Information from A-Z

Abstracts

All accepted abstracts will be published as a supplement to the European Journal of Neurology. There will be no printed book available, but a USB drive can be picked up at the EAN booth. You will receive a voucher together with your badge.

You can create your personal abstract book by using the Interactive Programme Planner (IPP).

The abstracts can also be found online here and on www.europeanjournalofneurology.com.

App

The congress app "EAN Congress" will be available for download free of charge on Google Play and iTunes.

It includes the interactive programme planner (IPP), all session evaluations as well as the voting system for the Interactive sessions. Please download the app and login with your EAN user information. You can then go ahead and create your personal congress programme. You will also be able to access the favourites you made on the EAN Congress website.

Seize all benefits of the EAN Congress app to connect and meet with colleagues, prepare your meeting schedule and have additional and up-to-date information on the congress.

The  congress app is supported by Roche.

 
 
 

ATM/Cash Machine

An ATM/cash machine is located next to the Exhibition entrance.

Attendance Tracking Report

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Badges

Access to all scientific and networking events will only be possible with your personal badge. All participants are requested to wear their name badge throughout the congress.

If you forget your badge, we can reprint it for a deposit of 50€. The deposit will be returned once you show that you still have both badges, of which we will keep one. If you lost your badge or cannot show both badges, 50€ will be charged.

Scanning of badges

Participants are not obliged to allow exhibitors to scan their badge in the exhibition area or when entering an industry symposium. Participants must show their badge for proof of access rights, but do not need to let someone scan it. With allowing a company to scan, you acknowledge that your registration details will be forwarded to the exhibitor.

Caring for the environment

Bag recycling - You can leave your congress bag at the registration desk when leaving the congress.

Green print - The print materials of this congress have been printed on paper that is PEFC approved. PEFC is an organisation that certifies paper manufacturers who keep to sustainable forest management criteria.

Reducing print - The printed programme is available only for participants who order it in advance at registration. The complete programme can also be found online in the Interactive Programme Planner (IPP) and on our congress app and you can create your individual schedule & abstract book.

Recycling - As part of our efforts we try to produce less waste and recycle plastic, glass, cans and paper.

Foodwaste - The venue has signed an agreement with the Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment on a 50% reduction in food waste by 2030. This is one of the United Nations' sustainable development goals (SDGs).

We are also trying to use only recyclable tableware.
Offset your Carbon Footprint - You can contribute to our ecological efforts by offsetting the Carbon Footprint of your travels to Oslo. A Carbon Offset represents a reduction in emissions somewhere else. You can learn more and offset your carbon foot print at: www.carbonfund.org.

We are doing our best and there is still much to learn. We will be happy to hear your ideas; please do not hesitate to write to us at headoffice(at)ean.org.

Certificate of Attendance

If you need a report of your attendance in sessions, please evaluate all sessions that you have attended immediately after the session. You can obtain a CME Certificate, including all sessions attended, via the online registration platform after the congress. If you have any questions, you can find a designated 'App and Evaluation Helpdesk' in the congress entrance area next to the registration desk.

Step-by-step guide to your certificate

1. Evaluate: Evaluate all sessions that you have attended. For this, please use the EAN website and EAN Congress App or go to the 'App and Evaluation Helpdesk' next to the registration area. Please note that evaluation is possible until Wednesday, 24 July 2019, 23:59 CET.

2. Get your certificate: Go to old.ean.org/oslo2019 and login with your EAN user information. Then, go to the online congress registration platform via "Register now" and click on "My documents". There you will be able to download your CME Certificate. The certificate lists all sessions that were evaluated and includes all CME points. Please note that your certificate will be available in your user area only after the congress, i.e. from 3 July 2019.

CME Certificates will only be provided to participants who have evaluated the sessions attended during the congress. Evaluation is possible until Wednesday, 24 July 2019, 23:59 CET.

The 5th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) has been accredited by EACCME and is designated for a maximum of, or up to 27 European CME credits (ECMEC). Please find a list of countries that accept EACCME accreditation on the UEMS Website.

The UEMS-EACCME® has mutual recognition agreements with the American Medical Association (AMA) and with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada for live Events.

Children at EAN Congress 2019 / Kindergarten

Aiming to support families and parents attending the 2019 Congress, EAN will provide a child care service to all registered participants.

The Kindergarten Service is easy to find, located in Norges Varemesse next to Hall Paris (B4). Please note that children over the age of 1 year are not allowed to access the exhibition area due to the pharma codex. Thank you for your understanding.

