Towards data FAIRness in molecular biophysics

7th & 8th November 2024
Institute of Biotechnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Vestec near Prague




Deadline for registration (including abstract submission): 8th September 2024

How to register

You can register for this meeting by filling out and submitting the form linked below. When completing the form, you will be asked to submit an abstract, please read the information below about abstracts before doing so. To complete the registration process, you will also need to pay the required registration fee (see below):

Follow this link to register for the meeting

Registration fees

Regular Student Non-academic  
€120 €90 €160  

Payment information

After you register, you will receive an invoice with information on how to process the payment via a bank transfer. You will receive an email confirming your registration is complete, once we have received and processed your payment.


For all types of abstracts, the main text of the abstract is limited to max. 350 words.

Download the abstract template with the link below.



The format of the talks will be 25 min + 5 min. for answering questions. You will receive notification at the latest on the 8th September 2024 if your abstract is chosen for a talk.

Tutorials/seminar hour

If you represent a publicly available resource, you have the option to get a seminar room if you want to give a tutorial to users. E.g. how to efficiently use an advanced search tool, how to query or deposit via API etc. The intended audience will to be aimed at PhD students from the biosciences who already use the resources and people who currently are not, but want to. We will also make it possible (and advertise internally) for the researchers working at the Biocev centre (~600 staff in life sciences research) to attend the seminar. The duration can be up to 1 hour. 5 seminar rooms are available and will be given out on a first come, first serve basis.


There will be poster sessions at the conference, therefore we ask anyone interested in presenting a poster to submit an abstract. Posters should be prepared in portrait orientation with dimensions 120 cm high by 84 cm wide (note that this is a standard A0 size poster).

Poster abstracts will chosen to be presented as short talks (10-15 min) during the conference. Please indicate when you register if you would like your poster abstract to be considered for giving a short talk (in which case you’re not required to also bring a poster, but you’re of course allowed to bring one).

After we review the submitted abstracts, you will be informed if it has been accepted and if it has been selected to be presented as a short talk. Priority for small talks will be given to abstracts submitted by students and early stage postdocs.