Date & Venue: 22 – 25 May 2022, Harnack-Haus, Berlin
Organizers: Regine Hengge & Mihaela Pruteanu (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Scientific Committee: Susanne Häussler, Regine Hengge, Urs Jenal, Lotte Søgaard-Andersen and Jörg Stülke
Contact: Mihaela Pruteanu
Please note the Programme of the SPP1879 International Symposium:
Sunday, May 22, starting at 5 pm with registration, poster set up and dinner (included in the conference fee) – Wednesday, May 25, end of the meeting around 1 pm.
Directions to the conference venue Harnack-Haus:
Accommodation at the Harnack-Haus:
For the invited speakers and SPP 1879 members: Check-in/Check-out The guest rooms are available from 3 pm on the day of arrival. Guests must check out by 11 am.
Application and registration is now closed
Abstract submission and Application deadline: February 28, 2022
Registration deadline: March 15, 2022
The conference fee is 500 Euro. It covers all conference expenses (conference room rental, technical service, abstract booklet, name tags and coffee breaks), lunch and dinner during the conference (including the dinner at HABEL am Reichstag in Berlin Mitte on Tuesday evening), but not accommodation.
COVID-19 SAFETY RULES
Covid rules are being dropped in Berlin from April 1, 2022. The Harnack-Haus is following the requirements of the Federal Infection Protection Act, according to which distance rules will then no longer have to be observed. Likewise, the requirement to wear a mask will no longer apply. There are no longer any access restrictions. There are no longer any access restrictions.
A voluntary test is nevertheless recommended.
A free testing station is located at the entrance to the lecture hall (open Monday – Friday from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm).
Please check the Harnack-Haus website for current information:
Guidelines for the presenters of a poster presentation
Please bring along a printed copy of your poster (max. A0 format, in portrait orientation,
84.1 cm width x 118.9 cm height). There will be no opportunity to print your poster at the conference site.
Please attach your poster to a poster board at the designated place: the poster board number will correspond to the number assigned to your poster in the final programme. We will provide push pins to attach your poster to the poster board.
Guidelines for the presenters of an oral presentation
We kindly ask all presenters of an oral presentation to prepare a PowerPoint presentation in a widescreen format (16:9), with a duration of 20-25 minutes for invited talks (with additional 5 minutes for discussion) and 10 minutes for short talks (with additional 5 minutes for discussion).
Please bring your presentation on a USB stick or please bring your own laptop. If more than 3 presenters in a session, we may ask the presenters of short talks to upload their presentations on the laptop in the conference room (Hahn Lecture Hall).
Please upload your presentation 15 minutes prior to the session on the laptop in the lecture hall or connect your own laptop. A technician will be around to assist you.
We cannot guarantee compatibility between another presentation format and the laptop in the lecture hall. We ask presenters that intend to bring their own format to notify the session leader in advance and bring their own laptop and adapter cable.
We will provide a wireless presentation pointer, but the presenters could bring their own pointer if they prefer to use it.