8 July 2021

How much are we all longing for an old-fashioned RIMLS PhD retreat full of science, workshops and fun! In normal years, the RIMLS 2-day PhD retreat is held in April. But in this special year (2021), the PhD retreat will be held in November as an online edition once more. 

How to register? 

Please sign up for both events separately via the provided links. 
Deadline for both registrations is 15 September 2021.

The oral presentations of the retreat will be organized online as part of RIMLS PhD retreat on 17 November 2021

 Register here                               

The corresponding poster presentations will take place as part of the online New Frontiers symposium on 18 & 19 November 2021

Register here

In 2022 we expect to be able to organize a physical event again.
This will take place at 7 and 8 April 2022, so block your agenda. 

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