Please note: The DSMM Conference is going virtual this year.
Hotels and B&Bs are available in Bielefeld. For further information, please cunsult booking.com.
We are happy to announce that 10 student fellowships are offered, covering travel expenses and accommodation costs. The selected students will receive details concerning the travel expenses (depending on their country of residence) with an official letter of invitation.
Applications to fellowships should include a brief CV and a statement of interest. Please address them to Georges Hattab.
TRAVELLING TO THE VENUE
From Bielefeld’s main station you can either take a taxi to the ZiF (approx. 10 mins, 15 €) or take the underground tram line 4 (destination Universität or Lohmannshof).
From the tram stop Universität or Bültmannshof you can reach the ZiF by walking up the hill behind the main building of the university (see PDF with map).
During the day, a Bus goes from Bielefeld main station to the ZiF three times per hour (lines 61 to Werther/Halle or 62 to Borgholzhausen); please get out at the stop Universität / Studentenwohnheim.
ALL THINGS PREPARATION
Please note that the organizers are not able to provide financial support to meeting participants. Airfare, ground transportation, hotel, breakfast, travel insurance, and any other meeting‐related expenses are the responsibility of each participant.
If you need to apply for a temporary non‐immigrant visa to attend the conference, you are advised to apply for your visa as soon as possible and no later than 3‐4 months in advance of the meeting date. All applicants must be able to qualify for a visa on their own merits under the requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act. Please note that the organizers of DSMM are not able to call or generate personal letters to the embassy or consulate on your behalf.
Upon request, a registration receipt may be generated for the conference participants.