Call for Volunteers
- Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, get connected and network with scientists and professionals dedicated to the various aspects of clinical cell analysis
- You will be given free access to ESCCA 2017
- You will gain practical experience in the organisational aspects of conferences
- Volunteers play an integral role and contribute to the success of the meeting
- You will receive a Certificate of Assistance & Attendance
The Call for Volunteers including more information on the tasks, the working schedule, qualifications and requirements will be available early 2017 and can already be (pre-)ordered from the Conference Coordinator, Babette Schmidt, at email@example.com.
Registration Desk - opening hours
The below schedule is a preliminary indication based on the previous conferences. It will be updated in the course of next year after the scientific programme has been drawn up.
|Saturday 23 September||pre-registration from 17.00-19.30 hrs.|
|Sunday 24 September||08.00 - 18.00 hrs.|
|Monday 25 September||08.30 - 18.00 hrs.|
|Tuesday 26 September||08.30 - 17.00 hrs.|
|Wednesday 27 September||08.30 - 17.00 hrs.|
The abstracts will be made available online only: bundled in a downloadable PDF as well as in individually downloadable documents. Approximately one week before the Conference registered participants will receive an email with a link to access the abstracts.
Accreditation for the whole meeting will be applied for. Visit the Accreditation page for more information.
Certificate of attendance
A personal certificate of attendance stating the number of contact hours/credits will be sent to you by e-mail after the Conference.
The official conference language is English.
The dress code during the entire meeting including the Conference Dinner is “smart casual”.
Education session presentations
The presentations of the education sessions will be available on this website after the Conference. Each participant will receive an access code by email on the day the presentations are accessible. If you are an ESCCA member, you will have unlimited access to the presentations of all courses through the members’ page of the ESCCA website. There, you can already view the presentations of previous conferences.
Electricity - adapters needed
The electricity network in Greece operates at 220-240 Volts.
Free WiFi will be available for roaming and browsing on mobile phones, tablets/iPads. The login codes will be mentioned in the Final Programme book which you will receive on-site with your registration materials.
Delegates are advised to arrange adequate travel, health and other insurance before they leave their home country. The Organising Committee and the Conference organisers will not be liable and will not compensate for any damage incurred to participants during the meeting.