We are very pleased to inform you that, we have extended the "Earlybird registration date" to the 13th of June. This extension also applies for abstract submission for application to an oral presentation. Acceptance notification will be notified by the end of June. Final scientific program will be published on line consequently. Please check our website tabs "registration" and "abstract submission" for details consequent to the extension of the registration date.
This year, EBEC satellite meeting will be held in Freiburg, Germany, on mechanisms of proton translocation
EBEC2022 is an occasion we all were longing for to meet in person after two difficult years of sanitary restrictions. We would like to celebrate this moment by some special events conceived to allow us to socialize and come closer together. First, we will have two gourmet breaks in place of the traditional coffee. During the poster sessions we will discover typical local products of the Provence region. This event is sponsored by the GFB, the French Bioenergetics Group. One of the poster sessions will be followed by a rock/blues concert by Bill Rutherford and his band directly on site.
On our last evening we will enjoy a gala diner in Marseille at the old harbor. We have deliberately chosen to include the gala dinner in the registration fees, allowing all participants to participate. The site offers a terrace with a 180° view over the harbor, the sea and the old part of Marseille. The atmosphere during cocktail and dinner will be granted by a renowned group of jazz musicians that are also scientists, le Big Band CNRS.
We are looking forward to meet you all in Aix-en-Provence!!
We've just updated EBEC2022 website for the registration opening. We add the scientific program and with your registration, you can also submit an abstract for an oral presentation or a poster.
Prof. Giovanni Felice (Licio) Azzone peacefully passed away on January 3, 2022, on the threshold of his 95th Birthday. He was one of the founding Fathers of our Community and an active promoter of Bioenergetics throughout his career starting from the 1960s and 1970s, also as a coorganizer of the historical "Bari Meetings". He was an organizer of the first European Bioenergetics Conference of Urbino (1980) and didn't miss a single EBEC until his retirement. He trained with Lars Ernster at the Wenner-Gren Institute in Stockholm in the early 1960s and then created a Center for Mitochondrial Research which rapidly put Padova at the forefront of International Mitochondrial research. He trained a large number of Scientists who moved on to prestigious Institutions in Italy and abroad. Prof. Azzone was one of the major actors in the debate over the mechanism of energy conservation and ion transport in mitochondria, and will remain a lasting example of integrity and dedication to Science.