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3rd Workshop on Molecular Comunications

Ghent, Belgium, 4th-6th April 2018

The 3rd Workshop on Molecular Communications is being held in Ghent, Belgium on the 4th to 6th of April 2018. Building on the success of the first and second workshops, this workshop will provide strategic development of Molecular Communications research in Europe with a focus on broadening the reach of the community into border disciplines. Disciplines we wish to attract speakers from include (but are not limited to):
  • Synthetic Biology
  • Systems Biology
  • Pharmacology
  • Inter/Intra Cellular Communication
  • Chemical Networks
  • Communication Engineering
The workshop will be made up of a set of high profile invited guest speakers that will deliver inspirational talks on Molecular Communications within their discipline. This will provide the research community an opportunity to meet and share their research, vision and experience in the area of Molecular Communications across disciplines.

Organizing Commitee

General Chair
Alan Davy
Panel Chair
Eduard Alarcon
Tutorial Chair
Pietro Lio
TP Chair
Mauro Femminella
Keynote Chair
Gianluca Reali
Web Chair
Pieter Stroobant
Local Chair
Wouter Tavernier



Wednesday, April 4th Thursday, April 5th Friday, April 6th
8:00 Registration
9:00 Opening Keynote Keynote 2 Keynote 3
10:30 Break Break Break
11:00 Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Technical 3
13:00 Break Break Break
14:00 Technical 1 Technical 2 Panel 3
16:00 Break Break Break
16:30 Panel 1 Panel 2
Program Details

Important dates

Abstract Submission 9th February 2018 (Final deadline)
Notification of Acceptance 28th February 2018
Camera Ready Due 15th March 2018
Call for Papers

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Book Your Place
Early (until 16th March 2018) Late
Student € 350 € 400
Academic € 450 € 500
Industry € 550 € 600


Ghent is a city of history. During the Middle Ages, it was one of the richest and most powerful cities in Europe. Its size and position allow the inhabitants to enjoy a city with an interesting crossover between open cosmopolitanism and the quiet atmosphere of a provincial town. Come along and enjoy the thriving atmosphere of this late-medieval city.