Programme and Registration

Calendar

  • Early bird registration period

    May 9 – July 31, 2018

  • Late registration period

    August 1 – September 1, 2018

  • Deadline for travel grant application

    June 15, 2018  Extended until June 30,2018! 

  • Notification of travel grant awardees

    July 31, 2018

  • Notification of abstract selection

    October 2018

  • The 2nd European PhD and Postdoc symposium

    November 7-9, 2018

Registration fees

  Early
bird
Late registration
Symposium 85 € 110 €
Workshops 10€ 10€
Dinner with speakers 20€ 20€

Travel grants

DEADLINE FOR TRAVEL GRANT APPLICATION IS 15th OF JUNE 2018  Extended until June 30, 2018! 

Due to the support of our generous sponsors, last year we managed to award 70 travel grants to participants. Travel grants cover your registration fee and expenses such as travel/accommodation/poster printing/food of up to 300€. If you apply, you will still need to pay for registration and cover your expenses during the conference. If you get awarded a travel grant, we will have to cancel your initial registration to facilitate refunding of the registration fee to your credit card. We will then need you to register again via a special link we will provide. Workshop and dinner with speakers fees are not included in the travel grant and will have to be paid again during re-registration. We apologize in advance for this inconvenience.

To apply, you will need to upload a CV in pdf format in addition to your scientific abstract during the application process.

How to register

Please read the registration guidelines before signing up.


The application process is split into two parts: the scientific application on this website, and the payment process, to which you will be automatically forwarded afterwards. You need to complete both steps to successfully apply to the ENABLE 2018 conference:

  1. Fill up the scientific application on this website.
  2. Complete the registration in our payment system. We will ask for your credit/debit card information, and you will be charged after the event.

Please make sure to use the same name and email address for both websites, and do not perform either registration step twice.

Poster, short talk and microtalk applications

During the event in Copenhagen, we want to give as many participants as possible the chance to present their research to their peers, the invited speakers, and even the public. If you apply for a poster, short talk and/or microtalk, we need you to upload your scientific abstract together with your registration in our system. Changes to your abstract afterwards can unfortunately not be considered. Abstracts should be minimum 100 words, maximum 300 words, and may not include line breaks or pictures. We will evaluate your scientific abstract, and your video in case you apply for a microtalk (see below). We will then award poster, short and microtalk space based on scientific quality, impact and suitability regarding the conference topic. Unfortunately, due to space and time limitations, this means that not all participants will be able to present a poster, short talk or microtalk. However, all the submitted abstracts will be included in the abstract book. There will be prizes awarded for the best posters, microtalks and short talks.

*A microtalk is a 10-minute talk in a bar for the general public, who don’t have a scientific background. Part of the challenge and fun of this presentation format is to show your research in a way that non-scientists can understand it. If you want to apply, we need you to upload a 3-minute or less video of you presenting your research the way you would present it to a non-scientist. This is mandatory, and without the video you unfortunately cannot be considered for a microtalk application. We suggest you to upload your video to YouTube as an unlisted video (remember to make it unlisted and not private - if you make it private we won’t be able to see it). You then need to submit the link to your video within our application system.
Please paste here an abstract of your research. Changes to your abstract afterwards can unfortunately not be considered. Abstracts should be min 100 words, max 300 words, and may not include line breaks or pictures.
Max. 15 words
Format “Name1 Surname1, Name2 Surname2”e.g. “Andrea Mann, Christoph Lukas, Frederike Brunak”
Format institute/department, university, address, country, e.g. “NNF Center for Protein Research, Copenhagen University, Blegdamsvej 3b, Copenhagen, Denmark”.
If you are travelling from abroad and actively participate in the conference via a poster and/or a short talk, you may be eligible for a travel grant.

By registering to the ENABLE 2018 conference, you consent to ENABLE registering your contact details and information about your participation in the conference via the University of Copenhagen. These information may be stored by ENABLE until you revoke your consent. You also consent to the list of participants and other conference material being sent to the participants and being published on the conference website. If you opt in to receiving our newsletter, you give your consent to ENABLE using your contact details to forward its newsletter to you..

ENABLE treats conference participants’ data as confidential. Click here to read University of Copenhagen´s privacy policy..

Please be aware that ENABLE will take pictures and videos for promotional purposes e.g. on social media during the event. If you do not want to have your picture or video taken, please contact us at the start of the event in Copenhagen. .

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Did you successfully submitt your application? Then you can proceed to the payment platform!

Project funded by the European Commission under grant agreement 724115