Interested in Biological Physics? Want to hear interesting talks, and to connect and discuss with like-minded researchers on this fascinating, multi-disciplinary subject? Then please join us for this year’s Paris Biological Physics Community Day (PBPCD 2018), a conference organized by young researchers of biological physics in the Paris area.
Generous funding for the event by CNRS GDRI “Evolution Regulation and Signaling” covers free lunch, coffee breaks and an evening cocktail. The onsite-only registration is also free!
Now in its 6th year, the one-day meeting is intended for all researchers interested in biological physics and the quantitative biosciences, both theoreticians and experimentalists.
The day has earned a reputation as one filled with lively scientific presentations and discussions with a dynamic, informal atmosphere. Talks by invited French and international speakers are interleaved with short presentations by local young researchers (PhDs and postdocs).
If you are a PhD or post-doc with exciting research results and would be interested in giving a short presentation, please submit an abstract before September the 22nd (not more than half a page) here.
The program and the poster can be found on the event website: http://www.lcqb.upmc.fr/parisyoung/2018/
You can check out the associated facebook and Twitter event page here:
This year the invited speakers are:
Silvia Vignolini – Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge Lensfield Road, Cambridge UK
Veronica Grieneisen – John Innes Centre, Norwich UK
We look forward to seeing you on Monday, October the 15th!
The Organizing Committee
Antoine Allard, Elisa Brambilla, Amaury Monmeyran, Valentin Laplaud, Melina Durande, Daiki Nishiguchi, Jacopo Marchi