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Emerging concepts in cell organization

10 – 15 January 2017 | Goldegg am See, Austria

Registration deadline

01 November 2016

Abstract submission deadline

01 November 2016

Selected participants will be notified by

10 November 2016

Payment deadline

15 November 2016

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About the workshop

This EMBO Workshop aims to revisit the structural and functional organization of eukaryotic cells taking into account new emerging concepts, e.g. inter-organelle communication and new approaches, e.g. new analytical methods based on mathematics and physics. It focuses on:

  1. The regulation of classical and unconventional biosynthetic and endocytic trafficking
  2. The inter-organelle communication at membrane contact sites, their role in lipid transfer and autophagy.
  3. The link between membrane traffic, signaling and metabolism
  4. The link between membrane traffic and diseases
  5. The physics of membrane and non-membrane compartment dynamics.

The venue is ideal for fostering discussions and exchanges of ideas. The EMBO Workshop has an established track-record for ensuring that the young European participants are exposed to inter-disciplinary research at the forefront of their field.

 

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Programme

 

Registration

Registration deadline

01 November 2016

Abstract submission deadline

01 November 2016

Selected participants will be notified by

10 November 2016

Payment deadline

15 November 2016

 

Single Room

EUR850

twin Room

EUR800

 

 

Registration includes:

  • 5 nights accommodation in a single or double room with all meals included
  • Coffee/refreshments during session breaks
  • Two drinks receptions
  • Local transport to/from Salzburg airport
  • Excursions.

Selection Criteria

In the event of the conference being oversubscribed the organizing committee will select individual participants based on the following criteria:

  1. Scientific content of abstract
  2. Scientific relevance of conference to participants own work
  3. Number of participants from the same lab
  4. Date of application.

Abstract Guidelines

Participants are welcome to submit abstracts on these topics, (but not limited to):

  • The secretory pathway and unconventional secretion
  • Trafficking and disease
  • Endosomal/ lysosomal pathway and beyond
  • Regulation by signaling mechanisms
  • The inter-organelle communication at membrane contact sites, their role in lipid transfer and autophagy
  • Signaling, membrane traffic and metabolism
  • Membrane mechanics

Abstracts must be submitted using the online abstract submission link. Do not fax, mail or email your abstracts as they will not be considered. All abstracts must be submitted in English and have a maximum length of 350 words.

Poster Specifications

Please bring one printed copy of your poster:
1m x 1.5m (length x height)

The posters will be available for viewing throughout the entire meeting. Each person will give a brief oral presentation. Participants may display ‘virtual posters’ (e.g. live demonstration of research on presenter's laptop).

Payment

Bank account details will be sent to accepted participants.

 

 

 

Contact

Marino Zerial

Phone: +49 351 210 1100

Secretary Phone: +49 351 210 2756

Email: zerial@mpi-cbg.de

 

 

 
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Venue

The lectures and posters are hosted in Goldegg castle:

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Kultur- und Seminarzentrum Schloss Goldegg,

Austria,

5622 Goldegg,

Hofmark 1

 

Tel: +43 6415 8234-0

Email: schlossgoldegg@aon.at

Web: http://www.schlossgoldegg.at/

Accommodation Details

All participants are housed in 2 adjacent hotels, less than 10 metres apart and some smaller hotels around the castle. The hotels are modern and comfortable and offer excellent food. The speakers and participants will occupy all available rooms in one hotel and most of the rooms in the adjacent hotel. This allows us to mingle exclusively and creates a collegial atmosphere. The particpants will have breakfast in one of the hotels, while lunch and dinner are served at Hotel Seehof for all participants.

Hotel Seehof: http://www.derseehof.at/
Hotel Post: http://www.hotelpost-goldegg.at/
Hotel am Schloss: http://www.hotelamschloss.at/

Transport

Airports
Salzburg airport: 45 minutes drive to Goldegg am See, buses will be arranged.
Munich airport: 240 km from Goldegg am See.
Train
By train: Schwarzach im Pongau: 10 minutes by taxi to Goldegg.

About The Area

Goldegg am See is a small Austrian village about 45 minutes from Salzburg airport. http://www.goldeggamsee.at/

Goldegg is an attractive, quiet village on a lake which provides a secluded environment for the workshop. The lectures and posters are hosted in Goldegg castle: http://www.schlossgoldegg.at/

Skiing area Sportwelt amadé is very close, which offers excellent slopes for down-hill skiing. An idyllic cross-country skiing slope is directly in front of the hotels around Goldegg-lake.

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