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A Poster Presentation refers to a physical poster displayed in the Poster Hall.
Poster Flash Presentations
In a Poster Flash Presentation, each presentation is 3 minutes, with 2 minutes for discussion.
Offered Talks Session
In an Offered Talks Session (OTS), each presentation is 12 minutes, with 3 minutes for discussion.
Physical posters allocated days
Genetics & Genomics
Infection Biology and Pathogens
Biotechnology & Synthetic Microbiology
Microbiology Education & Profession
Molecular Microbiology and Biochemistry
Taxonomy and Systematics
Environmental Microbiology & Ecology
Main Topics And Offered Talks Sessions
- Environmental Microbiology & Ecology
- Biotechnology & Synthetic Microbiology
- Food Microbiology
- Infection Biology & Pathogens
- Infectious Diseases
- Taxonomy & Systematics
- Genetics & Genomics
- Microbiology Education & Profession
- Molecular Microbiology & Biochemistry
Offered Talks Sessions
- Antimicrobial Resistance: Environmental & Medical Aspects
- DGHM Workshop: Eukaryotic Pathogens
- DGHM Workshop: Genome-based Pathogen Diagnosis
- Diagnosis & Clinical Microbiology
- Extreme Environments
- FEMS Education Working Group Workshop: Education & Professional Development
- Fungal Biology & Chemistry
- GfV Workshop: Immunity Against Phages
- GfV Workshop: Virology
- Industrial Microbiology & Bioeconomy
- KNVM Workshop: Early Life Gut Microbiome Development
- Metabolic Networks
- Microbial Ecology Workshop: Microorganisms in Sustainable Agriculture
- Microbial Pathogens and the Microbiota in the Gastrointestinal Tract
- Microbiome: Recent Developments and Model Systems
- Mikrobiokosmos Workshop: Microbial Life Under Climate Change
- Protein Turnover & Secretion
- Single Cell Infection & Imaging
- Synthetic Microbiology
- Viruses: Structural Biology & 3D Imaging
- Yeast Strategies to Resist Relevant Stresses in Bioindustries