Host Institution

University of Prague The University in Prague was founded by a charter issued on 7 April 1348 by Charles IV, King of Bohemia and King of the Romans, as the first Studium generale north of the Alps and east of Paris. Charles University is thus one of the oldest European universities. It was modelled on the universities in Bologna and Paris, and within a very short time it achieved international renown. It had four faculties: theology, liberal arts, law, and medicine. The academic community was...

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Congress venue

Congress Centre Prague was originally the Palace of culture is a large neo-functionalistic building in Prague 4-Nusle. The construction of the building was started in 1976 and was completed in 1981. At present, the extensive reconstruction has been completed of the whole complex to meet the demands of the modern Congress Centre. It is located on the edge of the Nusle Valley and Pankrác Plains between the Nuselský Bridge and Pankrác square, next to the Metro station Vysehrad (C). This position allows...

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Please, don't forget to create your ECSS-Account and register your Colleagues before July 5th.

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Key dates

Please find the important key dates for the congress here.

15 November 2017
Deadline for submission of proposals

15 December 2018
Opening abstract submission and registration

1 March 2019*
Deadline for abstract submission

1 April 2019
Notification of acceptance to authors

1 April 2019*
End of early registration

1 May 2019
Deadline registration for presenting authors

*24:00 Central European Time

Congress Office

ECSS Congress Praque 2019
Mrs Nantia Patera
Feldblumenweg 26
50858 Cologne - Germany
ECSS Congress Praque 2019

office@ecss-congress.eu

Phone availability after 15th April 2019

  • Monday and Tuesday: 10:00 - 12:00
  • Friday: 14:00 - 16:00 CET
  • (Central European Time)