June 8 - 11, 2013    Barcelona , Spain
The 23rd Meeting of the European Neurological Society. The meeting will take place in Prague, the heart of Europe, from 8 to 11  June 2013.

It is the aim of the organisers to provide participants with an outstanding programme, balancing scientific excellence with high-quality clinical practice. The ENS Meetings have long been an ideal venue for continuing education in all branches of neurology, from teaching courses to workshops, and foster the exchange of new research between academic neurologists and neuroscientists in the symposia, satellite symposia and free communications, which cover a wide spectrum of topics in neurology and related fields. Prague, with a history spanning eleven centuries, is magnificently situated on the Vltava River and boasts many splendid sights including the picturesque Charles Bridge, the Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock and the old Jewish Quarter with its synagogues and cemetery. Prague’s history also includes the founding of one of the oldest universities in Europe in 1348 by Charles IV, Czech King and Roman Emperor, and a great supporter of science and education. Among many others, distinguished personalities in neuroscience such as Jan Evangelista Purkyně and Arnold Pick carried out their research at Charles University.


Location: Fira Gran Via
The Gran Via venue, designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito, boasts state-of-the-art trade fair technology. It currently has a gross exhibition area of 200,000 m² which will be enlarged to 240,000 m²..
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