Welcome to Mainz!

Two thousand years of history have left Mainz with a cosmopolitan air, and museums and cathedrals from various architectural styles to the city. It is the perfect opportunity to bring home a book as a souvenir, as Gutenberg worked here, and the museum dedicated to him is a highlight. Mainz is a port on the left bank of the Rhine River opposite Wiesbaden and the mouth of the Main River.

Mainz is noted as the birthplace of Johannes Gutenberg, who invented the art of printing with movable types there around 1440. Mainz is also an important media centre, with publishing houses and radio and television studios.

Some remains of Roman times survive, and relics are housed in the Roman-Germanic Central Museum.

Moreover, the Max Planck Institutes for Chemistry and for Polymer Research and the Academy of Sciences and Literature are in Mainz. Gutenberg is also honored by the Gutenberg Monument (1837), the Gutenberg Museum, and the headquarters building of the International Gutenberg Society. There are art, history, and natural history museums, as well as a diocesan museum. Mainz is the site of an annual fair and pre-Lenten festivals.

KEY DATES

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Dates

Call For Abstracts Opens

2nd December 2020

Registration system Opens

2nd December 2020

Submission Closes

30thMay (23.59 CET) 2021

Notification of Acceptance of Abstracts

30nd June 2021

Early Bird Registration Deadline

3rd August 2021

Presenting Authors Latest Registration

15th August 2021

Late Registration Deadline

6th September 2021

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
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David C. Krakauer

The Limits of Cognitive Performance: Evolution, Learning, and Collectives

 
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Jean-Louis Deneubourg

Cooperation and collective decision-making in group living animals

 
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Thomas Heimburg

A sound theory for nerves - Communication in the brain as a purely physical phenomenon

 
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Jeffrey M. Hausdorff

Moving beyond the mean: insights into aging and neurodegeneration via gait dynamics

 
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Peter Jan Beek

Pseudo progress in the application of dynamical systems theory in movement science

 
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Plamen Ch. Ivanov

The new field of Network Physiology: From complex dynamics of physiological systems to dynamical networks of organ interactions and building the Human Physiolome

 
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