Everything you need to know.

Board of ESHO & Scientific Committee

Meeting Venue

The meeting will be held at the Helnan Marselis Hotel. This can easily be reached from the centre of Aarhus (central train station) either on foot (3 km), by bus (number 6; direction Moesgård Museum; cost Dkr. 19/€ 3 – buy ticket from a machine on the bus) or taxi (approximately Dkr. 100/€ 13).

Participants of the 27th Annual Meeting of the ESHO:

A total of 200 participants representing the different fields of hyperthermia are expected to join the meeting: clinicians, physicists, biologists, and technicians.

Scientific Program

The scientific sessions will consist of two full-day schedules on the Thursday and Friday (May 26 and 27), and a one half-day schedule ending at 1.00 p.m. on the Saturday (May 28). The scientific program of ESHO 2011 will cover the major clinical, physical, and biological developments within hyperthermia. These will be presented in the form of keynote lectures, symposia, workshops and as poster presentations. A preliminary scientific program will be available from January 2011 at the following website:

ESHO-student award

As in previous years, three ESHO-student awards are available, one for each discipline: Medicine, Physics, and Biology. The Scientific Committee will select award winners from the submitted abstracts. Candidates that wish to be considered for this award must indicate with their abstract submission whether they qualify for the ESHO-student award competition.

ESHO students are participants who are still in training (PhD students, post-doc students, etc.). The candidate must be the presenting author of the electronic submission.

After submitting the abstract on-line, the candidate should send an email to the scientific secretary Dr. G. ter Haar specifying their desire to compete for the award.