27-30 October 2020 Online only
Europe/Berlin timezone


Due to the global Covid-19 pandemic the Serpent User Group Meeting will be hybrid. We will provide an online platform as well as the possibility to participate in-person. The registration form will be adjusted accordingly, so please update your information. If one can travel to Munich, please be aware that special regulations to enter Germany are in place. Also, one has to follow strict hygiene rules. The meeting will be held under the strict TUM hygiene rules as well.

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us.

Entry restrictions

Currently (08. September 2020) there are travel restrictions for a large number of countries. The entry is allowed for visitors from the following countries:

  • EU member states
  • Member states of the Schengen Area
  • The United Kingdom
  • Australia, Georgia, Canada, New Zealand, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay 

Please also refer to the homepage of the Robert Koch Institut

Entry from other countries is only possible in exceptional cases and is conditional on there being an urgent Need.

Please be aware that this list can change at short notice. For more information please refer to the homepage of the Federal Foreign Office.

How to conduct yourself when in Germany?

Mouth and nose must be covered aboard any public Transport and in stores.

If travellers develop symptoms associated with COVID-19 (coughing, a runny nose, sore throat or fever) they should get in touch by phone with a doctor or contact the hotline 116 117. Your hotels and the meeting organizers can also help in such cases. Travellers should keep the contact details of their home country’s embassy or consulate in Germany in case they need to contact them.

Information by the Federal Ministry of Health in english can be found here.

Extensive information in English and other languages on current regulations is available here.

A short overview on what to do to help protect yourself and others is available here.