Climate

The average temperature in Oslo in June/July is 15,4° - 18°C.

Cloakroom

A cloakroom is located in the registration area and is open during the registration secretariat opening hours. The cloakroom service is free of charge.

Clothing

Informal for all occasions. It is recommended to bring a jacket and an umbrella.

CME Accreditation

The 3rd Congress of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) has been accredited by EACCME and is designated for a maximum of, or up to 24 European CME credits (ECMEC). Please find here a list of countries that accept EACCME accreditation.

The UEMS-EACCME® has mutual recognition agreements with the American Medical Association (AMA) and with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada for live Events.

The EAN congress 2017 in Amsterdam has been accredited by the Netherlands Society of Neurology with a maximum of 24 credits.

Congress registration desk

The registration service desks, located in the entrance area of the congress venue, are open during the following hours:

Fri, 28.06.2019: 16.00 - 19.00 h (badge/congress bag pick-up for pre-registered delegates only)

Sat, 29.06.2019: 7.30 - 20.00 h

Sun, 30.06.2019: 7.00 - 19.00 h

Mon, 01.07.2019: 7.00 - 19.00 h

Tue, 02.07.2019: 7.30 - 17.00 h

All congress material (congress bag, personal name badge, etc.) will be handed over to the registered participants in this area. Onsite registration will be accepted, but receipt of all congress material cannot be guaranteed. Accepted payment methods on-site are credit card or cash.

During the above-mentioned opening hours, the registration service desks can be reached at +43 676 637 39 56.

Congress Venue

Norges Varemesse - Norway Convention & Exhibition Centre

Messeveien 8

2004 Lillestrøm

Norway

www.norgesvaremesse.no/

The 5th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology takes place at the Norges Varemesse - Norway Convention & Exhibition Centre, which is located in Lillestrøm, only a few minutes away from the Oslo city centre by train and only 12 minutes away from the Oslo airport. We highly recommend going by train as it is the fastest and cheapest way from the airport to the congress centre and the city centre.

It takes 16 minutes from the city centre to the congress centre. You can take trains #R10, #L13, #R11 in both directions every 10 minutes. Try to avoid train #L1, which will hold at every stop and takes 34 minutes to the city centre.

The average cost for a ticket is 23 NOK/2.40 EUR per ticket.

Currency and Banks

The official currency of the 5th EAN Congress in Oslo is Euro (€). However, the local currency is Norwegian Krone (NOK), exchange rate is about 1 NOK = 0,10€. Both currencies and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard etc.) will be accepted.However, cash will be accepted in Euro only.

The easiest ways to get Euros is to get them from an ATM ("minibank"), which are everywhere in Oslo. Most ATMs work with credit cards of the Visa and MasterCard type, and debit cards that use the Maestro or Cirrus systems.

While credit cards (usually MasterCard and Visa) are accepted in most hotels and restaurants, many shops, cafes or museums still don't. Most banks and post offices are open from Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. and post offices are usually open daily from 7 a.m. and 10 p.m.

EAN Booth - Your Home of neurology

"900,000,000 brains - 45,000 members - 47 countries - one community!"

Location: in front of the main auditorium (take a right from the main entrance)

Opening hours:

Saturday, 29 June 2019: 07:30-18:30

Sunday, 30 June 2019: 07:30-18:00

Monday, 01 July 2019: 07:30-18:00

Tuesday, 02 July 2019: 07:30-13:00

Visit the EAN Booth and its 4 different areas (HOME, MEET, LEARN and RESEARCH) and find out more about the European Academy of Neurology, your home of neurology, and its aims and missions:

 

HOME

Relax on our sofas and feel at HOME. Learn everything about EAN and the benefits of being a valuable part of Europe's largest community of neurologists. Get all information on our different membership programmes, meet the people behind EAN, the EAN Board as well as the EAN Head Office. Get information on MyEAN and our activities in social networks. EAN Congress Postcards can be mailed - just drop them in the mailbox, EAN will provide the stamp and mail it for you! Join us and become a member of our community!

 

LEARN

When visiting the LEARN area, you can find all educational aspects that underpin the EAN vision to be the Home of Neurology and advance high-quality patient care. From study programmes outside the EAN congress or grants to support projects in other European Neurological Departments or online learning possibilities. 

Please visit the RRFS desk to get first-hand information for Neurologists in training.

 

RESEARCH

Get all the information on EAN guideline production and the Scientific Panels - not only on panel membership but also what these panels do and plan to do in the future. Grab your copy of the European Journal of Neurology and make yourself familiar with other great publications.

