5-7 June 2024 Bucharest, Romania [email protected]

We are committed to provide you with an unforgettable experience at #EHMA2024.
For this reason we have gathered the answers to the most frequently asked questions and other useful information that may help you prepare for your trip to Bucharest, Romania.

If you still have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]. Marina and Bruna, from our Events Team, will be happy to assist you.

EHMA 2024 takes place at Politehnica University of Bucharest.
The exact address is Splaiul Independenței 313, București 060042, Romania

From the Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport, you can:

  • Take a taxi – It is a 30-minute ride and it costs 80-90 RON (equivalent to 15-20 Euro). Official taxis are accessible at the airport, and you can identify them by the taxi sign on top of the car, the taxi rates displayed on the door and most of them are yellow vehicles.
  • Take an Uber – It is a 30-minute ride and it costs around 70 RON (equivalent to 13-15 Euro).
  • Take public transport – It takes about 1 hour from the airport to the city centre. There are plenty possible routes, so we advise you to use Google Maps to reach your destination in the most effective way. Tickets can be purchased at yellow painted kiosks with the logo RATB. Public transportation is affordable and accessible throughout Bucharest.

From the train station Centrul Gara De Nord (Bucharest Nord), you can:

  • Take a taxi – It is a 10-minute ride and it costs about 30 RON (equivalent to 6 Euro). 
  • Take an Uber – It is a 10-minute ride and it costs about 20 RON (equivalent to 4 Euro). 
  • Take public transport – It takes about 30 minutes to reach the venue from the city centre. There are various possible routes and we advise you to use Google Maps to identify the most effective way. Tickets can be purchased at yellow painted kiosks with the logo RATB.
Please note that traffic jam is common in Bucharest throughout the day. If you decide to use taxis or Uber, we advise you to leave ahead of schedule to account for possible delays.

We have pre-blocked a number of rooms in nearby hotels at special prices.
Please note that you are under no obligation to book a room in the partner hotels and can make your own booking arrangements.

IBIS BUCHAREST POLITEHNICA

Single room: 70,00 EUR per night
Double room: 80,00 EUR per night
Twin room: 80,00 EUR per night
Rates include breakfast and VAT, but do not include 2% local tax.

Ibis Bucharest Politehnica (3 stars) is located at the heart of the Semănătoarea Business Hub, 700 meters from the underground and 15-20 minutes by car from the historic centre of Bucharest.

BOOK YOUR ROOM THROUGH THIS FORM

 
 
 
RADISSON BLU BUCHAREST

Standard room (available 04-09 June): 189,00 EUR per night
Superior room (available 05-07 June): 206,00 EUR per night
Rates include breakfast and taxes. 

Radisson Blu Hotel (5 stars) is situated near the Romanian Athenaeum. Within walking distance, you will find the National Museum of Art and the historic Old Town. This hotel is also close to the metro station and the airport. 

BOOK YOUR STANDARD ROOM HERE
BOOK YOUR SUPERIOR ROOM HERE

 
 
 
NOVOTEL BUCHAREST CITY CENTRE

Single room: 149,00 EUR per night
Double room: 161,00 EUR per night
Rates include breakfast, but do not include 9% VAT and 2% city tax.

Novotel Bucharest City Centre (4 stars) is just a few steps from Lipscani old town on Calea Victoriei, the city most prestigious avenue. This hotel is very close to the old town and has a metro station nearby. 

BOOK YOUR ROOM THROUGH THIS FORM

Visa support letters are issued only for delegates who have registered to the Conference and paid their registration fee in full.

If you need an invitation letter in support to your visa request, please contact us at [email protected] attaching a copy of your passport. Please note that invitation letters cannot be issued for an organisation or a team; they are individual invitation letters. We will reply to your email request with your visa support letter as soon as we can.

Abstracts are reviewed by an independent committee throughout the month of February. The EHMA Board of Directors and Secretariat have no saying in the selection of abstracts.

All abstract submitters will be notified of the outcome via email by Friday, 1 March 2024. The email will contain information on:

  • the acceptance or rejection of the abstract, and
  • type of presentation (oral presentation, scientific dialogue, or poster) and technical details.

For accepted abstracts, the exact date and time of the assigned session will be communicated by Monday, 25 March 2024.

More information coming soon.

At EHMA, we are committed to making our conference as sustainable as possible. We recognise that events like ours can have a significant environmental impact, and we are taking steps to reduce our carbon footprint and promote sustainable practices.

We have implemented a range of initiatives to reduce waste, conserve resources, and minimise our environmental impact.

  • We have selected a catering that sources local and seasonal products, and provides meals that are limited in red meat and prioritise vegetarian options. We believe that serving sustainably-sourced food is an important part of our commitment to sustainability, and we hope that you will enjoy the delicious and healthy meals provided at the conference. Our catering also provides reusable materials and is committed to limit food waste by donating leftovers to a local food bank.
  • We are doing our best to reduce printing. Abstract submissions, registrations and invoicing are entirely web-based, and we have reduced to the minimum printouts of other materials.
  • We are committed to reducing waste and promoting sustainable practices. We have selected recycled or recyclable materials for our conference goodie bags, and we pay close attention to recycling practices during and after the conference.

We encourage delegates to do their part in reducing their carbon footprint while at the conference. Here are a few tips and recommendations:

  1. Bring a reusable water bottle and fill it up at the water stations.
  2. Use the recycling bins available in the conference venue and respect the rules for sorting waste.
  3. Use public transport. Consider taking a train, bus, or tram to the conference venue, rather than a taxi.
  4. If you are staying in a hotel near the conference venue, consider walking to the conference.
  5. If you want to use a taxi to get from the airport to the conference, consider carpooling with other delegates. Our Conference app has a section where you can find delegates that want to share a taxi.
  6. Choose an eco-friendly accommodation. Look for hotels that have implemented sustainable practices, such as using energy-efficient lighting and appliances, providing recycling bins, and using eco-friendly cleaning products.
  7. Turn off lights and electronics when you leave your hotel room.
  8. Offset your carbon emissions. If you travel by plane, consider offsetting your carbon emissions by donating to a reputable carbon offsetting organisation. These organisations invest in projects that reduce carbon emissions, such as renewable energy and reforestation projects.

By taking these simple steps, we can work together to reduce the environmental impact of EHMA 2024 and create a more sustainable future for all. Thank you for your commitment to sustainability and making our conference a sustainable event.

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