While submitting their abstract, all participants should choose one of the following topics for their presentation:
1. Cell adhesion, the actin cytoskeleton and cell mechanics
2. Membrane structure, including mimetics and the extracellular matrix
4. Cells on patterned substrates
5. Mechanics of bio-molecules
6. Active systems and motility
The exact formats of the presentation will be published shortly.
Contributed talks of 15 to 20 minutes are solicited from younger scientists who have recently established their own independent research and have contributed substantially to the field (including tenure track or junior professors, group-leaders, recently appointed professors, senior independent post-docs and others at an equivalent level). About 35 scientist will be selected from this group for oral presentations.
Please register as soon as possible using the “registration” link on the main page to stay in touch with new developments.
In addition, please submit:
Submissions should be sent before May 20, 2009 by email to email@example.com with the subject of the mail as “Oral presentation”.
N.B: Your submissions as listed above should ONLY be sent by email and NOT uploaded through the online system. Thank you!
The selection will be made by the organizing committee with the help of the advisory board on the basis of the quality of the work and its and relevance to the topics of the conference.
The decision will be communicated to the applicants by July 1st, 2009.
Those who wish to participate at PhysCell2009 should register as soon as possible using the “registration” link on the main page to stay in touch with new developments.
All participants who are not presenting oral contributions are highly encouraged to present posters.
The participants will present the posters on one of the two poster sessions. The sessions will take place on Monday and Thursday evenings. The posters can be exposed from Sunday until Tuesday, and from Wednesday until Friday.
** THE POSTER SHOULD NOT EXCEED 90 CM IN WIDTH AND 120 CM IN LENGTH.
VELCRO STICKERS WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE ORGANIZERS TO ATTACH THE POSTERS TO THE POSTER BOARD
There will be a “best poster” award .
The earlybird registration fee is applicable for students eligible for a grant!
The grant application should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org entitled “Grant application”.
N.B: Your grant application as listed above should ONLY be sent by email and NOT uploaded through the online system. Thank you!
A single laboratory can obtain only one grant.
Candidates from Eastern European countries and developing countries will be given priority.
Selected candidates will be informed no later than 1th July 2009.
Instead of publishing the conference proceedings for PhysCell2009, we have arranged for the possibility that all participants contribute to the November issue of ChemPhysChem.