Photo gallery

 

Thank you all very much for your participation in BiPoCo 2016. We hope that you enjoyed the scientific program of the conference including the 7 plenary lectures, 3 keynotes, 76 regular oral lectures and 90 poster presentations and you also had a great time during the social events. We are very proud of having more than 190 participants from Europe, Asia, Australia and America. The photos are now available for each day in the photo gallery. Please enjoy our common memories and you can share your thoughts on our Facebook page.

Goals, scope

 

The first BiPoCo conference was organized in 2012. The same year, another meeting was held at the same venue in Siófok on smart, nano-structured systems for controlled molecular release and biological interfaces (AMSALS 2012). The success of both conferences initiated the organization of BiPoCo 2014 in Visegrád. We achieved a reasonable success with BiPoCo 2014 having more than 200 participants thus we decided to organize the 3rd BiPoCo conference. The topics in general are similar to those of the previous meetings, but they are slightly adjusted according to changes of scientific interest in the relevant fields.

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Registration and deadlines

 

All participants have to register online. Abstracts can to be submitted through the Registration & abstract submission site until March 31, 2016. Important deadlines:

Registration, abstract submission: March 31, 2016
Acceptance of papers: April 30, 2016
Payment: May 31, 2016


The conference fee includes participation in welcome reception, refreshments, lunches and banquet. Conference fees:

Registration fee (EURO)  before 31 May 2016 after 31 May 2016
Full delegate 580 € 680 €
Student, accompanying person  350 € 450 €

Venue

 

BiPoCo 2016 will take place in the Hotel Hunguest Forrás Szeged **** Superior located in Szeged, the capital of „Alföld”, the Great Hungarian Plain, at the confluence of the Tisza and Maros rivers. Szeged is the 3rd largest Hungarian city, also called City of Sunshine because it has the highest number of sunny days throughout the year in Hungary. Szeged is famous for two traditional Hungarian meals: Fisherman's soup ("Halászlé" in Hungarian) and Pick salami which you should not miss to try during your stay in Hungary.

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