CARDIS 2021 is over. All pre-recordings and the recordings of the live sessions are now available on the CARDIS YouTube Channel.
CARDIS 2021 was accompanied by the Fall School on Nano-Electronics for Secure Systems (NESSY). NESSY is aimed at PhD students, postdocs and interested individuals and is supposed to offer the opportunity for networking, discussions, and collaboration. CARDIS 2021 and NESSY shared an invited talk.
COVID-19 Related Information
We are aware that the Corona virus situation still leads to some uncertainties on travel and events. However, the organizers are committed to the hybrid conference with a physical meeting and the value it brings to the community.
Rule set summary for CARDIS 2021
CARDIS 2021 adopts the policy that only tested, vaccinated or recovered individuals are allowed to enter the venue. This policy is called "3G" in Germany and currently applies to nearly everything in Schleswig-Hostein that happens indoors. Please take this into account if you plan to travel to Lübeck.
- You are "vaccinated" if you got your last (second shot or first, if Johnson&Johnson) COVID vaccinatin shot more than 2 weeks but less than a year ago. You can prove this by showing your ID/passport and your vaccination certificate (digital EU certificate or yellow booklet).
- You are "recovered" if you were tested positive for COVID more than 28 days but less than 6 month ago. You can prove this by showing a positive PCR test result (digital EU certificate or on paper)
- You are "tested" if your last test for COVID is negative. You can get tested in designated test centers which will provide you with a certificate (digital or on paper). These certificates are valid for 24h (antigene speed test) or 48h (PCR test). It is also possible that you bring a selftest you bought in a supermarket and perform the test while a staff watches you. This test is only valid once. On next entry, you have to provide a new test result.
If you are not vaccinated and didn't recover from a Covid19 infection within the last 6 months, then you need to get tested if you plan to attend CARDIS 2021. PCR-tests are valid for 48 hours. Antigene speed tests are valid for 24 hours. There is a test center near the venue (more information below).
You have to wear a qualified face mask wherever you are not checked for 3G. This especially applies to public transportation in all of Germany. But also shops usually don't ask for 3G. Follow this link to get more information on what makes a face mask qualified.
If you are indoors and checked for 3G, then wearing a mask is only a recommendation in Schleswig-Holstein. 3G applies to nearly everything in Schleswig-Holstein: restaurants, concerts, events, ... . However, we highly recommend wearing a face mask as infection numbers are rising even though they are still low compared to the rest of Germany.
The state of Schleswig-Holstein recommends to keep a distance of 1.5m to others. If this is not possible, it is recommended to wear a face mask.
Please keep up to date on the latest news related to COVID-19 in Germany, and especially Schleswig-Holstein:
Information Summary and Collection:
- Overview Germany: https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/N/Neuartiges_Coronavirus/Transport/Handzettel.pdf?__blob=publicationFile
- All recommendations for Germany: www.rki.de/covid-19-en
- Leaflet from the Federal Ministry of Health for Travellers: https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/N/Neuartiges_Coronavirus/Transport/BMG_Reisende_Tab.html
- Digital registration form for participants entering Germany from a risc area, high-incidence area, or area of variants of concern: https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de
- Designated risc areas: https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/N/Neuartiges_Coronavirus/Risikogebiete_neu.html?nn=2386228
- Requirements for tests and proof of vaccination or recovery: https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en/coronavirus/2317268
- Local health authority in Lübeck: https://tools.rki.de/PLZTool/en-GB?q=23554
Current Infection and Vacciation Rates:
- Weekly situation report: https://www.rki.de/EN/Content/infections/epidemiology/outbreaks/COVID-19/Situationsberichte_Tab.html
- Infection rates (dashboard): https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/478220a4c454480e823b17327b2bf1d4/page/page_1/ (in German)
- Vaccination rates (dashboard): https://impfdashboard.de/ (in German)
Social Distancing and Local Rules:
Please note that there is no unified COVID19 rule set in Germany. Each state maintains a separate rule set that is adopted to the current local situation. If you arrive to Germany outside of Schleswig-Holstein (e.g. Hamburg or Hesse) you may need to adhere to different rules than those that apply to our venue in Lübeck.
- Rules of the different states: https://www.bundesregierung.de/breg-de/themen/coronavirus/corona-bundeslaender-1745198
- Rules in Schleswig-Holstein: https://www.schleswig-holstein.de/DE/Schwerpunkte/Coronavirus/Allgemeines/allgemeines_node.html (in German)
- Test centers in Lübeck: https://www.schleswig-holstein.de/DE/Schwerpunkte/Coronavirus/Allgemeines/TeststationenKarte/teststationen_node.html?lang=de (in German)
Test Center Near Venue:
cbaMED - Hostentorplatz (private provider)
Am Holstentorpaltz 1
Appointment necessary: no
Fee: 18.90 € (Credit or Debit card)
Opening hours: Monday - Thursday 09:00h - 19:00h; Friday and Saturday 10:00h - 22:00h; Sunday 10:00h - 20:00h
More information: https://holstentor-hl-cbamed.probatix.de/
Qualified Face Masks
Masks are accepted as being qualified face masks if they are "medical masks" as described in European Norm DIN EN 14683:2019+AC:2019. Additionally, masks that are not registered as medical masks but provide comparable protection guarantees. To be precise, masks are accepted if they meet one of these international standards:
- FFP2 and FFP3 (European Norm DIN EN 149:2001+A1:2009)
- N95 (US american standard NIOSH-42CFR84)
- KN95 (Chinese standard GB 2626-2006)
- P2 (Australian/Newzealandian standard AS/NZ 1716:2012)
- DS2 (Japanese standard JMHLW-Notification 214,2018)
- KF94 (Korean standard 1st Class KMOEL-2017-64)