Welcome to CIS

Thank you all for coming and making the 1st CIS workshop a tremendously successful event!

Please re-visit our website soon for the updated proceedings, presentations, videos and pictures (already up). You can also read the brief report on the event.

EESTEC LC Budapest (MAVE) in cooperation with Siemens Healthcare and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics proudly presents a week-long professional event in Budapest, a place where future is present!

What?          Computer Integrated Surgery (CIS) workshop

Where?        Budapest (with social program at Lake Velence), Hungary

When?         June 17 - 24, 2011 (including travel dates)

A note for Hungarian visitors

This is a one-week long international workshop targeted at students from all around the world - however the lectures are free and open to Hungarian visitors as well (not necessarily students). If you are interested in the workshop's topics, please read on here.

Introduction

Computer integrated surgery is an emerging area on the borderline of engineering and medical sciences. During this week you will have a chance to hear lectures held by top-notch professors visiting from all over the world, participate in a minimally-invasive surgical training session, visit the most famous Hungarian medical university's campus and our industrial partner's labs and lots of other professional programs.

This will be one of the most serious EESTEC workshop of the year, and we are not kidding about that - however this does not mean that you won't find the time for having lots of fun! MAVE is known for throwing great parties among EESTECers and we'll also make sure that you get to know each other, see the city and spend some time on a nearby beach as well.

If you want to participate in the most medtech workshop in the year, get prepared now! Submit your scientific abstract following the guidelines in the form and send it with your application! For more information, see the Info/Application menu.

The program was supported by the OTKA CK80316 national grant.