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ECO Conference 2013

The deadline for abstract and registration submission has been extended until July, 19!th






ECO Final Conference 2013



The ECO project will officially close with the Environmental ChemOinformatics Conference 2013.
The event will take place at Prien, Chiemsee, close to Munich from September 15th-18th, 2013.

The conference will contain eight sessions of scientific presentations and talks, including:

  • Detection of environmental pollutants and products of their biodegradation
  • Experimental and theoretical approaches to chemical mixtures
  • Ecotoxicilogical modelling
  • Mechanistic based QSAR approaches
  • Experimental and theoretical approaches to chemical mixtures
  • IT technologies for toxicity testing
  • Nanotoxicity
  • Modelling fate and metabolism

Additionally, external participants can apply for a talk within the different sessions or the presentation of a poster. Presenters of a talk are given the opportunity to present their results in a peer reviewed paper in a special ATLA - Alternatives to Laboratory Animals issue . The manuscripts can be submitted with the application or later on. Please remark: In case if numerous talk applications, those supported with a manuscript submission will be preferred.
The best talk, as well as best poster will be awarded on Wednesday evening.

The conference contains of the registration on Sunday, a boot tour to Herrenchiemsee, a guided walk through Schloss Herrenchiemsee and a subsequent gala dinner in the castle on Monday, as well as all lunches and coffee breakes.


Registration

Please register here for the conference.

If you want additionally to apply for a poster or a presentation please submit under
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ecoconference2013

Deadline for registration and submission of posters/presentations: July, 19th 2013


Conference fees:

Groups Fees Remarks
External participants 100,- €
External PhD students 50,- € Conformation of PhD status required
ECO fellows -
ECO project leaders, invited speakers -



Please transfer the registration fee with the

reason for transfer: PSP: S-700118-5030-100

to


beneficiary: Helmholtz Zentrum München
bank: Münchner Bank eG
account number: 2158620
bank code: 70190000
IBAN: DE04701900000002158620
BIC: GENODEF1M01



Once the conference fee will be credited to the account, you will receive a confirmation email for your registration. (Although ECO fellows, ECO project leaders and invited speakers are exempt from the registration fee, please register all the same) We kindly ask you to transfer the money within two weeks after registration (please keep deadline of registration)

Transport

To simplify your arrival at Prien, on Sunday we will organize a bus from Munich airport and Munich Central Station. The same will be organised for the departure on Wednesday evening.


Accommodation

We reserved a contingent of rooms at Yacht Hotel Chiemsee for special conditions.

For hotel booking, please, use only this form and send via FAX. In case of online booking, you will always get the information that no more room is available for the requested period, as we have all room reservations.

At least make sure, you indicate that the reservation is for the ECO conference (keyword: ECO), to benefit from the reduced costs.

The granting of the hotel rooms will follow the 'first come, first get' rule. So please make sure you register and book as soon as possible.



Local organisation committee



International organisation committee

  • Prof. Dr. Dr. Karl-Werner Schramm
  • Prof. Dr. Willie Peijnenburg
  • Dr. Jose Navas
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Knepper
  • Prof. Dr. Ian Nichols
  • Prof. Dr. Jan Hendriks
  • Prof. Dr. Roberto Todeschini



Preliminary schedule


Sunday September, 15th
Time Event
19.00-20.00 Registration
20.00-21.00 Dinner

Monday September, 16th
Time Event
09.00-09.30 Opening Dr. Igor V. Tetko
09.30-11.50 Session I: Detection of environmental pollutants and products of their biodegradation Session chair:
Prof. Dr. Thomas Knepper
11.50-13.00 Lunch
13.00-14.30 Session II: Experimental and theoretical approaches to chemical mixtures Session chair:
Prof. Dr. Dr. Karl-Werner Schramm
14.30-16.15 Session III: Ecotoxicilogical modelling Session chair:
Dr. Jose Navas
16.15-17.15 Poster Session
17.15-22.30 Guided tour and gala dinner

Tuesday September, 17th
Time Event
09.00-12.00 Session IV: Mechanistic based QSAR approaches Session chair:
Dr. Igor V. Tetko
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-15.00 Session V: Experimental and theoretical approaches to chemical mixtures Session chair:
Prof. Dr. Roberto Todeschini
15.00-17.00 Session VI: IT technologies for toxicity testing Session chair:
Prof. Dr. Ian Nichols
17.00-18.00 Poster Session

Wednesday September, 18th
Time Event
09.00-12.00 Session VII: Nanotoxicity Session chair:
Prof. Dr. Willie Peijnenburg
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-16.30 Session VIII: Modelling fate and metabolism Session chair:Prof. Dr. Jan Hendriks
16.30-16.40 Poster and Talk Awards Dr. Eva Schlosser
16.40-17.00 Closing remarks Dr. Igor V. Tetko





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