2G rule: In the federal state of Berlin, restaurants and other facilities are allowed to limit entrance to people who are either vaccinated or recovered from a Covid-19 infection (2G = “geimpft” or “genesen”).
They can, however, also apply the 3G rule (3G = “geimpft” or “genesen” or “getestet”), which allows entrance also if you can provide a recent negative test certificate. There is a testing station close to TU Berlin.
In any case, a corresponding proof (e.g., the EU digital Covid certificate) must be provided. (September 20, 2021)
No Organized Conference Dinner on Tuesday
Due to the current regulations it is not possible to organize the conference dinner in the desired way. The corresponding fees will be refunded after the workshop.
In any case, the neighborhood of TU Berlin with plenty of restaurants will allows us to spend the evening in a pleasant atmosphere with good food and drinks!
This does not affect the birthday dinner on Thursday, for which is still scheduled. (September 20, 2021)
Workshop in Hybrid Format – Important Information
Due to the current situation with the Covid-19 pandemic and in order to comply with any coming changes in regulations, we will hold the workshop in a hybrid format. In principle, in order to join in presence you have to be vaccinated, recovered from Covid-19 or have a negative test not older than 24 hours.
Concerning traveling to Germany, please consult the website of the Federal Foreign Office to check the precise regulations.
For purposes of on-site organization, pleased let us know (e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org) by September 20, 2021 whether you plan to join in presence or virtually and if the latter is the case indicate your time zone so that we can try to accomodate for this. For those who join virtually, registration fees will be partially refunded.
Further information will be published here. (August 27, 2021)
Registration and Final Paper Submission
Registration is open here.
Before the final submission authors must register and pay the upload fee if their manuscript exceeds 6 pages (maximum length 8 pages).
Please choose on the registration website if you take part in the workshop on the occassion of Bernhard Maschke’s 60th birthday and the 30th anniversary of Port-Hamiltonian systems. The workshop will take place in the same location on Thursday and Friday 14-15 October. Tickets for the birthday dinner on 14 October can be purchased on the registration website.
|Registration (incl. banquet ticket)||350 €|
|Late registration (Oct 9 and later)||400 €|
|Student registration (w/o banqet ticket)||250 €|
|Extra page (max. 2)||90 €|
|Birthday dinner ticket (Oct 14)||100 €|
|Submission of invited session proposals|
and draft papers (regular and invited)
|Final papers due||July 31, 2021|
The submission via the PaperPlaza conference manuscript management system is now open!
Invited Session Proposals
Proposals for invited sessions must contain the title of the proposed session, plus the list of contributors with the tentative titles of the papers
Call for Papers
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