We cordially invite you to attend the 41st annual scientific meeting of Computing in Cardiology, which returns to Cambridge, Massachusetts next September. Cambridge is the home of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and of Harvard University. The conference will be hosted by MIT's Laboratory for Computational Physiology.
Situated on opposite banks of the scenic Charles River, Boston and Cambridge are lively, surprising, multicultural, emininently walkable cities with excellent modern public transportation, and nearly four centuries of history. Over 100 colleges and universities, with over 250,000 students, contribute to the cities' cultural life and diversity. Among the area's major attractions are the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the USS Constitution, and (for baseball fans) Fenway Park, as well as dozens of smaller but noteworthy landmarks, musical and theatrical performing groups, parks, museums, and the waterfront, harbor, and its islands. During the social program, attendees will sample some of these hidden gems.
Boston is easily reached by non-stop flights from Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Munich, Paris, Rome, Tokyo, Zurich, and many major cities in North America. The conference venue, the Royal Sonesta Hotel, is on the Cambridge bank of the Charles, three miles (five km) from Logan International Airport, within a mile of the MIT campus, and adjacent to Boston's Museum of Science and a variety of restaurants and shops; the hotel provides free shuttle service to other nearby attractions.
*The first announcement is coming soon!