MODERNET is pleased to invite researchers and occupational health professionals to the MODERNET 2020 meeting
“Science meets practice for a healthier worklife”
13 and 14 February 2020 in Berlin, Germany
The program can be found through this link.
Registration and payment for the conference
Full Registration includes participation in all sessions, poster viewing, Abstract Book and catering during the Conference. Our goal is to keep the meeting fees as reasonable as possible. A reduced fee is available for Modernet members in good standing (who have paid their membership for 2019). Registration before 15 December 2019 allows the Early Bird fee for Modernet members as well as Non-members.
Modernet Meeting Attendance fees
Registration after 15 December 2019
Modernet member fee € 125,00
Non-member fee € 150,00
You have to register through this website.
Please create an account or log in with your account details.
Once you have registered you can go to the shop and book the appropriate ticket(s) for participation as well as social event and dinner (when made available).
Summary of deadlines
- Compulsory registration for presenters: 15 December 2019
- Registration deadline for non-presenting participants: 15 January 2020
- Payment of registration fee deadline: 20 January 2020
Social Event: Museum tour and Italian style dinner
Thursday 13 February 2020 from 17:00
Bode Museum 1 hour guided tour
8-courses Italian dinner including beverages and live music at restaurant Hostaria del Monte Croce in Kreuzberg
The concept of the museum, which was originally called the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum, can be traced back to Crown Princess Victoria of Prussia, who published her ideas in a memorandum in 1883. It was Wilhelm von Bode who finally put these ground-breaking ideas into practice. In 1897, construction work began at the northern tip of the Museum Island on a museum that was to be devoted to the Renaissance, designed by Eberhard von Ihne. Once completed, the museum would bear the name of Empress Victoria’s deceased husband, Kaiser (Emperor) Friedrich, who died in 1888. When the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum opened in 1904, painting and sculpture, considered at the time as the ‘high arts’, were for the first time presented side by side on an equal footing with each other — a presentation strategy that differed radically from that of traditional museums.
The building was badly damaged in the Second World War and underwent several stages of restoration between 1948 and 1986. In 1956 it was renamed the Bode-Museum after its first director and spiritual founder. German reunification also brought with it the merging of the previously separated collections under the auspices of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, with the decision soon being taken for the museum to undergo an extensive overhaul to bring it up to date with modern museum and conservation requirements. After extensive renovation work, the museum building reopened to the public in autumn 2006. Contrary to the original concept, it now principally houses the Sculpture Collection and the Museum of Byzantine Art.
Transfer to the Restaurant
Dinner at restaurant Hostaria del Monte Croce, located in Kreuzberg
Mittenwalder Str. 6
including transfer from the museum to the dinner
Tickets to attend the Social Event and Dinner on 13 February must be purchased separately. These are NOT included in the Registration Fees.
The conference will be held at the DGUV in Berlin
DGUV – Glinkastraße 40, 10117 Berlin, Duitsland
Directions of DGUV Berlin: https://www.dguv.de/en/about-us/how-to-find-dguv/anreise_berlin/index.jsp or in pdf
For accommodation, there is a limited number of 30 rooms available at the Motel One Berlin-Potsdamer Platz.
Hotel website with directions: https://www.motel-one.com/de/hotels/berlin/hotel-berlin-potsdamer-platz/
The hotel is located close to the venue of the meeting and close to Potsdamer Platz.
Participants can book these rooms through the reservation form with a special reservation code Modernet 2020, which should be filled out and sent back for each individual reservation before 18 December 2019.
Travel and transport
At the airport, take the TXL bus to Unter den Linden/Friedrichstrasse. At the junction, cross Friedrichstrasse and follow it southwards (away from Unter den Linden). After approximately 230 meters, turn right into Französische Strasse. Proceed 190 meters to the corner of Glinkastrasse, where you will find the entrance to the DGUV.
Take the regional rail (Regionalbahn) or regional express (Regionalexpress) to the Friedrichstrasse S-Bahn/underground station. At the Friedrichstrasse exit, turn right towards Unter den Linden and proceed as far as Französische Strasse. After approximately 600 meters, turn right into Französische Strasse. Proceed 190 meters to the corner of Französische Strasse and Glinkastrasse, where you will find the entrance to the DGUV.
From the central station (Hauptbahnhof), take the rapid transit (S-Bahn, all lines) to the Friedrichstrasse S-Bahn/underground station. At the Friedrichstrasse exit, turn right towards Unter den Linden and proceed as far as Französische Strasse. After approximately 600 meters, turn right into Französische Strasse. Proceed 190 meters to the corner of Französische Strasse and Glinkastrasse, where you will find the entrance to the DGUV.
By car (possible only with a green emissions sticker)
We do not recommend arriving by car since there is no car parking in or around Glinkastrasse.