by email to the secretariat of the Animal Nutrition Group, Wageningen University: You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

The Registration Fee will be €350, - for PhD students and €700, - for other participants. It includes breaks on Friday-Sunday, lunch on Friday and Saturday and the book: “Indirect Calorimetry – techniques, computations and applications”, which will be used as course material. Lodging arrangements are your responsibility, but the ISEP organising committee recommends you to extend your stay at the same accommodation you are staying at during the ISEP conference.

The maximum number of participants is 40, and will be dealt with on a first-come first serve basis. If the number of registrations does not exceed 15 the course will be cancelled. In that case, registrants will be notified before June 1st. Payment of the registration fee is due on June 30st. You will receive payment details after registration.

WIAS students

For WIAS students with an approved training and supervision program, registration costs are partly compensated for by WIAS.