 

MEET

Visit this area already in the morning for a cup of coffee and a chat among colleagues from all over Europe and the world and seize the opportunity for quick casual business meetings. MEET your colleagues in a relaxed setting! Coffee will be served in the mornings and evenings - stop by to hang out and get to know our next congress destinations. Come by and pick-up a paper printout of our #EAN2019 picture posted on social media. Latest information on the 2019 EAN Congress in Oslo will also be made available. During coffee and lunch breaks, Challenge yourself with the tricky EAN "hot wire" game.

EAN Bag

Need one-of-a-kind memorabilia? Come by and purchase one of the unique EAN bags - strictly limited to 150 pieces maximum per congress year, made of the poster background tarps of the 2015 - 2018 EAN congresses in Berlin, Copenhagen and Amsterdam and Lisbon. EAN decided to re-use nearly all printed tarps and cloths of the poster booths and design its very own limited collector item. The EAN bags are produced locally in Vienna, Austria by WienWork, an organisation that enables people with disabilities, chronic illnesses or long-term unemployed people to participate in economic and social life. With every purchase of a bag you support this project.

EAN unique bag: Be sure to get your one-of-a-kind limited bag for only €20 (discount possibilities: 2 for €35 and 3 for €45 only and 4 for €50)

Electricity

Oslo and Norway use the 220 – 240 Volt/50 Mhz system and two-pin continental plugs – the same as most other European countries.

Electric appliances use continental-style two-pin plugs. Power converters can be borrowed at some hotels. Electrical supply stores do not usually sell adapters.

If you visit from the UK, Ireland, Australia or Switzerland, you need to bring a plug adaptor. C, E and F type plugs generally fit on Norwegian electricity sockets.

The USA, Canada and a large part of South America have the different 110-127 Volt system, which means many devices from there can only be connected in Oslo using a transformer.

Emergency Phone Numbers

In case of an emergency there are three different phone numbers you should know.

Fire and major accidents: Tel 110

Police and rescue coordination centre: Tel 112

Ambulance and medical assistance: Tel 113

EVALUATION/QUALITY CONTROL

In order to guarantee the quality of the upcoming congresses, we are carrying out congress evaluations.

General Evaluation
The general evaluation of the congress will be sent to all congress participants after the congress.
 

Session Evaluation/CME Certificate
If you need a report of your attendance in sessions, please evaluate all sessions that you have attended. Once evaluation of the sessions is complete, you can obtain a CME Certificate, including all sessions attended, via the online registration platform.

If you have any questions, you can find a designated 'App and Evaluation Helpdesk' in the congress entrance area next to the registration desk.

 

Step-by-step guide to your certificate

1. Evaluate

Evaluate all sessions that you have attended. For this, please use the EAN website and EAN Congress App or go to the 'App and Evaluation Helpdesk' next to the registration area. Please note that evaluation is possible until Wednesday, 24 July 2019, 23:59 CET

2. Get your certificate

Go to old.ean.org/oslo2019 and login with your EAN user information. Then, go to the online congress registration platform via "Register now" and click on "My documents". There you will be able to download your CME Certificate and a confirmation of participation. The certificate lists all sessions that were evaluated and includes all CME points. Please note that your certificate will be available in your user area only after the congress, i.e. from 3 July 2019.

CME Certificates will only be provided to participants who have evaluated the sessions attended during the congress. Evaluation is possible until Friday, 19 July 2019, 23:59 CET.

Please take time to complete the electronic evaluation forms provided for each session you attend. Your input is essential for planning future EAN congresses and for receiving your certificate.

Exhibition

An extensive exhibition will be held concurrently with the congress.

Exhibition opening hours are:

Saturday, 29 June 2019: 9:00 - 17:00h

Sunday, 30 June 2019: 9:00 - 17:00h

Monday, 1 July 2019: 9:00 - 17:00h

Tuesday, 2 July 2019: 9:00 - 13:30h

Accompanying children over the age of 1 year are not allowed to access the exhibition area due to the Pharma Codex. Thank you for your understanding. The exhibition floor plan can be found here.

Film and photos

Please be advised that photographs and video recordings may be taken at the 5th EAN Congress. By participating in the congress, you consent to the publication, release, exhibition and/or reproduction of such photos to be used for the EAN website, EAN newsblog "EAN pages" and on social media.

