EBF organizes three meeting formats
Focus Workshops: these 1-1.5 days workshops are organized around themes of high or urgent interest for the EBF community or to connect the EBF with adjacent disciplines to create synergy or learn. Themes may be scientific or process related. Focus Workshops are non-sponsored meetings. They are mostly organized as Spring Focus Workshop (in May) and Autumn Focus Workshop (in September).
Open Symposium: Ever since 2008, the EBF organizes a yearly Open Symposium in the 3rd or 4th week of November in Barcelona (Spain). This Open Symposium has become a landmark for bioanalytical discussions in EU and has created a true Forum-like spirit where people meet and open discussions during sessions and presentations contribute to the development of an open mind in bioanalysis.
Young Scientist Symposium: Since 2014, the EBF organizes an YSS. The format was developed to create a development opportunity for young scientists to engage in international discussions. Creating a peer community of young scientists has been a proven recipe to lower the threshold for engagement in this community of young talents. From 2020 onwards, and to safeguard this important meeting in the currently changing environment, the EBF has decided to introduce the EBF YSS Patronage initiative. More info: click on this link
Planned Meetings: click on Coming up?
Previous Meetings: click on “Past Conferences” to find the programs and slides of the former meetings.