Which PHUSE Event Should I Attend?

Some would probably answer that you should attend all events as PHUSE is second to none with regards to networking, and the events help you keep up with changes in our industry. For most of us, though, this is not possible due to time and budget restrictions.

Our PHUSE events are different in both nature and set-up. PHUSE events started back in 2004 with the inaugural PHUSE conference in Heidelberg. Since then PHUSE has been organising events all over the globe. With that, we strive to meet the needs of our global membership to share, advance and connect. All our events are aimed at different audiences. If you are not sure which PHUSE event best suits your needs, then take a look at the event summary in the table below. We hope to welcome you at one of our next events.

PHUSE Brand Share Advance Connect


PHUSE Event


Single Day Event (SDE)

Computational Science Symposium (CSS)


EU Connect

US Connect


Region


Global

US


EU, US


Number of Attendees


40 to 200

250 to 300


600 to 800


Duration


1 day

2.5 days


3.5 days


Event Setup


Presentations, networking during breaks


Interactive Working Group sessions, updates from PHUSE Working Groups and regulatory agencies, sponsors, exhibitors, Poster Session, networking during breaks


Over 125 paper and poster presentations, Discussion Clubs, Hands-on Workshops, professional keynote speakers, sponsors and exhibitors, networking during breaks and Connect Dinner


Venue

Company sites, hotels Civic Center, Silver Spring, Maryland,US

Conference centres or hotels


Proceedings

 


Presentation slides, event summary on PHUSE website


Posters, event summary on PHUSE website

 


Full papers, presentations, slides, posters, recording of keynotes, Connect App with abstracts, event summary on PHUSE website


Registration Costs & Further Information

 

Visit the individual events pages.

 

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