Hotel and travel

Official Housing Agency
AIM Group International
hotel(at)ean.org

The Vienna office of the AIM Group International has been appointed as the official housing partner for EAN 2019 and is offering hotel accommodation for group and individual bookings.

AIM is present at the Congress Secretariat. Staff can assist you with your hotel bookings.

Important Addresses

Norges Varemesse - Norway Convention & Exhibition Centre
Messeveien 8
2004 Lillestrøm
Norway
www.norgesvaremesse.no/

European Academy of Neurology
EAN Head Office
Breite Gasse 4/7
1070 Vienna,
Austria
Phone: +43 1 889 05 03
Fax: +43 1 889 05 03 13
headoffice(at)ean.orgold.ean.org

Insurance and Liability

The Congress organisers and PCO cannot accept liability for personal accidents or loss of or damage to private property of participants, either during or indirectly arising from the 5th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology.

It is recommended that all participants are covered by personal travel insurance for their trip.

Interactive Programme Planner (IPP)

Please use the IPP in order to create your personal programme and abstract book.

All invited lectures, oral sessions and poster presentations will be available in the IPP. By logging in with your EAN user information, you will be able to save and edit your personal programme. It is available for desktop, tablet and in our congress app.

Contents are sorted by topic and can be searched through standard web search functions. Once you have created your personal programme, you can export it to different calendar formats, or download it as a book of abstracts.

The IPP will be available before and during the congress.

Internet Corner / “Print your boarding pass”

An Internet Corner is located in the venue and is available to all congress participants during the opening hours.

In this area also, Wi-Fi is available. There will be printers available.

Language

The official language of the congress is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided.

Lost and Found

Please apply to the congress registration help desk.

Lunch and Coffee Breaks

Light lunch and coffee is included in the registration fee and will be served in the exhibition area as per the times indicated in the timetable.

Mail/Messages

ePoster and ePresentation presenters can be contacted via the online poster system.

If you wish to leave a message for somebody, please apply to the congress registration help desk.

Medical Assistance

Please apply to the congress registration help desk.

Members’ Lounge

EAN Full and Corresponding individual members, FEANs and Faculty Members have the possibility to network and enjoy their lunch in a separated Members' Lounge.

The Members' Lounge is located next to the EAN Booth area on the Mezzanine and is open from 7:30-18:30 Saturday till Monday and 7:30-14:30 on Tuesday.

A photographer to take a portrait picture of you for your EAN profile is located in  this area during on site announced hours.

Mini-Programme

The mini-programme gives you an overview of the scientific programme at a glance.

Mobile Charging Station

Mobile charging stations will be placed all over the venue available to all congress participants. The mobile charging station is supported by ROCHE - Hoffman-La Roche AG.

 
 
 

Mobile Phones

Please note that mobile phones must be switched off during all sessions.

Oslo Pass

VisitOslo offers a 20% discount on the pass. The easiest way to do it is to come to the Oslo Visitor Center at Østbanehallen (inside the main central train station – Oslo S) Congress participants will then just have to show their badge to get the discounted passes.

Oslo pass includes free travel in the city, entrance to museums and much more. Find out more here

Official Letter of Invitation

Visa regulations depend on your nationality and country of origin. Please contact your local consulate or embassy for official instructions on the specific visa regulations and application procedures that apply to you.

The organisers will be pleased to send a letter of invitation to any individual requesting one, once their registration and fee have been received. It is to be understood that such an invitation is intended to help potential participants raise travel funds or obtain a visa. It is not a commitment on the part of the congress to provide any financial support. You may request such a letter during the online registration or from the Administrative Secretariat at registration.ean(at)congrex.com.

Paperless Congress

As in previous years, the Scientific Programme and the Abstract book will be available online only. A printed mini programme including all main sessions from the scientific programme as well as an overview and general information, will be available on demand.

This year for the first time, Teaching Course manuscripts will not be printed hand-outs anymore, but available as digital file on the congress website on the day of the course.

The Abstract book will also be availalbe on a USB drive for all participants.

For smart phones there will be a congress app including the whole programme available.

Also the congress evaluation will be done via the App and Interactive programme planner this year.

Poster Sessions

Please see here.

Press

PRESS MEDIA CONTACT

Please direct all media inquiries to the ​press office:
B&K 
Dr Birgit Kofler
Ph.: +43-1-319 43 78
Mobile: +43-676-63 68 930
E-Mail: kofler(at)bkkommunikation.com
Skype: bkk_Birgit.Kofler

MEDIA ACCREDITATION
In order to receive a press badge, media representatives are invited to register ​online (link not available) or onsite upon presentation of credentials (valid press card or letter of assignment).

