CD Congress Centre Ljubljana – at the Heart of Science

CD Congress Centre Ljubljana
CD Congress Centre Ljubljana

A major Slovenian convention centre, CD Congress Centre Ljubljana hosts congresses, symposia, conferences and seminars at which scientists, specialists and professionals present and examine the latest scientific findings and share valuable and original ideas. Some of the most prominent 2015/16 events to take place at CD are the Biennial International Conference on Engineering Vibration ICOEV, the annual meeting of cities involved in the European CIVITAS initiative, the AUTEX Conference that covers all areas of textile industry as well as a variety of national and international meetings of medical professionals, including the Alzheimer Europe Conference and the annual Family Medicine Days.

Recent congresses, conferences, symposia, meetings at CD Congress Centre Ljubljana

3–4 February 2016
SEEA Net Conference
Dual diagnosis (comorbidity) is the condition of suffering from a mental illness and a psychoactive substance abuse problem (PAS). These patients experience relapses more often, which results in frequent hospitalisations, higher suicide rates, development of violent behaviour, acute complications (including infections, e.g. hepatitis and HIV viruses), weakening of a patient’s social and family engagement and higher treatment costs. W

18–19 March 2016
19th Family Medicine Days
Family Medicine Days is a conference dedicated to family medicine doctors, trainee specialists as well as all practitioners and pharmacists wishing to enhance and expand their knowledge of family medicine. The conference is organised by the Family Medicine Practitioners’ Association and Institute for the Development of Medicine. W

21–23 March 2016
European Robotics Forum – ERF 2016
European Robotics Forum (ERF) is an annual meeting of the euRobotics organisation that comprises 240 industrial, university and research partners from European Union and has direct influence on financing future researches into robotics. The event’s central aim is networking; yielding a lot of fresh information, most relevantly the results of the latest EU researches, the programme includes workshops on various areas of robotics, a trade exhibition and presentations.

ERF 2016 takes place at an age when flying robots are becoming increasingly more indispensable for civilian purposes, and when cars are becoming robots. ERF 2016 presents an excellent opportunity for establishing contacts with all the most prominent EU robotics experts and gaining a fresh insight into this burgeoning field. W

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