Registration will open in February 2022.
A fee refund policy will of course apply in the event of a cancellation of the Symposium.
Jolanda van Leeuwen, CIG, UNIL
Alexandre Reymond, CIG, UNIL
Administrative organisation and conference administration
julie.papet (at) unil.ch
T : +41 21 692 3900
Center for Integrative Genomics (CIG)
Université de Lausanne (UNIL)
Génopode quartier Sorge
The CIG symposia are organized at the University of Lausanne, in the Génopode building, where the Center for Integrative Genomics is located. The oral presentations take place in an auditorium that seats a little over 200 people, a size that still allows lively discussions at the end of each presentation. Standing lunches and poster session(s) are organized in the building's hall to allow numerous exchanges among all participants, both junior and senior scientists.
Metro stop UNIL-Sorge, line M1
Bus stop Argand, lines n°31 and n°705
Bus stop Champagne, line n°701
White zone on the Amphimax parking: CHF 1 the 1st hour, and CHF 2/hour the next ones
Green & yellow zones: annual subscription is mandatory
The participation fees are kept to a minimum to favor the participation of all, in particular junior scientists. The majority of the participants are junior scientists at the PhD or postdoc level.
The Doctoral School recommends the PhD students to present a poster by submitting an abtract.
Students will receive a certificate of attendance on request. This will allow them to claim between 0.5 and 1 ECTS credits from the Doctoral School of the FBM. (Exact number to be confirmed)
This event usually corresponds to 1 to 1.5 training days.
(Exact number to be confirmed)
Participants are invited to submit abstracts to present either a poster or give a short talk, or both.
In the begining of June 2022, some abstracts will be selected for a short talk and all participants who submited an abstract will be informed whether their posters were selected for the poster session(s).