​​​Members of the press may attend the congress lectures on a complimentary basis. A press room will be available (Amsterdam Suite.)

​PRESS CONFERENCE 
The official EAN press conference will be held on Monday, Monday, 26 June 2017 at 13:00 in the EAN members area/VIP Lounge.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY

As a general rule, photographing is not permitted in congress sessions and in the exhibition. Photos taken by the official congress photographer will be made available on the EAN Congress website.(link not available)

ABSTRACTS AND EMBARGOES

The list and the full texts of abstracts will be available on the EAN Congress website (link not available) as from 15 June 2017. The embargo on the content of abstracts is lifted as soon as they are published online. Data that are to be presented during a congress session (and, as applicable, are going beyond the abstract info) are under embargo until the actual presentation at the Congress.

THIRD PARTY MEDIA POLICY

- Companies may place their press releases in the press room.

- Such press releases should make reference to the Congress of the European Academy of Neurology as well as to the session/abstract it relates to.

- Timing of third party press meetings is to be arranged in such a manner as not to coincide with official EAN press meetings​

- Press releases by companies that should be placed in the press room must be received for approval by the Congress press office (kofler@bkkommunikation.com) not later than 10 days before the beginning of the Congress.

- Embargo policy: Companies may not place ​or distribute ​a press release prior to discussion of the relevant data in the satellite symposium and/or congress session unless the content of the release is strictly limited to the information contained in an abstract published prior to the Congress on May 20, 2016.

​- One poster announcing third party press meetings and invitations to press meetings may be placed in the press room only.

PRESS RELEASES:

Press Room

A media room with wireless internet access is available to registered journalists. The Press Room is located in the green area (Thon Arena Hotel).

Printing of Abstracts

The congress abstract volume will be published on a CD-Rom. If you wish to print any of the abstracts while at the congress, please look for the printing stations in the ePoster area where you can print your choice of abstracts.

Public transportation

The congress centre is located in Lillestrøm, 16 minutes away from the Oslo city centre by train and 12 minutes away from the Oslo airport. We highly recommend going by train as it is the fastest and cheapest way from the airport to the congress centre and the city centre.

All the public transports in Oslo are part of the same ticket and price system. The tickets are valid for buses, local trains, subways and trams.

To the Airport

You can take the Airport Express 'Flytoget' from Oslo Airport Gardermoen to Lillestrøm and be at the Lillestrøm station within 12 minutes. From there it is a 3-minute walk to the Congress Centre. For more information on time schedules and ticket prices go to www.flytoget.no

From/to the city centre

It takes 16 minutes from the city centre to the congress centre. You can take trains #R10, #L13, #R11 in both directions every 10 minutes. Try to avoid train #L1, which will hold at every stop and takes 34 minutes to the city centre. The average cost for a ticket is 23 NOK/2.40 EUR per ticket.

Quality Control/Evaluation

In order to guarantee the quality of the upcoming congresses, and to get CME certification, we are carrying out congress evaluations. 

The general evaluation of the congress will be done online. On Tuesday, 27 June, all participants will receive a username and password per email during the evening. If you wish to receive individual reports of your attendance in sessions, please use the EAN website and app and evaluate all sessions that you have attended. After the congress you will receive a certificate including a report of all sessions you have attended and evaluated.

Please take time to complete the electronic evaluation forms provided for each session you attend. The forms are available in the EAN Congress app and on the Congress website. Your input is essential for planning future EAN congresses and for receiving your certificate. 

Registration desk

The registration service desks, located in the entrance area of the congress venue, are open during the following hours:

 

Fri, 28.06.2019: 16.00 - 19.00 h (badge/congress bag pick-up for pre-registered delegates only)

Sat, 29.06.2019: 7.30 - 20.00 h

Sun, 30.06.2019: 7.00 - 19.00 h

Mon, 01.07.2019: 7.00 - 19.00 h

Tue, 02.07.2019: 7.30 - 17.00 h

 

All congress material (congress bag, personal name badge, etc. ) will be handed over to the registered participants in this area. Onsite registration will be accepted, but receipt of all congress material cannot be guaranteed. Accepted payment methods on-site are credit card or cash.
During the above mentioned opening hours, the registration service desks can be reached at +43 676 637 39 56.

Restaurants

Big Horn Steak House Lillestrøm is only a few minutes away from the congress centre and offers all kinds of meat dishes.

