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January 22, 2015 Attendance no comments

Online Registration for ECNR 2015 has now been closed.
Registration is however still possible: Please click on the button below to download the onsite registration form.

Onsite Registration Form

Registration Fees
Registration fees include 20% VAT and are cashed in Euro only.

Early Fee
until Sept 15, 2015
Regular Fee
until Oct 30, 2015
Late/Onsite Fee
from Oct 31, 2015
EFNR Member* € 440,00 € 540,00 € 600,00
Non-Member € 550,00 € 650,00 € 710,00
Trainee / Therapist** € 300,00 € 400,00 € 480,00
Student*** € 190,00 € 250,00 € 290,00

* EFNR Member fee applies to individual members of EFNR Member societies, as well as to WFNR Members
** Written confirmation from your hospital/institution is required to verify your trainee/therapist status
*** Full-time students – Students are required to submit a letter from their chairman or programme director to verify their student status

Delegate registration fee includes:
–   participation in the congress programme – scientific, poster and industry sessions
–   conference materials (congress bag, final programme, abstract publication, name badge)
–   attendance at the Welcome Reception on Wednesday, Dec 2, 2015
–   admission to the industrial exhibition
–   coffee breaks

Terms & Conditions:
Deadline for pre-registration is Wednesday, Nov 25, 2015. For payment/registration after this date, your confirmation will be available on-site at the registration counter. On-site registration is possible throughout the entire congress during the opening hours of the registration counter.
Cancellations must be made in writing to the congress secretariat, Mondial Congress & Events. If received before Monday, Sept 31, 2015, all fees, except for a cancellation charge of € 40,00 will be refunded. No refunds will be made after this date. For name changes and replacements a handling fee of € 20,00 will be charged.

Group Registration:
Group registrations (10 or more delegates) are done via individual forms.
For group registrations, we kindly ask you to contact the Congress Secretariat to arrange details.

Official Italian Agency:
AIM GROUP INTERNATIONAL – AIM Education S.r.l., located at Via Giuseppe Ripamonti nr. 129, 20141 Milan, Italy is appointed as official Italian agency to collect all delegate applications from Italian pharmaceutical companies and file them with the AIFA in compliance with its Legislative Order no 219/06, art. 124,regulating the industrial contributions to foreign congresses.

Mondial Congress & Events

Operngasse 2ob / 1040 Vienna / Austria
Tel.: +43 1 588 04 – 0 / Fax: +43 1 588 04 – 185


January 22, 2015 Attendance no comments

Mondial Congress & Events has secured a sufficient number of hotel rooms in 4* and 3* hotels at competitive rates.
Please note that due to the starting advent season, early hotel booking is highly recommended!
Bookings can be made through the online registration!




Group Bookings (10 and more rooms)

Group Bookings are done via individual contracts. For group bookings, we kindly ask you to contact the Congress Secretariat to arrange details.

Mondial Congress & Events

Mondial GmbH & Co KG
Operngasse 20B, 1040 Vienna, Austria
Tel.: +43 (0)1 58804 0
Fax: +43 (0)1 58804 185


January 22, 2015 Attendance no comments

Flight Tickets

Mondial Congress & Events offers flight tickets at competitive rates to the participants of this Congress.
For a general flight search please refer to:

Access by Plane

73 international airlines offer scheduled services to Vienna. There are several daily flights between Vienna and the main European capitals and business centres. Austrian Airlines, the country’s flag carrier, connects 116 cities worldwide with Vienna and offers modern aircrafts and excellent service. Vienna International Airport at Schwechat, 19 km (12 miles) from the city centre, is state-of-the-art in every respect.

Access by Car/Coach

Austria’s expressway network reaches right into Vienna, allowing a comfortable and convenient trip to Vienna by car or coach from any point within the European continent.

Access by Train

Vienna occupies a hub position in Europe’s international railway network. Intercity and international express trains are connecting cities of al parts of Austria and all major European destinations with Vienna.

From the Airport to the City Centre and Vice Versa

  • Bus: At 20-minute intervals, the Vienna Airport Lines depart between 05:30 and 24:00 daily.
    Cost: approx. EUR 8,00. Duration: approx. 20-30 min.
  • Train: The urban railway leaves at 10-30 min. intervals between 05:00 and 22:00 daily.
    Cost: approx. EUR 4,00. Duration: approx. 30-40 min.
  • Car: Take Autobahn A4 from the Airport to Vienna. The city centre is signposted.
  • CAT: The City Airport Train runs at 30-minute intervals from 06:05 to 23:00 daily from the airport to train station “Landstrasse/ Wien Mitte”.
    Cost: approx. EUR 10,00. Duration: approx. 16min.

-> prices as per autumn 2014.

Public Transportation Vienna

The congress center (Hofburg Vienna – U2, U3 Volkstheater) as well as all hotels can easily be reached using Vienna’s efficient and modern public transport network of underground lines, trams and busses. Depending on the line in question, hours of operation are between 05:00 and 00:30 daily.


