All members of MEDVIA are invited to this year’s General Assembly on 17 May in Antwerp, which comes with a free ticket to ITF Flanders.
The General Assembly will take place at imec’s ITF Flanders conference at the Flanders Meeting & Convention Center. MEDVIA will provide a ticket to ITF Flanders to members who register for the General Assembly. The deadline for registration is 2 May.
What is the General Assembly?
The General Assembly is the annual event where all our members come together to hear about the work of MEDVIA and to voice their opinion on various issues. We hope to see all of our members at the General Assembly, where we will:
- Discuss and vote* on on a variety of topics, including budget and workplan (full list will be shared at a later date)
- Updates & insights: Our strategic priorities, as determined by our members. What are our next steps?
- Approval of new members
What is ITF Flanders?
ITF Flanders is part of ITF World, imec’s flagship conference formerly known as Future Summits. During ITF Flanders, imec and several key partners look into the role of technology in the future: Which challenges can we tackle leveraging an ingenious combination of hardware and software?
Following the plenary are four themed break-out sessions: Health, Energy, Mobility and Sustainable Industries. Tickets provided by MEDVIA include the Health break-out session.
The program on 17 May for MEDVIA members:
- 10.30-11.00 Check-in & coffee
- 11.00-12.30 General Assembly of MEDVIA members
- 12.30-14.00 MEDVIA members-only networking lunch
- 14.30-15.30 ITF plenary session: How can Flanders tap into the potential of nanoelectronics & digital technology?
- 15.30-18.00 Break-out sessions: Health track
Please register here for the General Assembly and the free ticket. A ticket is required to enter the venue. A no-show fee of €105 will be charged for anyone registering who does not attend the GA. This fee can be avoided by sending a colleague in your place. In such a case, please notify MEDVIA in advance.
MEDVIA reserves the right to restrict the number of tickets per organization.
* Voting rights are limited to Carry members
Article updated on 25 April
Article published on 10 March