The biofilms 9 online conference will technically be realized using virtual ZOOM meeting rooms. This applies to oral as well as poster presentations. Exhibitors will also get this opportunity to present themselves (e.g., webinar, question-and-answer sessions, etc.). Each virtual meeting room will be hosted by the organizers (KIT) and will have a co-host. The co-host will either be the presenter of an oral presentation (incl. invited talks) or poster presentation. Since the conference has no parallel tracks there will only be one virtual meeting room for the main session. Links and login details will be provided in time.
In each poster session we will provide several virtual meeting rooms in parallel to enable an on-site experience similar to regular conferences. These virtual meeting rooms will be open for a defined period of time in which participants are encouraged to visit posters of interest. Each poster presenter will only present her/his poster at a single day. A list of all poster presentations (day, time, virtual meeting room) will be available during the conference.
How to access the programme
There are three different approaches to access the programme in your preferred way:
Browse by day & time:
Online view of the oral and poster sub-sessions and their time sorted chronologically by conference days and time blocks;
Browse by session:
Online view of the sessions and their oral and poster sub-sessions, sorted by session numbers;
Online tool to generate your own personal programme by selecting specific presentations or sessions.
Announcement: Special Issue in Journal Microorganisms
|Title||Microbe Electrode Electron Transfer: Understanding Interactions from the Enzyme to the Microbial Community Level|
|Guest Editors||Prof. Dr. Johannes Gescher and Dr. Catarina Paquete|
|Deadline||15 October 2020|
|Description||With this Special Issue we encourage colleagues to submit papers that address: (1) the fundamental microbial biochemistry of extracellular electron transfer onto electrodes; (2) the impact of biofilms and their structure on electron transfer kinetics; (3) the characterization of new biocatalysts acting on the anode or cathode site; (4) as well as the further development of strains for electrode-assisted or driven processes.|