General Information


Medical University Innsbruck

Medical University Innsbruck
Department of Cardiac Surgery
Anichstrasse 35, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Gabriele Wagner


+43 512 504–22349




LKI/ Universitätskliniken Innsbruck
Chirurgie (Building no. 8),
Main auditorium (Grosser Hörsaal)
Entrance Innerkoflerstr.
6020 Innsbruck, Austria


TEE for surgeons: conference room anasthesia (fifth floor,  building no.5)
Porcine beating heart wetlab: seminar room 3 (first basement, building no. 8)
Wetlab I & Wetlab II: seminar room 2 (firstbasement, building no.8)



Medical University Innsbruck MAW – International Exhibitions and Advertising
Medizinische Ausstellungs- und Werbegesellschaft
Freyung 6/3, 1010 Vienna, Austria

Contact: Barbara Horak, David Grünseis


+43 (0)1 536 63 -34 pr -62




Important Information for Speakers (click to enlarge)

Congress Language: English

Lectures should be submitted on a USB-Stick to the speakers preview desk at latest 30 minutes prior to the accordant session. For speakers in the morning: Please submit your presentations already the evening before so as to avoid a “rush hour’s jam” in the early morning. Presentations with your own laptop are also welcome!



ACCREDITATIONS (click to enlarge)

CME – The European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education

CME Credits for this event will be proceeded.



APPLY EARLY! The congress secretariat offers an official letter of invitation for Meeting attendees. The letter of invitation, though not required for the visa application, can assist as a supporting document. Present this letter of invitation from Focus Valve to the consular officer during the visa interview. This letter by no means guarantees admittance into Austria, but can provide compelling evidence for immigration officials to consider.

To request a personalized invitation letter – please fill in here: REQUEST FOR INVITATION LETTER


How to get to innsbruck (click to enlarge)

By plane

While Innsbruck is not on major international flight paths, the main European carriers serve the airport, which lies 4 km to the west of the city. Internal flights from other Austrian cities arrive and depart daily. From the airport buses run every 20 minutes to the city centre. Taxis are also available and cover the distance to town in about 20 minutes.

By train

There are trains that come into Austria from Venice, Munich and Zurich every day. The services are frequent and you may have up to six trains a day coming in from the above cities. The train network is excellent in Austria and there are connections to Salzburg and Vienna. The Hauptbahnhof or the main station is located at Südtiroler Platz. Opposite of the Grandhotel Europa

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