Accompanying events

Visit to KCRI Core Lab. (Wed. Sep. 20, 14:00 – 15:30) just meet at the registration desk and go for a short walk to visit KCRI. KCRI is a full-service clinical research and education organization launched in 2004 by interventional cardiologists and clinical personnel from Krakow University Hospital. Its original mission was to support a burgeoning field of clinical research in Poland and Central Europe. Initially it was focused on interventional cardiovascular medicine and devices, which to this day remains our key specialty. To this end, it included from the very beginning a cardiovascular imaging core laboratory, the first of its kind in Poland and Eastern Europe, and the only one to this day in the region.

Celebrate with us 70-th birthday of Professor Ryszard Tadeusiewicz – one of founding fathers of biocybernetics and biomedical engineering in Poland - with personal recollections from his colleagues, (Wed. Sep. 20, 17:30 – 19:00, bldg B-2 room 100 ). The special session will be immediately followed by reception in Krakus restaurant which comes from Poland’s oldest student folkloristic ensemble with over 60 years of tradition and many spectacular successes in Poland and abroad. Those who selected this option are invited to see a show of regional dances and music given by Krakus Ensemble. The regional dance show will commence at 19:15 at the Krakus Restaurant and will last for approximately 1 hour.

Attend to open lecture on Integrated Structural and Functional Research on Nervous System by prof. Ewa Zalewska (Thu. Sep. 21, 10:00 – 11:30, bldg B-2 room 111 ). The lecture will present latest achievments and advances in simultaneous fMRI and electrophysiological research of brain functions. The lecture is open to general public.

Meet with us at traditional Jewish District surrounding (Thu. Sep. 21, 18:30 – 21:30 ) for a dinner in Szara Kazimierz restaurant (Kraków ul. Szeroka 39). Those who selected this option will have an opportunity to network and relax in a more informal setting away from the scientific sessions. A guided tour may precede the dinner if requested in advance.

Attend to open course on how to write a successful scientific paper by prof. Adam Liebert (Fri. Sep. 22, 10:00 – 11:30, bldg B-2 room 111). The course will reveal some common hints for authors of scientific papers from an editor point of view. Recommended in particular for young scientist planning their professional university or research career. The lecture is open to general public.


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