Call for Bids VPH2014

The VPH Institute has opened the call for bids to host the next VPH conference in 2014. Interested organisations should submit their bid by January 13th, 2013.

The International Conference on the Virtual Physiological Human (VPHxxxx) is a conference series held biennially on even years, whose objective is to provide a forum for the discussion and the dissemination of the broad field ofin silicomedicine.  The first issue was in 2010 in Brussels, followed by a second in 2012 in London.

The conference is intended also as an opportunity for researchers from all over the world to establish collaborations regardless of geopolitical barriers, identifying areas of cooperation, and promoting the development of partnerships for new research and educational initiatives in the area ofin silicomedicine. 

Each conference is organised by a local organising committee, selected through a public bid by the Board of Directors of the VPH Institute.

On Sept 18th, 2012, during VPH2012, the Board of Directors of the VPH Institute, Prof Viceconti, announced the call for bids to organise the VPH2014 conference.

Here you can find the full text of the call.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES: 

  • Each bidder must submit to Mrs Martina Contin, VPH Institute Manager, a written proposal, no later thanJanuary 13th, 2013.  Proposal must be submitted by e-mail to <manager@vph-institute.org>; receipt will be acknowledged soon thereafter;
  • Eventual requests for supplemental information will be made to the bidders no later than February 13th, 2013;
  • The bidders must return supplemental information, if requested, no later than March 3rd, 2013, again by e-mailing them to the VPH Institute manager;
  • In the month of March 2013, at the next Board meeting, the winning bid for VPH2014 will be selected, and announced soon thereafter.


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