Call for Poster Abstracts

 

EFIB 2019 will showcase the most innovative scientific approaches in the area of industrial biotechnology and bioeconomy in a dedicated poster presentation area in the exhibition.

+++ The deadline to submit an abstract has passed. +++
Please contact us if you would like to be put on the waiting list. 


SCOPE AND PROCEDURE:

We cordially invite you to submit your abstract for a poster presentation addressing one or more of the following topics:

  • Material innovation (e.g. in the area of plastics and packaging, textiles & fashion)
  • Food, feed and nutrition (e.g. novel bio-based solutions for nutrition, novel ingredients & flavours, new plant-based production processes for meat and other animal-derived products, innovative feed solutions e.g. feed additives, usage of new raw materials)
  • New tools for the bio-based industry (e.g. synthetic biology, genome editing, digital solutions, artificial intelligence, big data)
  • New fermentation & production processes (e.g. use of novel feedstocks such as waste streams, advancements of bioreactors and biorefineries)

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:

The deadline to submit an abstract has passed. Please contact us if you would like to be put on the waiting list.

 

The abstract text may not be longer than a maximum of 350 words. You can submit your abstract until 15 May 2019. You will receive a confirmation by email after the submission. Changes in the abstract are not possible after submission.

You will be notified about the status/outcome of your poster application by end of June 2019.


PARTICIPATION DETAILS:

There is no fee for the poster presentation.
Presenters only pay the applicable registration fee (special rate for academia). Learn more


SELECTION COMMITTEE AND POSTER PRIZE JURY:

Abstracts will be reviewed by a scientific committee. The committee will assess abstracts with regard to scientific excellence and relevance and will nominate poster presentations.

The best poster will be selected for a poster prize.


QUESTIONS?

Please contact:
Dr. Ines Herlitze
efib-poster@biocom.de

We look forward to hearing from you!