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Please note that originally this workshop has a participation number is limited to 100 persons.
Due to COVID19 we will decide whether this number is appropriate to comply with the new regulations of social distancing. If this is not the case we will inform the participants and limit the participation to a lower number.
Applications for oral or poster contributions or for simple participation are welcome.
We especially encourage young scientists (PhDs, postdoctoral researchers) to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations.
Registration fees are as following (to be confirmed):
Student (PhD and master) = 250 euros
Post-docs and senior participants = 350 euros
Registration fee will include: lunches and coffee/tea breaks, workshop material and the excursion. The social dinner cost is not included in the registration fee and will be paid separately.
The new deadline for registration is 1st August 2020.
FDN scholarships will be awarded to PhD students to cover the participation fee.
FDN will provide (through Dynamic Biosensors sponsorship) 4 scholarships covering the fee for the workshop (€ 250) to PhD students. To apply for the scholarship please submit an abstract and a short CV by email. Deadline for fellowship submission is 15th of April 2020 (extended to 1st of August due to COVID-19 emergency).
The deadline for abstract submission for oral and poster presentation is 1st April, 2020 (extended to 1st of August after postponement due to COVID-19 emergency).
Please send the abstract by email to (firstname.lastname@example.org) using the template (download here).
Authors will be notified of abstract acceptance by 15th April 2020 (extended to 15th of August after postponement due to COVID-19 emergency).
Invited lectures will be allocated 25 plus 5 minutes for discussions. 15 plus 5 minutes for discussion will be allocated for oral contributions (or 8 + 2 minutes for discussion for short presentations).
The poster presentations (A0, portrait format or 70 cm width x 100 cm height) will be an important part of the conference. Two official poster sessions are planned. However, the posters will be on display during the whole conference, so that there is also time to look at the posters during the breaks. Poster contributors will be also given the opportunity to present their poster results with “flash” presentations. More details will follow.