Final program online
Please find the final version of the booklet as it will be printed here
Poster submission closed
The submission for posters is now closed. We are now processing all submissions and will be evaluating which ones will be selected for presentations. It is not possible to submit posters anymore, however the conference registration remains open.
This conference counts as half a day of continous eduction in the field of animal experimentation.
Please fill in your information in the links below, and sign the sheet at the conference to confirm your presence!
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION REMAINS OPEN
The conference registration remains open until the day of the meeting, you may still register to attend the meeting via our website. Please note that the poster submission is now closed.
For LS² members, the registration fee is only 50 CHF.
If you would like to benefit from this reduced price, you have to become a member at least one month before the conference!
Please download your membership application here
Attention BSc/MSc Students!
As every year, LS² offers travel and registration to the first 40 BSc/MSc students who registered for the meeting (max. amount of 50 CHF)! If you are one of the first to register, we will send you an info e-mail depicting the reimbursement process.
Searching for the PI of Tomorrow!
Advanced Postdocs that are interested to kickstart their career as a group leader in a Swiss lab are invited to submit their application for the contest "PI of tomorrow- the future of Swiss research". For more information, click here
New in 2016: During lunch on day 1, the poster session is dedicated to posters with even numbers. During lunch on day 2, posters with odd numbers will be in the limelight. To draw more attention to your poster, you are invited to submit a visual abstract (one ppt /pdf page) to the LS² team. The visual abstracts will be displayed on screens during all breaks. Please find more information here
Photo Contest themed "Interdisciplinary Sciences"
LS2 and Nikon will be organizing a photography competition. The best photos will be printed and displayed at the Nikon booth, where winners will be selected by the audience. The winner will receive a Nikon camera. To enter the contest, please submit your best scientific photography ("Interdisciplinary Sciences") to the LS2 Annual Meeting organising team. We will inform you whether your photo has been selected for display. Deadline for submission is January 1st, 2016. The winners will be announced during the award session on February 16th. Good luck to all contestants. For more info, please contact Anna Brandenburg. Please do not submit publication figures, but photographies in brilliant quality!
Careers in Science
Meet the discussion leaders of the lunch session "Careers in Science" hosted by Dominique Favre Soldati.discussion_leaders_bio.pdf
Young Scientists' Debate and Movies about Synthetic Biology
During lunch on Tuesday, the 16. February, starting at 12.30, the SCNAT Forum Genetic Research will be showing movies broaching the issue of Synthetic Biology. The movies will be followed by a youth debate featuring the iGEM 2015 team (EPF Lausanne) and Jan Roelof van der Meer (University of Lausanne). Participants of the meeting are welcome to join in on the discussion. Please find more information in the program. During lunch time and before the session starts, thought-provoking short films on Synthetic Biology will be shown in the same auditory in collaboration with BIO•FICTION Science, Art & Film Festival.
Looking for more Synthetic Biology? Check out Rigi-Workshop 2016