6th International Conference on Medical Informatics &Telemedicine

On behalf of the Medical Informatics & Telemedicine Conferences 2018 Organizing Committee, we are very proud to host the 6th International Conference on Medical Informatics and Telemedicine Conferences will be held during July 5-6, 2018 in Berlin, Germany.

The congress venue is located in the heart of the city of Berlin. This year, the theme: Innovative information technologies for the improvement of patient care” will bring together Medical Informaticians, Public Health experts, Scientists, Health Informatics, Telemedicine Specialists, Medical Informatics Specialists and Epidemiology experts.

It’s our goal and our duty to move from innovative ideas to actions, from actions to changes and from changes to results. The scientific program paves a way to gather visionaries through the research talks and presentations and put forward many thought provoking strategies for the Healthcare Technologies, Telemedicine and Medical Informatics.

Note: Abstract/Symposia Submission and Early Bird Registration now open
Abstracts should be submitted in English and per the format provided

 

Munich

Munich or Munchen is the mecca of beer, especially during Oktoberfest, but there’s so much more to this Bavarian city—from BMW to bespoke shoes

When you fly in to Munich it’s to a five-star airport. MUC achieved the first such five-star designation in Europe, offering everything from “napcab” sleeping pods to Weissbier or white beer (with Weisswurst or white sausage, of course, sauerkraut and a pretzel) at Airbräu, the airport brewery. Sehr gut. And, this year, MUC was named Europe’s Best Airport—again (it’s the ninth time in 11 years)—and it’s ranked third in the world after Singapore and Seoul (munich-airport.de). It even has a huge square in the grand tradition of European cities that’s one of the largest roofed outdoor spaces on the continent. Here, you can surf (there’s a wave pool), play polo or beach volleyball, watch a tennis match and experience a full-on traditional German Christmas market. Or sit in the beer garden.

2So, think Munich and, yes, think great beer (this is where the famous 1516 purity law, Reinheitsgebot, was written in 1487 before it was adopted across Bavaria, decreeing the use of just a few key ingredients: water, hops, barley), but also some serious style. Like the sleek BMW headquarters (bmw-welt.com/en/). The award winning architecture evokes the dynamic movement of a four-cylinder engine and propeller. BMW Welt or World, as it’s aptly named, is an altar to German engineering and for those with the means, you can even personally pick up a car on site and drive your new machine down the spiral ramp and out the building.

332More exquisite craftsmanship is found at the centuries-old shoemaker and clothier Ed Meier (edmeier.de). Peter Eduard Meier is the great grandson of the original purveyor to the Bavarian court and, if you’re lucky, you may catch a glimpse of the impeccably dressed gentleman at the flagship store.

A short walk away (perhaps in some new custommade shoes) is the Kunstareal or arts district where Munich’s museums are clustered, including three Pinakotheken museums (the Alte or Old, Neue or New and Pinakothek der Moderne), the Glyptothek (founded in 1830 by Bavarian King Ludwig I to showcase his collection of Greek and Roman sculptures), the Lenbachhaus (showcasing local modern art), the Museum Brandhorst and more. The newest is a stark modern cube on Königsplatz (Kings Square) with the wordy name of the Munich Documentation Center for the History of National Socialism (ns-dokuzentrum-muenchen.de). Inside, it’s a stripped-down look at the very-close-to-home Nazi past; this, after all, is where the Nazi party was born and made its base. The museum is built atop the ruins of Hitler’s Nazi headquarters, Das Braune Haus (Brown House).

52After this, it’s probably a relief to get back to beer. And, better yet, a stein at the loveliest Schwemme or taproom anywhere, Hofbräuhaus, which has served the likes of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (hofbraeuhaus.de). And, if you don’t make it to the Oktoberfest tent grounds alongside six million others (it’s the world’s largest fest, going on since 1810, and taking place this year from September 17 to October 3), then you must at least make it to Augustiner Keller (augustinerkeller.de), one of Munich’s oldest and most famous beer gardens under ancient chestnut trees. It’s a slice of Bavarian bliss with a stein of local favourite Edelstoff in hand. Edel means special—on the level of a gemstone—and it seems that paean applies to much in Munchen. Ja, sehr gut. —Barb Sligl

For more info on Munich, go to muenchen.de and for
Bavaria, check out bavaria.us

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