Nordic Natural Product Conference

June 9 – 12, 2019

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Welcome to the Nordic Natural Product Conference 2019 in Flúðir, Iceland

It has become a tradition for Nordic natural products scientists to meet every other year for a conference in one of the five Nordic countries. Ten years ago we met at Hotel Geysir in Iceland for a very successful meeting and now it is our turn again for NNPC 2019.

Natural product research is a broad, interdisciplinary field of science. It contributes with knowledge and understanding of nature’s clever solutions and chemical diversity, and as proven by many examples, may lead to commercial exploitation and drug development. Collaboration is the key to success and scientists need opportunities to meet and discuss their common interests.

NNPC 2019 will be held at Hotel Flúðir in southern Iceland, 1,5 hours drive from Reykjavik. The purpose of the conference is to learn about each other´s research projects, exchange knowledge and experience and last but not least, to get to know each other in a countryside atmosphere.

The organizing committee looks forward to meeting you in the bright Icelandic spring of 2019!

Elín Soffía Ólafsdóttir
Kristín Ingólfsdóttir
Elvar Örn Viktorsson

Organized by
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Health Sciences, University of Iceland

Organizing Committee
Elín Soffía Ólafsdóttir
Kristín Ingólfsdóttir
Elvar Örn Viktorsson

Nordic Advisory Board
Sweden: Anders Backlund
Denmark: Dan Stærk
Norway: Helle Wagensteen
Finland: Adyary Fallarero


Prof. Dr. Deniz Tasdemir


Professor Paul Cos

Programme (PDF)

Registration & Accommodation

Registration is now open

To secure your spot on NNPC 2019 as well as your accommodation, we recommend that you submit your registration with hotel booking as early as possible.

Rooms have been reserved for the conference at following hotel and guesthouse at Flúðir:

Hótel Flúð
Single room:      ISK 26.900
Double room:    ISK 30.600

Guesthouse Flúð
Single room:      ISK 21.000
Double room:    ISK 24.000

Price is per room per night including breakfast.

Booking for accommodation is made directly via the registration form alongside the conference registration.


Fees, Terms & Conditions

Registration fee before 1 May:                ISK 75.000
Registration fee after 1 May:                   ISK 90.000
Student fee before 1 May:                        ISK 60.000
Student fee after 1 May:                           ISK 72.000

Included in the registration fee:
Conference for 2 and ½ day, with refreshments during coffee breaks, 3 lunches and 3 dinners.

Not included in the registration fee:
Accommodation during the conference is not included.
Transport to / from Flúðir is not included.

Both accommodation and transport can be booked through the registration link. 

  • All payments are on-line credit/debit cards payments
  • Accepted credit cards are: VISA, MasterCard, Diners and AMEX
  • On-line payments are guaranteed through secured site

Important dates

Deadline for Abstract submission has been extended to:
1 April

Notification of abstracts:
30 April

Abstract submission
Abstract submission is now open


Authors are invited to submit abstracts to the conference. Abstracts should be submitted through the abstract submission form. All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by referees.

Submission guidelines

Abstracts must be written in English.

Title: The abstract title should be in initial capital case and then lower case, not all capitals.

Author(s): Authors’ names should be supplied as asked for in the abstract registration form.

Affiliation: All affiliations should contain institution, city and country.

Abstract text: Sub-headings e.g. Background, Methods, Finding and Conclusion is to be included. Abstract text should not exceed 200 words. Table and figures in abstract are not allowed.

You can select preferred presentation

  • Oral
  • Poster

Keywords if applicable.

Flúðir and surroundings

Flúðir is a rapidly growing community in the centre of Hrunamannahreppur district, about 25 minutes off the main Ring Road.

The area is considered to be very fertile and beautiful. Litla-Laxá, a clear spring river runs through the village in an attractive basin. Miðfell, a small mountain, towers over Flúðir, and gives the surrounding area a distinctive look. Good walking and riding paths lie to the top of Miðfell. Up there you will find an impressive lake and from the top there is a great view over the area.

The main sources of employment in Flúðir are services, industry and horticulture. Geothermal heat is utilised for greenhouses, and here is the biggest mushroom factory in Iceland. The surrounding area is a popular location for summerhouses. Flúðir has excellent services available for visitors. Among those are a grocery store, a restaurant, a swimming pool, a camping ground, an information centre, a golf course, a horse rental, a bank, a post office and a small airfield. Close to Flúðir you will find Gullfoss, Geysir and Thingvellir.

Read more about Flúðir and its surroundings at the Visit South Iceland website.

Conference Venue

Icelandair Hotel Fludir is a stylish hotel in the Icelandic countryside, only about an hour drive from Reykjavik. See route map from downtown Reykjavik to the hotel.

While there are unique wonders of nature all around, three national parks are nearby: Gullfoss, Geysir and Þingvellir. Together, these make up the Golden Circle, a gem of Southern Iceland and easily accessible from Icelandair Hotel Fludir. At the restaurant, enjoy fresh vegetables and other local ingredients close to the source. South Iceland has adventures waiting nearby for everyone, whether it is visiting the greenhouses, fishing for salmon or horseback riding on Icelandic ponies, you can be sure to find something for everyone.

When the adventures are done for the day, grab a bite and a drink from the bar and grill and head over to the garden to relax. In the garden, you can enjoy a tranquil evening soaking in a geothermal heated hot tub or cozied up with a blanket by the fireplace, under dancing northern lights or the midnight sun.

It’s not a typical hotel experience, it is a night to remember.

About Iceland
General Info
Practical Info

General Information

Iceland’s capital and the northernmost capital city in the world, Reykjavík, was founded in 1786.

The city is vibrant and offers most of the conveniences and attractions usually associated with major capitals of the world. Its amazing array of possibilities is why Reykjavik is sometimes called the biggest little capital in the world.

In Reykjavik you have opportunities for historical sites, natural beauty, museums and galleries, public parks, excellent shopping, a wide range of leisure activities, hotels, restaurants and a remarkably lively artistic scene.

The official tourism website of the Reykjavík Capital Area is

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Thank you for your participation!

Many thanks to all the participants of NNPC 2019 for a fantastic conference 9 - 12 June 2019 in Flúðir, Iceland