- Housing on-site in a modern, four-star hotel,
- Full board including beverages,
- Gala dinner,
- Airport transfers on the first and last conference days,
- Coffee breaks and drinks at poster sessions,
- Excursion to Warsaw city center.
Details of payment will be sent to successful applicants.
Abstracts must be submitted using the online abstract submission link. All abstracts must be in English and have a maximum length of 350 words.
Posters must be A0 (841 mm x 1189 mm).
In case the conference is oversubscribed the organizing committee will select individual participants based on the following criteria:
- Scientific content of an abstract
- Scientific relevance of the conference to participants own work
- Number of participants from the same lab
During registration, please indicate the name of a person with whom you would like to share a double room.
A limited number of travel grants, in part funded by EMBO, will be available for PhD students and post-docs,. To be eligible for travel grants, you have to be formally registered and accepted for the meeting, i.e. travel grant applications must be filed after the payment deadline of June 20, 2017. To apply for travel grants, please send an mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, stating the reasons for applying and including a CV.
The travel grants will be allocated on the basis of the quality of the abstract submitted, with priority given to scientists of any nationality working in laboratories in: Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Malta, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Turkey. A maximum of €500 per travel grant can be awarded but depending on the number of applicants, the amount of the travel grant may be lowered to include more participants.
In addition, there will be at least two travel grants exclusively for participants of any nationality working in laboratories in India, Singapore and Taiwan. A maximum of €1,000 per travel grant can be awarded but depending on the number of applicants, the amount of the travel grant may be lowered to include more participants.