XI International Molinology Conference


The international conferences on Molinology, which have been promoted by ACEM for two decades, set a quality benchmark for the research on mills and traditional devices. The Minutes of these conferences have brought to light the outstanding cultural, social, natural and symbolic values of milling heritage from the point of view of different fields of study, such as History, Architecture, Engineering, Art History and environment.

The driving force behind the XI Conference is the desire to create synergies at international level in order to promote this heritage from an interdisciplinary approach.

Scientific area

Here you will find The International Conferences on Molinology program, it will approach the next thematic areas:

- Intangible Cultural Heritage, History, cataloguing and protection
- Architecture, Engineering, landscape, interventions and new uses.
- Networking and virtual museums, new technologies, tourism, heritage interpretation and dissemination.

Registration procedure

Here you will find the registration form. Priority for attendance will be given to participants submitting abstract proposals for oral and poster presentation – even though they have not been accepted by the scientific committee.

Any remaining places will be then available to attendees without oral or poster presentation and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, according to the chronological order of submission of the registration form.


Palma has a wide variety of hotels. Thanks to the Hoteliers Association of Palma de Mallorca (ASHPAMA), the some hotels offer a 10% discount on their fares to the participants in the XI International Molinology Conference.

You can also rent a flat or an apartment.

Accompanying Persons Programme

The accompanying  persons have the possibility to join some guided tours. This way they will be able to visit some of the most interesting places in Mallorca, like Sóller, the Bellver Castle or Palma's old town. 

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International Molinology Conference