The 17 conference rooms for the Cardiovascular Diseases Congress, that recently came to a close in Zaragoza, included high definition audiovisuals and also enabled the over 600 speakers to give their presentations on widescreen format.
Once again, the Cyex Congress Services team has taken special care in the staging for this major Spanish dermatology congress. Every year, the specialists in the care of the outer covering of our body urge us to also pay the utmost attention to the external and staging aspects of their congress.
The post-congress report for the AEDV congress is now available. With over 130 pages, this document includes the evaluation by the authors of each of the scientific presentations, the polling results, and a comprehensive analysis of all the congress relevant data. It is a key instrument for the Scientific Committee to organise the next AEDV congress.
In May 2017 Cyex will enlist in a new project: the organisation of the Spanish Society of Pathological Anatomy (SEAP) congress as well as the congress by the Spanish Society of Cardiology (Cytology) and the Spanish Society of Forensic Pathology (SEPAF) congress, in what promises to be a major and exciting event that will be carried out with the invaluable collaboration of the organising committee and the local advisory committee.
Through the launching of this new web site, Cyex, the company that organises many of the country´s most important medical-scientific congresses, finalises the image renovation that it has shared with the media over the past months.
To stay on the cutting edge in congress organisation, the Cyex Congress Services team attended the ESC Cardiology Congress, whose 32,000 participants have made it the world's largest cardiology event.
This congress not only stands out for its impeccable organisation, but also for its large number of high quality temporary conference rooms, its excellent poster areas, and its HD widescreen audiovisual system. The Cyex team attends this congress (that already surpasses the American congresses for this speciality in participation and scientific quality) every two years and applies many of the innovations used in this major event to the congresses it organises.
One of the most outstanding innovations this year in the new areas devoted to outdoor presentations was the “Gladiators' Arena” that, through the use of amazing LED screens, made it possible to stage presentations for over 500 people in alfresco conference rooms in Rome's warm August climate.