Deutsche Physiologische Gesellschaft30.09.2019 - 02.10.2019 Ulm
98TH MEETING OF THE GERMAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY
 
 


Guidelines for Oral and Poster Presentations

Notification of Acceptance
Notifications of abstract acceptance as oral or poster presentation were sent to the presenting authors on 24 July 2019.
If you have not received a notification, please send us an email to info(at)dpg2019.de.

List of all accepted contributions including numbers 

Link to the online program incl. abstracts 

 

Publication of Abstracts
The congress abstracts are available in the Wiley Online Library via the link  https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/17481716/2019/227/S719 (online supplement to "Acta Physiologica", October 2019, Volume 227, Issue S719) )
A PDF file can be downloaded here

Please note that there will be no printed version of the abstract book (only online, PDF).

Only accepted abstracts from registered participants who paid the registration fees in full will be included in the PDF file.

ORAL PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

  • It is particular interest of the meeting to foster interaction between different fields of physiology. Accordingly, the introduction and conclusion of oral presentations should be of sufficient clarity for a non-specialist audience.
  • The duration of oral talks is supposed to be 12 min plus 3 min for questions and discussion. We kindly ask you to keep strictly to this time limit.
  • The required technical equipment will be provided for presentations in each session room. Please use Microsoft Power Point 97-2016 (*.ppt / *.pptx); OpenOffice / LibreOffice 1.0-6.0, PREZI or Adobe PDF to guarantee your presentation will open successfully on an onsite PC.
  • Except in lecture hall 12 (presentation format 4:3) the presentation format 16:9 is used in all other lecture halls (1,2,3,4/5).
  • We kindly ask you to submit your presentation in the media check room (room 2.201, building N25) on a memory stick about 1,5 / 2 hours in advance of your presentation, at the latest, or the day before.
  • Please note that a presentation from your own laptop is NOT possible!


POSTER PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

  • It is particular interest of the meeting to foster interaction between different fields of physiology. Accordingly, the introduction and conclusion of oral presentations should be of sufficient clarity for a non-specialist audience.
  • Each poster presentation will be displayed for one day (Monday, 30.09.2019 / Tuesday, 1.10.2019)
  • Posters should be mounted on the day of presentation between 10.00 and 11.00 a.m. and have to be removed at the end of the corresponding poster session; otherwise they will be removed by the organizers.
  • There will be no guided poster tours but presenting authors are kindly requested to be at their posters during the poster session for discussion.
  • One poster prize per poster session will be awarded and a member of the Poster Prize Committee might inspect your poster during the poster viewing session.
  • The posters must be in DIN A0, upright format. It should not exceed the following dimensions: 85cm width, 119cm height.
  • Please fix your poster on the poster panel marked with your poster permanent number (Permanent-ID). Fixing materials will be provided and distributed on-site in the poster area.
  • PLEASE NOTE: The Poster Prize Ceremony for both Monday and Tuesday Poster Presentations will take place on Wednesday, 2 October 2019, at 15.30 - 16.00 in Hall 4 / 5.
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Important Dates/News

Registration Deadlines:
Late Fee: 18 September 2019

The program booklet is now available for download! 

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Travel Arrangements

Please also note the exclusive travel offers for the DPG 2019 congress. 

 

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