Registration, Fees and Policies

Registration, Fees & Policies


Registration & Abstract submission deadline

05 June 2023

Registration Fees

Full                                                                 200€

PhD student                                                  100€

Members FAU                                               50€

Participation social evening (June 30)     60€


Registration includes

  • Conference materials
  • Access to all oral presentations
  • Snacks and drinks during coffee breaks


Please notice that lunches, dinners and accommodation is not included in the registration fee.

Participation at the social evening is possible, for this an extra fee of 60€ is due.

Poster dinner is limited to members of the RTG2740.




Please apply and submit abstract (optional) via email to:




Please note that payment must be submitted only after receipt of conformation that your registration has been accepted. At that point, you will receive an email from the organizers with detailed payment instructions and information about registration refund policy.




Notification of cancellation should be made in writing and send to the scientific coordinator:



Selection criteria

Number of participants is limited to 100. The admission of participants (in case of overbooking) will be on a first come first serve basis. The organizing committee will select submitted abstracts according to the expected scientific impact of the work on the conference and the field.

A presentation of posters for participants outside the RTG2740 is not intended.



Abstract guidelines

  1. Please submit your abstract in English. Consistent American or British spelling should be used throughout.
  2. The combined length of the abstract title and body should not exceed 3,000 characters (including spaces). The author and institution list is not included in the character limit.
  3. Titles should be indicative of the content of the abstract. All words necessary to identify the subject matter should be included in the title. Avoid non-standard abbreviations in abstract titles.
  4. Abstracts must describe in a succinct manner the purposes and results of the research so that the quality, novelty, and comprehensiveness of the work can be evaluated by the scientific committee.
  5. Each abstract should contain:
    • An introductory sentence indicating the purposes of the study;
    • A brief description of pertinent experimental procedures;
    • A summary of the data; and
    • A statement of the conclusions.
    • These should be provided as a single paragraph without any subheading.
  6. Abbreviations may be used in the body of an abstract if they are defined at their first mention in the text. Complex therapeutic regimens must be identified.
  7. No citation, figure, table, or any type of illustration should be added to the abstract.



Short talks

A number of short talks (10 min talk followed by 5 min discussion) – preferentially by early-career scientists – will be selected from the submitted abstracts ahead of the meeting.



Scientific committee

Christian Bogdan, Erlangen

Aline Bozec, Erlangen

Heiko Bruns, Erlangen

Michaela Petter, Erlangen

David Vöhringer, Erlangen

Stefan Wirtz, Erlangen