SYMPOSIUM ON MOLECULAR ARCHITECTURES FOR FLUORESCENT IMAGING OF CELLS
The SYMPOSIUM ON MOLECULAR ARCHITECTURES FOR FLUORESCENT IMAGING OF CELLS will provide you a great opportunity to present, discuss and learn about the latest insights in the field of fluorescent molecular imaging. We have four exciting sessions lined up that will cover the fields of
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There will be a distinguished international group of speakers, and a balanced mix of student and PI presenters. The poster session on Wednesday will give you an additional opportunity for further scientific discussions in a loose atmosphere.
The Symposium will start on Wednesday afternoon with the first session in the Audimax on Campus South and a poster session in the evening. The next two days will be 30 minute oral presenations, short talks and discussions until friday noon. If you are interested in speaking, please indicate a title and submit a brief abstract during your registration. We will accommodate as many speakers as possible. The Symposium On Molecular Architectures For Fluorescent Imaging Of Cells is open to anyone who wants to attend.
Here you can find the temporary program ► PDF
The Symposium will be held in the Building 30.95 Auditorium, which is called AudiMax and is located at KIT-Campus South. Campus South is located in the city center of Karlsruhe and can easily be reached by public transport (tram station: Durlacher Tor/KIT Campus Süd). Directions to the KIT by car or by plane can also be found here.
Download the poster list (coming soon)
ATTENDEE AND PRESENTER INFOS
Abtract Submission for oral and poster presentations: Extended until 31. August
Registration Deadline: Until 30. September
► Registration is now open!
If you are interested in presenting a poster or in speaking, please indicate a title and submit a brief abstract during your registration.
Abstract should include at least:- Title - Surename, lastname of all authors, presenter underlined - E-mail for correspondence - Name and address of your institution - Summary (continuous text) - ideally at least one significant figure or scheme - references
Prof. Hans-Achim Wagenknecht (GRK spokesperson): wagenknecht∂kit.edu
Dr. Franziska Rönicke (GRK coordination): franziska.roenicke∂kit.edu
Pinar Sancar (GRK office): pinar.sancar∂kit.edu