The DocDay 2021 is a two days PhD conference taking place at the University Research Center Tulln (UFT) in Tulln. The event will be held under the auspices of the Bio-Resources and Technologies (BiRT) inititative.
This year’s conference will take place at the Inge Dirmhirn building / Universitäts- und Forschungszentrum Tulln in 3430 Tulln, Konrad-Lorenz-Straße 24 (Google maps).
The aim of the conference is to provide PhD students working at the Campus Tulln a platform to present their research. The event allows an interdisciplinary exchange of the research groups at the Campus Tulln.
PhD students are invited to submit an abstract for an oral or a poster presentation. Furthermore, three awards will be granted for the best talk, best poster. The first day of the conference will be closed by the DocDay After Party. All interested persons are highly welcome to join the presentations, scientific discussions and social events! Due to Covid-Restrictions there is limited place: please register at: docday-tulln(at)boku.ac.at
Students registered for the course will present their research topic in form of an oral (12 min talk + 3 min discussion) or a poster presentation on the 4th of November. On the 5th November an excursion to the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) will take place. 2 ECTS credits are granted for the DocDay-lecture or poster at day 1 and a brief presentation of your institute/lab/equipment/research/methods (together with others) to the IST students.
The DocDay 2021 will take place at the Inge Dirmhirn building (Universitäts- und Forschungszentrum Tulln).
Presentations can be started from the provided laptop (Windows 10, Internet connection) equipped with Microsoft Office 365.
Standard poster hangars for A0 posters will be available and mounting material will be provided.
3G rule applies to this event!
Vaccinated (with a centrally licensed vaccine against COVID19): Proof of less than 9 months (270 days) past o COVID19 second vaccination or o COVID19 vaccination with vaccine administered in only one dose e.g. Johnson & Johnson (valid from the 22nd day after the single vaccination.) or o Single dose COVID19 vaccination after recovery.
Recovered: oSegregation certificate, not older than 6 months, issued by the authority. Important: The person for whom the certificate was issued has been proven to be SARS-COV2 positive. or o Proof of neutralizing antibodies, not older than 3 months, issued by a certified laboratory!
Tested (valid from 1.9.2021, in analogy to the requirements of the city of Vienna): Negative Covid-19 test result o of an antigen test not older than 24 hours (performed and issued by approved body). Antigen self-tests are not accepted! or o of a PCR test not older than 48 hours (issued by approved body).
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