Hybrid event

We are very happy to have an in-person meeting again. Nevertheless, we want to offer an opportunity for online participation.

The Satellite Workshops can be visited on-site only. The talks of the Main Conference will be live-streamed via hopin. Streamed talks will be recorded and made available for on demand viewing in the Conference Repository, given speakers consent. The Conference Repository is only available to registered participants.

Poster presentations will be on-site but the posters will also be visible in the Conference Repository. The poster presenters are encouraged to provide brief video introductions as well as their contact data. Online participants are invited to contact the poster presenters via email or via personal message in the conference chat to individually schedule discussions beyond the onsite poster sessions.

With these measures, the Bernstein Conference takes an important step to maintain the increased accessibility of the meeting for an international and diverse audience.

Onsite participation

Satellite Workshops & Postdoc Meeting

Technische Universität Berlin
Marchstr. 23
10623 Berlin

Main Conference

Technische Universität Berlin
Main Building
Straße des 17. Juni 135
10623 Berlin

How to get here

From the central train station take an S-Bahn (any line in direction of Charlottenburg,
Westkreuz, Potsdam or Spandau) to Tiergarten. The main campus is only a
ten-minute walk from Tiergarten S-Bahn station.

Closest station is Ernst-Reuter-Platz
metro line U2
bus lines 245, M45, N2

All conference areas are accessible barrier-free.

Online

Participating online

If you are registered for online participation, you can follow the talks of the Main Conference online and you have access to the Conference Repository, which displays all abstracts, posters and further relevant information about the conference. For discussions with poster presenters, we invite online participants to directly contact the poster presenters via email (provided in the Conference Repository) or personal message in the conference chat to individually schedule discussions beyond the on-site poster sessions.

As in 2020 and 2021, we will use Hopin as virtual platform for the Main Conference.

All participant of the Bernstein Conference will automatically get online access to the browser-based platform and the Smartphone app, available for Android and iOS. Short-term announcements will be communicated through the app and via e-mail.

Through the app and the browser-based platform, you will be able to follow the Main Conference livestreams, post questions during the Q&A session, and get in contact with other conference participants via public and private chat, or private video calls.

More detailed in information on the platform and how to use it will follow soon.

Conference Repository

The G-Node data infrastructure service GIN will provide the Conference Repository for all material related to the Bernstein Conference. You will need to create your individual login, in order to access the repository. The login information will be sent to all registered participants in due time before the conference.

Please use the same email address which you used for the conference registration, preferably an institutional email address.

The Conference Repository will open beginning of September 2022 and is accessible to registered participants only.

Here you will find:

  • All abstracts of invited and contributed talks
  • Posters and video introductions as far as provided by the poster presenters
  • Recordings of the talks after the livestream, given speakers consent
  • Additional information on the conference, e.g. floor plans.

The repository will remain open until October 30, 2022.