Single Trip Ticket 2,20 EUR
24 Hours 7,10 EUR
48 Hours 12,40 EUR
72 Hours 15,40 EUR


Public transportation tickets are available in Vienna Transport Authority’s ticket offices, as well as at the ticket machines in all underground stations.

-> prices as per autumn 2014.

Overview Public Transportation Vienna

Click here to download the undergound overview map as PDF file.

General Info

January 22, 2015 Attendance no comments

Congress Language

The official language of the congress is English. A German Speaking Track will be included in the conference programme. These sessions will be clearly marked. No simultaneous translation will be provided.


Payment of congress-related matters such as registration fees, tickets for social evening programme will be handled in EURO only.


You will receive a personalised badge when collecting your registration documents. During the congress, this badge must be clearly visible at all times and grants access to the scientific sessions, commercial exhibition and official networking events. Admission to the congress will not be allowed without badge identification.

Certificate of Attendance

For official delegates to the congress, a Certificate of Attendance is available at the registration desk.


We have a strict non-smoking policy at the ECNR 2015. Smoking inside the congress venue is prohibited. Smoking areas are available outside the main entrance of the congress center.


The congress organisers will not assume any responsibility for accidents, losses or damages, as well as for delays or modifications in the programme, caused by unforeseen circumstances. No claims for indemnification from the organisers shall arise for contractors or participants in case of cancellation, for any reason, of the entire Congress.
Delegates are advised to arrange a cancellation insurance for their congress costs (i.e. registration fee, travel or accommodation costs). A cancellation insurance offered by the „Europäische Reiseversicherung“ can be booked during the online registration process. The insurance sum also covers costs incurred for services which have not been booked via Mondial Congress & Events.

Passport and Visa

Please check passport and visa requirements in due time before your departure. Three month tourist visas are issued by Austrian embassies or consulates. They can take a while to be processed, so leave enough time before departure to apply. Fees vary depending on your nationality. There are no entry requirements or restrictions on EU nationals visiting Austria.
Visa information can be obtained from the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website:

Travel Visa – Letter of Invitation

On request, the Congress Secretariat will be pleased to send letters of invitation to individual scientists. Invitations of this kind are intended to assist potential delegates to raise their travel funds or obtain visas. They do not imply any commitment or responsibility on behalf of the Congress to provide financial support. Please note that letters of invitation can only be sent after receipt of registration and payment of full registration fee.
Please note that Visa applications can take a while to be processed, so please send us your request for a letter of invitation in due time.

About Vienna

January 22, 2015 Attendance no comments

Vienna, a city with about two million inhabitants, is situated in the very heart of Europe. Due to its unique geographic and geopolitical location, Vienna has been the setting for many international events and has become a popular conference venue. Vienna hosts one of the United Nations headquarters and is home to a number of other international organisations.

Vienna’s ever-changing history has left an indelible mark on the city, a mark also manifest in a rich cultural heritage. The city’s ultimate fascination stems from merging imperial grandeur with a cosmopolitan spirit, a combination which emerged after the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Viennese writers, musicians and artists as well as scientists have all influenced many aspects of our modern world. Vienna took part in all major political developments of the 20th century. Shaped over the centuries as the capital of a huge empire, Vienna will always arouse feelings of nostalgia.

Today, Vienna offers historical palaces alongside modern shopping centres, traditional hotels, Austrian food as well as haute cuisine, typical Viennese coffee houses and luxury restaurants, outstanding opera and theatre performances, classical concerts and open-air festivals, antique shops next to elegant boutiques – all joined together in incomparable Viennese harmony.

1 © Wien Tourismus / Karl Thomas
2 © Wien Tourismus /  Popp & Hackner
3 © Wien Tourismus / Peter Rigaud
4 © Wien Tourismus / Robert Kalb

Weather Conditions in Vienna

Vienna, the largest city of Austria, lies between a transition of humid continental and oceanic climate. Weather is cold in winter, the average maximum temperature is 4 degrees Celsius, the minimum averages at minus 1. Snow can be expected every now and then.

Electricity & Time

The main voltage in Austria is 220V.
Vienna is in the Central European Time Zone, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) +1hour.


Shops are usually open from 10:00 – 19:00 from Monday to Friday and from 10:00 – 17:00 on Saturday.
On Sunday shops are usually closed except in the old town. Grocery stores already open around 8:00 during weekdays.


Service is usually included in the prices in bars and restaurants. Tips are always welcome and usually 10%.

Banks & Local Currency

Banking hours in general are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 08:00 – 12:30 and 13:30 – 15:00, Thursday 08:00 – 12:30 and 13:30 – 17:30. ATMs are located outside most banks, cash can be withdrawn there 24/7. National and foreign Maestro cards (cash cards) as well as Mastercard, AMEX, Visa and Diners are accepted.
A Cash machine can be found at the nearby Raiffeisenbank (Loos-Haus on Michaelerplatz).

Fotocredits (v.l.n.r.):
1: © Wien Tourismus / Karl Thomas
2: © Wien Tourismus / Popp & Hackner
3: © Wien Tourismus / Peter Rigaud
4: © Wien Tourismus / Robert Kalb