Priority Program Kick-Off Meeting

The first Annual Conference of the Priority Program Combinatorial Synergies (SPP2458) takes place in Osnabrück on September 11-13, 2024.
The goal is to bring together members of the SPP working on the different core themes and to foster collaborations.

Confirmed speakers


The regular workshop program starts Wednesday, September 11, at 9 a.m. and ends Friday, September 13, around noon.

The workshop on 'Implicit Biases' takes place Friday, September 13, 13:30-18:00.

The concrete program and schedule of the workshop will be announced in due time.


Registration is now open. You can register here.

Dates and Program

Besides nine research talks, covering all core topics of the SPP, there will be special network activities tailored to strengthen and discover connections between different projects. The regular program starts September 11, in the morning and ends September 13 after lunch. In the afternoon of September 13, there will be a workshop on 'Implicit Biases' for Senior participants. (Please note that this workshop has a limited number of 14 participants.)

Workshop Dinner

The workshop dinner takes place at 7 p.m. on September 12, at Pizzahaus. There will be a menu, including starters, main dish and dessert. For the main dish, there will be a meat, fish and a vegan option. Only drinks are self-paid, the food is paid by the funds of the SPP.


The workshop takes place in the Helikonensaal Bohnenkamp-Haus in the Botanical Garden, Albrechtstraße 29 in Osnabrück.

We suggest to have lunch at the Mensa of Campus Westerberg which is at about a 5 minutes walk from the Bohnenkamp-Haus.

Funding + Accomodation

There is some funding available for junior participants. Please indicate in the registration form if you need funding.

There are various hotels in Osnabrück. We recommend to book a hotel room in walking distance of the workshop venue. Some options for this are:

Please let us know if you need help in finding and/or booking a hotel.

Local Organizers

  • Paul Breiding
  • Martina Juhnke
  • Tim Römer
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