ESC 2020 - European Society of Cardiology
ESC 2018 will be held between 25 and 29 August 2018 in Munich. The congress of the European Society of Cardiology will be held this year at the International Congress Center Munich (ICM). Cardiologists from all over the world will convene here to discuss current topics and the latest achievements in the field of cardiology.
Agenda for ESC 2018
The agenda for ESC 2018 will focus on topics including:
- Ischaemic heart disease
- Acute cardiological care
- Cardiac arrhythmia
- Non-invasive diagnostic techniques
- Cardiac valve diseases
- Congenital heart disease
You can register for ESC 2018 on the official website of the European Society of Cardiology where you can also find all the key information about the abstracts and current guidelines.
ESC 2018 at the international Congress Center, Munich
The Munich Congress Center (ICM) has been welcoming congress guests into its bright and elegant halls since 1998. Every year over 200 events are held on the exhibition area which covers a total of 7,000 square metres. The Messe München has established itself as the number one venue for a large number of national and international congresses.
The European Society of Cardiology
The European Society of Cardiology was founded on 2 September 1950 following the holding of the first world congress of cardiologists in Paris. Since that time the ESC has become a leading association of cardiologists which is divided into working groups, committees and professional associations, all following a common goal: the promotion of the training and development of cardiologists, the optimisation and development of research in the field of cardiology and, of course, the regular exchange of experience between colleagues.
It is precisely to facilitate this exchange of experience between specialists working in this field that the ESC congress is held each year. Every year a specific topic from the field of cardiology is discussed and examined in detail at a different European city, research results are presented and sessions chaired by experts are held.