The eSMB2020 virtual meeting will take place between 17-20 August 2020. The meeting will be held between 10.00 am and 3.00 pm US Eastern Time Zone to maximize the participation of people across the world.
Registration is free (for both presenters and participants) before the pre-registration deadline of July 15, 2020. After this date, registration fees raise to $25.
The 12th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology will take place from the 31st August to the 4th September 2020 in Heidelberg, Germany, and is a joint event organized by the European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology (ESMTB) and the Society for Mathematical Biology (SMB).
The meeting will bring together researchers and students interested in mathematical modelling with applications to life sciences. We invite you to join us in Heidelberg to hear from leading researchers in mathematics and life sciences from around the world, to present your work and to exchange scientific ideas.
- Plenary talks – held by prestigious researchers from the field of Mathematical Biology
- Mini-symposia – four 25-minute presentations (each with 5 minutes for discussion) on a single topic of substantial current interest and importance in Mathematical Biology
- Contributed talks – 25-minute presentations with 5 minutes allocated for discussions
- Posters – all researchers, at all stages of their careers, are encouraged to opt for presenting a poster, in order to reduce the high number of parallel sessions
All contributed talks, mini-symposia and posters will be grouped thematically.
Early-career scientists will also have the opportunity to take part in our mentoring program, to be paired with well-established experienced researchers who will offer feedback on conference presentations, advice on career objectives and help with networking.
As it has become customary at every joint ESMTB/SMB meeting, the SMB will organize a pre-conference workshop, where early career scientist will have the opportunity to learn about career tracks in mathematical biology.
The event will be hosted in the New University building (Neue Universität) located in the charming Heidelberg old town (Altstadt). Heidelberg University was founded in 1386 and is the oldest university in Germany. Noted alumni include 11 domestic and foreign Heads of State or Heads of Government and, as of 2017, 27 Nobel Prize winners have been affiliated with the university.