11th Annual Symposium
Physics of Cancer
Leipzig, Germany
September 22-24, 2020
We are delighted to confirm to you the taking place of the upcoming

11th Annual Symposium "Physics of Cancer"
September 22 - 24, 2020 at the University of Leipzig, Germany.

This year again, we will bring together world-class researchers from across the globe, who are leading the way investigating the physical mechanisms underlying cancer progression as well as diagnosis and innovative therapies.

The meeting has always been a fantastic platform to stay updated on the latest science in the field, create new ideas as well as connect old and new collaborators.

If this conference cannot take place by meeting on-site for safety reasons, we will organise this meeting as an online event instead. A final decision on this will be made in the forthcoming weeks. We will closely observe the Corona situation worldwide (click general information for more information on the situation in Germany and Saxony specifially).

The online conference will be hosted by Leipzig University. We plan to use the software "Big Blue Button" which is an open source solution, made for large auditories. Apart from the presentation itself, we will have a Q&A session after each talk.

BBB PoC 2020

This room will have 8 breakout rooms, where participants can chat and present. There will be 3 additional poster rooms with 8 breakout rooms each - one for each poster.

Room1: https://meet.uni-leipzig.de/b/koh-769-94p

Room2: https://meet.uni-leipzig.de/b/koh-dad-7xy

Room3: https://meet.uni-leipzig.de/b/koh-fvj-jwu

In support of young scientists, we will select several of the best submitted abstracts from students and post-docs for oral presentations. During the virtual poster session, the three best posters will be awarded with 500, and twice 250 EUR each by the Organizing Committee (see Young Scientist Awards for more information).

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