September 26 - 28, 2022
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FUN22 covers the latest research on Transcranial Ultrasound Stimulation (TUS) and is presented by iTRUSST, the International Transcranial Ultrasonic Stimulation Safety and Standards consortium.
FUN22 will be held as in-person conference in Mainz but will have a remote participation option as well. We encourage you to join us for the in-person event if you can to participate in live discussions, collaborative opportunities and social events, and experience the beautiful Rhine valley. However, we are aware that many individuals face barriers to in-person attendance, and we are committed to promoting inclusivity and accessibility. Therefore, we also offer a virtual participation option which will include the possibility to present, and access all materials remotely, even though we cannot provide the same level of interaction as for the on-site attendees. Please see the abstract submission section for further information.
We look forward to seeing you online or in Mainz,
The scientific and local organising committees
Refreshments, coffee and lunch will be provided, and the two dinners are also included in the ticket price.
Participation is possible both digitally or on-site.
> Registration for in-person participation is now closed. Registration for virtual participation is still possible!
Please submit your poster abstract by September 15 via email to email@example.com using the provided poster abstract submission form.
> Abstract Submission is now closed.
In our efforts to promote diversity at FUN22, the selection of abstracts for oral presentations will aim to balance the representation of different topics, genders, geographical regions, and career levels, in addition to considering scientific merit. We also offer a limited number of need-based travel allowances on a case-by-case basis to those who cannot afford to join the conference in person otherwise. If you would like to apply, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a short letter (less than 1 page) demonstrating need for the allowance.
All poster presenters (in-person and virtual) will be requested to provide a digital poster and a one-minute pre-recorded poster pitch. This pitch will be played during the in-person event, and also be available next to the digital poster in an online forum, which will provide opportunities for discussions between all attendees. In-person poster presenters will additionally present on site.
The conference will take place on the campus of the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz in the building “Alte Mensa”.
Two dinners (on Monday and Tuesday evenings) are included in the ticket price! Join us there for further networking, good food and drinks, and some impressions of the historical city of Mainz.
1st Evening at the Gasthausbrauerei Eisgrub
The Eisgrub was the first brewery built in Mainz in 1872. Enjoy some local and traditional German food, and taste (unlimited) the freshly brewed „Eisgrub-Bräu“ beer in this historical setting.
2nd Evening at the Heiliggeist Mainz
Experience fine dining at the Heiliggeist in one of Mainz’ most impressive listed buildings. Originally an infirmary the high-ceilinged Heiliggeist (“holy spirit”) dates back to 1236 AD.
Mainz can be easily reached by train or car. The closest international airport is Frankfurt am Main (FRA, 20 min from Mainz). Please note that any accommodation requirements will have to be self-arranged.
Our thoughts are also with those affected by the ongoing war in Ukraine. Please note that travel throughout Europe outside of Ukraine territory is completely safe and not compromised in any way.
Moreover, ITRUSST offers its sincerest apologies for the unfortunate overlap of the conference scheduling with Rosh Hashanah this year. ITRUSST will put forward its utmost efforts to avoid overlap with religious holidays for future events.
FUN22 takes the safety and health of our attendees as our highest priority. We request all attendees to wear face masks (preferably FFP2 / N95) indoors throughout the conference. Please respect each other’s preferred distance. We will continuously monitor and adjust to the pandemic developments and adhere to local regulations. We strongly encourage participants to ensure their own immunization.