Address: Tærudgata 2, 2004 Lillestrøm, Norway

 

Mirchi Indian Kitchen, next to the Steak House, offers different kinds of Indian food, like Tandoori dishes, curries or Biryani.

Address: Tærudgata 2, 2004 Lillestrøm, Norway

Scientific Replay Lounge

The Scientific Replay Lounge is located on the gallery in the exhibition hall and will be available for the comfort of participants, providing a place to see webcasts of selected previous sessions, relax and meet with colleagues.

Shopping/Restaurants/VAT Value added tax & Tipping

Shopping
Shops in Copenhagen are allowed to stay open every Sunday and longer on Saturdays and weekdays.
Opening hours vary though, and department stores and supermarkets usually stay open longer. Outside ordinary shopping hours various kiosks are open for sale of tobacco, newspapers and sweets etc. Bakeries, florists and souvenir shops are usually open seven days a week.
In 2014 these are the most common opening hours: Monday - Thursday 10:00 - 18:00, Friday 10:00 - 19:00, Saturday 10:00 - 16:00, Sunday 12:00 - 16:00.

Restaurants
Seasonal ingredients. Organic. Innovative. These are just some of the words describing the Copenhagen gastronomic scene today. Just a decade ago not many took notice of the Nordic kitchen, but this has changed dramatically. Copenhagen is fast becoming one of the leading gastronomic destinations.

VAT Value added tax & Tipping
Danish prices include 25 percent Value Added Tax (VAT). It is refundable to persons who are non-EU residents and who are travelling to a non-EU destination. Tax free shopping is possible in many major shops and department stores in Copenhagen.
In Copenhagen, tipping is not a tradition. If you receive an extraordinary good service, you are welcome to reward it with a tip, but it is not expected.

Smoking policy

Smoking is prohibited at all times in the meeting halls, exhibit halls and restrooms. Your compliance is appreciated.

Speakers' Service Center (SSC)

All speakers are requested to hand in their presentations (PowerPoint only) via a USB compatible memory stick at the Speakers’ Service Centre (SSC) at least three hours before the beginning of the session. The SSC is located behind the EAN Booth between the exhibition and the Main Auditorium on the first level.

 

Speakers will have the opportunity to check their presentations on PCs available in the SSC.

Tax Free Shopping in Norway

The minimal purchase amount for tax free shopping for regular goods is 315 NOK, and for food 290 NOK.
To qualify for tax free shopping you must have a permanent residence (minimum 183 days) outside Norway, Sweden, Finland or Denmark.

 Further information here.

Teaching Courses

Please check the Scientific Programme for the scheduling of Teaching Courses. If you wish to participate, please purchase your ticket in advance when registering to the congress.

Time Zone

Norway is in the Central European Timezone (CET).

Tickets for public transportation

There are two types of cards for Lisboa's public transportation.

The Viagem card, which is designed for non-frequent unsers.

http://www.metrolisboa.pt/eng/customer-info/viva-viagem-card/

The Lisboa Card, which offers valid cards from 24 hours to 72 hours.

https://www.lisboacard.org/

Bus ride (single trip) 1,85 € for on-board paymet

Tram ride (single trip) 2,90 € for on-board payment

Generally it is cheaper to pay with a traveller card than to buy the tickets on board

Travel Information

The best fare for your airline ticket

Attractive discounts on a wide range of fares on all Air France and KLM flights worldwide

Event ID Code to keep for the booking: 29452AF     

More details here

 
 
 

Tourist Information

For tourist information, please visit https://www.visitoslo.com/

VIP Lounge

See Members´Lounge

Visa Regulations

Visa regulations depend on your nationality and country of origin. Please contact your local consulate or embassy for official instructions on the specific visa regulations and application procedures that apply to you.

The organisers will be pleased to send a letter of invitation to any individual requesting one, once their registration and fee have been received. It is to be understood that such an invitation is intended to help potential participants raise travel funds or obtain a visa. It is not a commitment on the part of the congress to provide any financial support. You may request such a letter during the online registration or from the Congress Secretariat at registration.ean(at)congrex.com

WIFI

Wi-Fi will be available free of charge in the registration and exhibition area as well as in the session rooms.

Network: EAN2019_Wifi_Biogen

No Passwort or Username is necessary.

The Wi-Fi is supported by  Biogen.

Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi will be available free of charge in the registration and exhibition area as well as in the session rooms.

Network: EAN2019_Wifi_Biogen

No Password or Username is necessary.

The Wi-Fi is supported by Biogen.