Conference moved to June 16-18, 2022 (LIVE EVENT)
Our HEAL Conference (live) will be held on June 16-18, 2022 at our historic venue, Villa Erba, on Lake Como in Cernobbio.
For many reasons, we all think that it will be the right move to restart inspiring, planning and rescheduling our activities for the next future.
Our biennial event has long been known for being a place to meet with old colleagues, make new contacts and friends with some 400 to 500 delegates from – literally – all around the world, representing typically about 45 to 50 countries.
These international meetings have offered an invaluable opportunity for attendees to hear about and experience the latest technologies in hearing care, evidence-based research and best practices to improve the quality of life for the hearing impaired, enhancing cooperation and exchange among all those who are part of this multifaceted community, in a truly international and multidisciplinary forum exploring all domains of infant and adult hearing.
In the 2020 event that had to be cancelled a few months before the start due to the pandemic, the quality of the approximately 320 total communications (including oral and poster), divided into four parallel sessions, would have been among the highest ever in the history of the so-called Como Conferences, also considering the very interesting special sessions and mini-symposia that had been scheduled.
In HEAL 2022 the program promises to be just as exciting and fulfilling as in the previous meetings if we imagine that the submissions scheduled for HEAL 2020 will be confirmed, while we expect many other quality proposals by the deadline of the Call for Abstracts (October 31st, 2021).
To develop the spirit of the Conference, the program schedule shall be arranged to maximize opportunities for interaction among attendees and leading exhibitors.
The Program will be complemented by comprehensive exhibit. Ample time will be allowed for all participants to visit the exhibits and speak with exhibit representatives. Most promising, and not to be missed, should be also the presentations included in the New Technologies Area.
On behalf of all those who are working to organize our conference, I warmly invite you to renew the tradition of meeting us once again on Lake Como, in Cernobbio, our historical venue, a very quiet, cozy, little frequented and safe place, in many respects!
We know that you feel the same: the time is right to restart at full speed.
So mark it now on your calendar!
Ferdi Grandori (Chair)
Institute of Electronics, Information Engineering and Telecommunication
Dept. of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering, Polytechnic of Milan, Italy
Sophia E. Kramer, PhD
at the Amsterdam UMC – location VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam,
Registration fees & Hotel booking
Registration fees for the event as well as for the hotel booking will remain in place for the new congress dates. We kindly
invite those who already booked their hotel with Mizar to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reconfirm the dates for
2022. Once the new dates are verified and confirmed new vouchers will be sent to replace the previous ones.
In case of cancellation notified by September 1st, 2021 the deposit paid will be refunded.
Delegates already registered who should be unable to reconfirm their attendance for the new dates are kindly requested to
inform Meet and Work (email to: email@example.com) by September 1st, 2021.
Their registration fees will be refunded after the 2022 conference.
All refunds will be handled after the 2022 conference.
New deadline for abstract submission/modification: October 30h, 2021
Notification of acceptance for new or modified abstracts: November 30th, 2021
New deadline for authors’ registration: March 31st, 2022
New early registration fee: March 31st, 2022
If you have any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
SPEECH-IN- NOISE TESTING WITH DIGITS IN NOISE
Cas Smits (Amsterdam)
Organized by David Moore and Lisa Hunter
Adrian Davis, Mark Haggard, Snezana Filipovic
Organized by the EU SENSE-COG PROJECT
Shelly Chadha (WHO, Geneve)
Round Table and Special Session
AUDITORY PROCESSING DISORDERS
Organized by the European APD Group
and the EFAS APD Working Group
Special Session on
MAKE LISTENING SAFE
Organized by Mark Laureyns and
the WHO World Hearing Forum
Last update: 9 March 2021