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ESCCA 2023

Bridging the (cytometry) flows

The Netherlands

27-30 September 2023

  • ESCCA programme 2023


  • Registration ESCCA 2023 Utrecht


    Registration opens on 15 May 2023

  • ESCCA 2023 abstract submission


    Abstract submission opens on 15 May 2023

  • Utrecht



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The ESCCA meetings are of major importance for education and scientific exchange in the fields of basic, translational and clinical applications in cytometry, in particular flow cytometry applications and in Hematology, Immunology, Cancer and Cell Biology.

The ESCCA 2023 conference will provide a world stage for your company to market and showcase its products, services and achievements to key decision makers. The majority of the delegates are hematologists, immunologists, microbiologists, specialists in Laboratory Medicine, researchers and technicians, laboratory managers and staff, and pharma biologists related to clinically applied flow cytometry. Delegates come from all over the world.

The ESCCA exhibit packages are aimed to offer value added benefits for all sponsor categories. Besides booth space and extensive acknowledgements, these packages include 1-4 complimentary full conference registration(s), depending on the package. There will also be attractive additional promotional opportunities to further increase your exposure, ranging from an insert in the delegate bag to the sponsoring of a session.

Should you wish to increase even further your exposure, you have the opportunity to become an ESCCA Corporate Sponsor. This gives your company maximum exposure on a year-round basis, whilst at the same time you will be actively supporting and participating in ESCCA innovative projects and forthcoming activities. For more information please contact the Conference Coordinator (details below).

The Sponsor brochure will be available by 12 December 2022 and can be ordered by e-mail, see below for the contact details. Sponsors who have exhibited in previous years will automatically receive the brochure.

For more information please contact the ESCCA Conference Organiser:

Babette Schmidt
Your Conference Support
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Phone: +31 (0)20 644 07 16

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Confirmed Sponsors

ESCCA is very grateful for the financial support of the below companies for the ESCCA Conference.

For more information about the sponsor opportunites, please contact the Conference Coordinator.

Sponsors are listed in the order of confirmation of their sponsorship

Premier Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

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ESCCA 2023

ESCCA and the Organising & Scientific Committees cordially invite you to join ESCCA in Utrecht, the Netherlands, to participate in one of the most important educational events in flow cytometry.

Every year some 400 delegates from all over the world gather to be part of this platform for scientific knowledge exchange and contacts with colleagues in the field. The ESCCA Conferences have become of major importance for education and scientific exchange in the fields of basic, translational and clinical applications in cytometry, in particular, flow cytometry applications and in Hematology, Immunology, Cancer and Cell Biology.

ESCCA 2023 will take place in Utrecht, the Netherlands, from Wednesday 27 - Saturday 30 September 2023.

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welcome reception

Wednesday 27 September 2023

18:00 - 19:00 hrs.

The Welcome Reception will take place in the exhibition area, right after the last session on Wednesday, from 18.00-19.00 hrs.

Free of charge for registered participants. 

Please note: pre-registration required.

Dutch Evening

Friday 29 September 2023

18:30 - 23:00 HRS.

18:30-18.45: Bus transportation to the Museum. Departure location see the conference app.

19:00 - 23:00: Dutch Evening

Costs: € 65. Pre-registration is required

The Dutch Evening will take place in the Railway Museum, housed in a former station in Utrecht. From the very moment you arrive in the historic Maliebaan Station, the atmosphere of Dutch railway history is  palpable.

The entrance to the museum dates from 1874 and is where the train to Paris used to depart. The hall with enormous chandeliers, marble floor and walls covered in murals also boasts several waiting rooms, including a real-life Royal waiting room. 

On the train platform you can visit the inside of the Royal Train customised for former Queen Juliana early in the 1950s. Then will enter the Museum Hall, where the historic locomotives, coaches and trains  - one of which the oldest original steam locomotive in the Netherlands - make a memorable backdrop for the Dutch Evening! 

The Dutch ‘touch’ can be felt throughout the evening, from the Dutch historical venue, the Dutch street food with locally sourced food and wines, the 'Automatiek' (food vending machine), to the one of the best DJs in the Netherlands. DJ-saxophonist Charleon  knows how to throw a party! His saxophone solos are the pinnacle of his DJ live show and have got not only the Dutch audience dancing, but he’s shared his music and performances globally for tours in China, India, England, France, Italy, Germany, and Spain.

The museum closes at 23.00 hrs., but you will  be dropped off close to the historic city centre of Utrecht. Its intact medieval buildings, the canals with centuries’ old wharf cellars – unique in the world – and the tallest church tower in the Netherlands are not to miss. This part of town is packed with restaurants, bars and outdoor terraces along the Old Canal to cater everyone's taste. 

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