8th Visegrad Symposium on Structural Systems Biology
Congress Center Miraj Resort Lučenec, Slovakia, June 20 – 23, 2018
International Scientific Committee:
Imre G. Csismadia, University of Miskolc, Hungary and University of Toronto, Canada
Rűdiger Ettrich, University of South Bohemia in Česke Budějovice, Czech Republic
Babak Minofar, University of South Bohemia in Česke Budějovice, Czech Republic
Joanna Sulkowska, University of Warsaw, Poland
Jan Urban, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia
Bela Viskolcz, University of Miskolc, Hungary
Local Organizing Committee:
8th Visegrad Symposium on Structural Systems Biology is the continuation of previous successful conferences organized by four Visegrad countries. The aim of the organizers of the symposium is to follow the tradition of previously organized meetings in the field of computational simulations and spectroscopy of biologically relevant systems.
There will be 30 min invited lectures covering recent advances in the topics of the Symposium. Other contributions will be presented in one poster session. This poster session provides the main forum for the presentation of new work and for the discussion of recent progress. A few of the contributions will be selected for oral presentation (20 min lectures).
CONFERENCE DATES AND LOCATION:
The 8th Visegrad Symposium on Structural Systems Biology will be held in the Congress Center Miraj Resort in Lučenec, which is cultural and economic centre of Novohrad and natural geographical centre of the southern part of central Slovakia. It lies in the western part of the Lučenec Valley. Lučenec has a continental climate with four alternating seasons. Congress Center Miraj Resort is situated at the north part of Lučenec (district Opatová) which is a modern center for organizing of symposia and conferences.
Lučenec can be reached also by public transportation (for detailed information see conference homepage).
8th Visegrad Symposium will start on the afternoon of June 20 (Wednesday) with registration, first session, dinner and will end on the morning of June 23, 2013 (Saturday) with breakfast. Lectures are held in morning and afternoon sessions and the lunch break will be free for discussion, reading or recreation. The participants will be accommodated in the Congress Center, one bed (limited), and double bed rooms. All presentations and the joint meals (dinner) will be organized in the Resort.
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS:
All contributions will be published in “Book of Abstracts”, which will be distributed to all participants at the beginning of the Symposium. The individual contributions should not exceed 1 (one) page including figures and references and should be produced using the template available at the Conference Homepage. The size of these pages should be A4 (210×297 mm or 8.5×11″) and a margin of 25 mm should be left clear on all four sides of these pages. These abstracts may be submitted only by e-mail (as attachment) using a Microsoft Word document (DOC), OpenOffice/LibreOffice (ODT) or Rich Text Format (RTF). Please underline the name of the poster presenter.
DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:
The abstracts must be received by the local organizing committee (email address: email@example.com) before June 8, 2018.
CONFERENCE AND ACCOMMODATION FEES:
The conference fee for participants will be 250 EUR. This fee is not applicable for invited speakers. The fee for accompanying person 150 EUR in double rooms. The conference fee for students will be 120 EUR per person. The Full Conference and Accommodation Fee includes breakfast and
dinner (starting with the dinner on Wednesday evening and ending with the breakfast on Saturday morning), coffee breaks and accommodation in twin bedrooms. Please note that the number of participants is limited to about 80 due to the capacity of the lecture hall available. Registrations will be handled on a first come first serve basis, thus please register at your earliest convenience.
For more details (e.g. travel information) and online registration see the conference homepage.