On behalf of the Board of Directors of European Society of Surgery (ESS) and the Local Organization Committee I look forward to welcoming you to the XVI. Annual Meeting of the ESS, November 22-24, 2012 in Askeri Museum, Istanbul, Turkey.
One of the principal aims of ESS is the foster relations and encourage the exchange of information between surgeons of the developed and developing countries. Read more...
Deadline for Early Registration and Accommodation Fee
August 24, 2012
Deadline for Abstract Submission
August 30, 2012
Congress scientific language will be English. Read more...
All participants in the congress will require a valid passport and a visa for visiting Turkey. Please contact your nearest Turkish Embassy/Consulate for this purpose. Participants from those countries where there is no Turkish diplomatic representation can obtain their visa at the airport on arrival to Turkey.
Related link: http://www.e-konsolosluk.net/Visa/Visa_Welcome.aspx
The local currency is Turkish Lira(TL). The exchange rate changes daily. Foreign currency can be exchanged at the airport, banks, hotels and exchange offices. International Credit Cards are widely accepted. Read more...
* Trainees must provide a confirmation letter from the Head of Department of current academic institution at the moment of registration and a copy of their ID with birth date.
** Accompanynig Person fee includes opening ceremony, welcome reception, half day guided tour and gala dinner. Read more...
Orders without payment will not be confirmed. All payments must be done before the congress dates.
VAT is not included to the prices.
The companies which left payment after the congress will be charged %10 extra for unpaid amount.
Please indicate your name on the receipt for bank transfers. Read more...
The former capital of three successive empires Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman- the city is a fascinating mixture of the past and present, old and new, modern and traditional. The museums, churches, palaces, mosques and bazaars, and the sights of natural beauty seem inexhaustible. As you recline on the shores of the Bosphorus at the sunset contemplating the red evening light reflected in the windows and slender minarets on the opposite shore you understand, suddenly and profoundly, why so many centuries ago settlers chose to build on this remarkable site. Read more...