Information on Registration, Grants, Visa and Accomodation
Early Bird until April 26th
Registration will open in January 2019. Registration includes access to all sessions, workshops, seminars, poster sessions and to the Ice Breaker event on September 9th 2019. Coffee will be provided for the poster sessions.
Travel grants up to 500 € can be granted on request. No grants will be granted to those persons whose abstracts have not been accepted. Selection criteria are: Scientific quality of abstract, financial background of the applying person (country of origin and/or social status) and gender (we promote explicitly the participation of women). Please check for grant possibilities in your home country or at your university. The following database contains information on available grants: https://www.euraxess.de/funding/search/country/germany-1105/field_funding_type/2
EU nationals do not require a visa to enter the Federal Republic of Germany. Generally speaking, all other foreigners require a visa for staying in Germany. A visa is not required for visits of up to 90 days in an 180‑day period for nationals of those countries for which the European Community has abolished the visa requirement. Please note that in some countries such as Iran, Russia, the visa application process can take quite some time. Contact us if you encounter problems for your visa and/or you need a letter of invitation. You will find an overview on visa requirements here at the Foreign Office: