The Cube is back at ECR 2024 in Vienna, Austria, from February 28 to March 2, focusing again on Interventional Radiology.
Under the theme ‘Interventional. Unconventional‘, the Cube provides interactive, hands-on introductions to various IR fields, including peripheral, onco, central, and neuro interventions. It offers a creative learning environment for engagement with specialists, IR experts, and industry partners.
ECR 2024 participants can attend introductory and advanced sessions by experienced interventionalists, practice on the latest simulators and devices in the Simulator Adventure Park and seek answers to their questions from experts in the field.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Cube is a feature event of the European Congress of Radiology, held annually in Vienna.
In 2024, it will take place during ECR 2024 from February 28 to March 2, at the Austria Center (ACV) in Vienna.
The Cube provides an interactive introduction to IR. Thus, it is suited to young physicians, students, radiologists, radiographers, nurses and anyone else who wants to learn about intervention radiology.
All registered participants of ECR 2024 will have access to the Cube area and will be able to attend the scientific sessions as well as the hands-on simulations at the Simulator Adventure Park.
Yes. Please contact us via [email protected] for more information on how your company can participate in the Cube at ECR 2024.
The Cube is organised and run by the European Society of Radiology (ESR). It relies upon the support of a number of industry partners and specialists who present simulations and interactive presentations.
The Cube’s structure and programme are guided by the chairs, PD Dr. Maximilian de Bucourt (Berlin/DE) and Prof. Christian Loewe (Vienna/AT), as well as four daily topic coordinators and two advanced topic coordinators:
Dr. Raúl Garcia Marcos
Dr. Mohammad Tariq Ali
Prof. Ralf-Thorsten Hoffmann
Prof. Jean-Pierre Pruvo
Prof. Miltiadis Krokidis
Prof. Gianpaolo Carrafiello
The European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS) has agreed to collaborate again for Cube 2024 and will contribute with programme content for radiographers.