Computing in Cardiology 2011

18-21 September 2011
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China

The 2011 Computing in Cardiology conference will be held in Hangzhou, China, from September 18th-21st. The meeting is affiliated with Zhejiang University.

Conference Announcement:

Welcome to Hangzhou! The announcement for the conference is available in Chinese and in English.

About Hangzhou:

Hangzhou is a noted ancient capital of China with famous natural beauty and cultural heritage. The city has many natural cultural and historical landmarks including the famous West Lake, Grand Canal, Lingyin Temple, National Silk Museum, Tea Museum, Museum of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the Southern Song Dynasty Official Kiln Museum. Around Hangzhou there are also many places worth visiting, e.g. Wuzhen Ancient Town with thousands of years of history, Thousand Islets Lake with 1078 islets in a man-made lake, Tiantai Mountain Scenic Area (Tiantai Sect of Chinese Buddhism) and Mogan Mountain, which is one of the ‘Four Best Summer Resorts in China’. The social programme will include visits to some of these sites.

Participants can fly

  1. directly to Hangzhou from Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Tokyo, etc.
  2. to Shanghai and transfer to Hangzhou by bus or train (approximately 1 hour)
  3. to Beijing and then by internal flight to Hangzhou.

There will be the opportunity to travel inside China before and after the meeting and if there is enough interest, a short post conference tour may be organised, perhaps to Guilin in Gianxi Province or Xian in Shaanxi Province.

Visit the local web site for CinC 2011 Hangzhou, where further details will be available in due course.

[Download a poster for your bulletin board.]