3nd Swiss Industrial Chemistry Symposium - SICS 2020 (online) 2020-10-30 08:30:00

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Datum:
Start:Freitag, 30 Oktober 2020Zeit:08:30
Ende:Freitag, 30 Oktober 2020Zeit:18:30
Kategorie: SCS events
Beschreibung:

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Ort: Online Conference
Land:Switzerland
Detailed Description6 Invited Lectures (30min)
7 Short talks (15min)
Virtual Poster Session (max 50 posters)
Virtual Commercial Exhibition

We strongly encourage you to register and to submit also an abstracts for the virtual poster session. The poster session will be open from Mon, October 26 to Fri, October 30, 2020. As traditional posters in A0 format are not convenient to be studied online, we will provide a platform for presenters to upload 3-5 slides explained in a 3min video message.
The three best video presentations will be awarded the Helvetica Poster Prizes (3x 100 CHF).
KontaktDr. Thomas Heinz, Novartis Pharma AG
Prof. Olivier Baudoin, University of Basel
Email: Senden
Webseite: https://scg.ch/sics/2020
Veranstaltungsart
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Adminstrator
Spichiger David (Ersteller)

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