Conference info

Date:

June 16 -17, 2016

Venue:

Chamber of Deputies, Parliament of the Czech Republic

Státní akta, Sněmovní 4, Praha 1


 


Presentation guidelines:

All speakers are requested to load their presentations to the conference computer during coffee and lunch breaks in advance. Presentations should be prepared in Microsoft PowerPoint PC 2010-compatible format or as a PDF. The authors are responsible for checking the functionality of their presentations. We strongly recommend saving any web pages in the presentation offline.


Conference mailing list:

To join the Conference mailing list, please send us an e-mail with your name and address to the e-mail "innocence@ DNA.com.cz" and with the subject "Mailing list"


Accommodation and travel information:

Prague is easily accessible by plane, train and car. The Venue of the conference is placed in the historic part of Prague. There is almost unlimited number of hotels placed within walking distance from the venue:

http://www.goldenhorse.cz/cs/home-page/

http://www.garzottohotels.cz/cs/residence-green-lobster-praha/

http://www.ukralekarla.cz/cz/

http://www.hotelredlion.cz/cs/index.html

http://www.hotelsax.cz/ http://www.hotelthreestorks.cz/

http://www.uzelenehohroznu.cz/

http://www.ariahotel.net/default-cs.html

Prague is often regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, where tourists can hardly choose between the visit of hundreds of Prague historical monuments, galleries, shopping malls and parks. Prague is easily accessible by plane from many European cities as well as several ones outside Europe.

Prague tourism webpage


The history of science in Prague goes back to the Middle Ages. In 1348, the oldest university in Central Europe, Charles University was founded in Prague. In the 20th century, Prague is connected with the name of Albert Einstein who spent several years of his creative life there and with the name of the Nobel Prize winner, Jaroslav Heyrovsky, the founder of polarography.


Technical support and registration:

Forensic DNA service


Abstract submission:

Abstract submission is due on May 31st, 2016 (to be sent by e-mail to innocence@ DNA.com.cz). Each conference participant can offer up to 2 abstracts to be considered for oral presentation. There will be no parallel sessions. Please note that the number of oral presentation slots will be limited


Important dates:

Registration opening: April 26th, 2016

Deadline for abstract submission: May 31st, 2016

Announcement of the final program: June 3rd, 2016