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International Physics of Living Systems Network (iPoLS)

2019 Annual Meeting - Martinsried/Munich, Germany

July 8-11, 2019

Scope of the Workshop

This annual meeting brings together scientists from the international Physics of Living Systems Research Network (iPOLS), a trans-national network of graduate students, graduate student educators, and researchers, working at the interface between biology and physics.

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Program

The meeting will consist of four days of networking and exciting talks from students and faculty members of the PoLS Network. Sessions will be arranged by institutions. There will also be two poster sessions and an "Unconference", consisting of discussions on particular topics. The social program will include a conference dinner and a half-day excursion.

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Registration

Online registration will open in February 2019.

Accommodation

Special hotel rates on double & single rooms have been negotiated and rooms have been blocked for conference participants. Reservations must be made by attendees by contacting the hotel directly, referencing "iPoLS 2019" group block. The group block expires by May 31, 2019.

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Opens external link in new windowHotel Neumair
Opens external link in new windowHotel Erdinger Weißbräu
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Rooms are to be paid by the attendees at a per night rate between €89 and €115.

All four hotels are located in Großhadern and can be easily reached by public transportation (subway U6, stop "Großhadern"). From the hotels, it is 15 min by bus or 25 min walking distance to the conference location.

Workshop Venue

Max-Planck-Institut of Biochemistry

Am Klopferspitz 18
82152 Martinsried / Germany

http://www.biochem.mpg.de/en

Organizers

Prof. Don Lamb, LMU Munich/CeNS
Prof. Petra Schwille, MPI of Biochemistry/CeNS
Prof. Philip Tinnefeld, LMU Munich/CeNS

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Conference Management

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Center for NanoScience (CeNS)
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität

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SFB 1032 "Nanoagents"
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

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MPI of Biochemistry, Martinsried
Dept. Cellular and Molecular Biophysics