Registrations are closed.
The fee for registration is € 380. This fee includes access to the 40 years BCCM event, social program and MALDI-TOF MS training.
Registration will be confirmed after receipt of payment:
1. to the account of Sciensano
2. with account number: BE18 6790 0011 3265 (Swift code: PCHQ BE BB)
3. and reference: 2069-104_your_name (e.g. 2069-104_John_Smith).
Submissions are closed.
At the end of the conference, two poster prizes will be awarded by the FEBS Journal.
Applications are closed.
Following up on a decision taken by the AGM of September 2022, young scientists who want to participate in ECCO annual meetings can apply for financial support by ECCO. Grants will cover the full registration fee for the meeting, and in addition provide support for travel and/or accommodation costs up to a maximum of € 200 per grantee.
Who can apply for the grant?
Undergraduates, PhD students and early career postdocs working at or affiliated with a microbial resource centre, including non-ECCO member culture collections. Tenure staff of collections are not eligible.
If I get the grant, how will I be reimbursed?
ECCO will pay your registration fee directly to the meeting organisers. During or after the meeting, you can provide the treasurer of the ECCO Board with proof of travel and/or accommodation costs made (copy of original tickets or invoices). These costs will be reimbursed up to a maximum of € 200.
Terms and conditions
The ECCO scientific meeting is open to any collaborators of biological resource centres.
Participation to the ECCO Annual General Meeting on 22nd of September is restricted to collaborators of ECCO member culture collections.