Over the past months it became more and more clear to the ICATTO team that a mistake was made when selecting the dates for ICATTO2016. Making, or acknowledging, a mistake is never a nice or easy thing, but unfortunately it’s inevitable in life. This was not an easy decision as we already have quite a lot of registrants and posters abstract submissions. In light of many conflicts, proximity to other congresses we feel we can’t organize ICATTO as we envision it to be, as great as it was last year.
We will not settle for mediocrity so we decided to reschedule the dates to 2017, which will allow us to organize ICATTO as the high quality boutique congress it is set out to be. More information on the exact dates will follow shortly.We will, of course, reimburse all registration fees. Please allow a week or two for this process to complete.
Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
We thank you very much for your commitment and trust; we promise to be back better and stronger than before! We hope you will be part of ICATTO in 2017!
ICATTG2015 brought together, for the first time, experts from various disciplines, including ophthalmologists, physicians, mathematicians, physicists and engineers, driven by the compelling need of understanding what causes glaucoma and how it can be treated. Traditionally, the research has been focused on the analysis of data coming from experimental, clinical and population-based studies. However, each of these approaches is limited in what it can view. The limitation, even of the most advanced technologies that we have (for example OCT), is that it can only help us understand the disease process in what it measures. During ICATTG2015 we tried to come to a better understanding by integrating knowledge and tools from various disciplines. Curious to see the result? Check out our archive and watch all sessions (for free)!
To ICATTO 2017
ICATTG2015 stemmed from the vision that new answers may come from basic sciences, such as mathematics, engineering and physics. They look at clinical questions from different angles. Exploring these angles and finding a synthesis between all methods was a major achievement of ICATTG2015 and made it a one of a kind congress.
For this year’s event we will broaden ICATTG into ICATTO; from Glaucoma to Ophthalmology.
This time we will broaden the scope of the congress to ophthalmology, to facilitate a clear dialogue between engineers and ophthalmologists on different matters within the subject of ophthalmology.
As with ICATTG2015, we will bring together a mix of world class scientists and young researchers, during a period of three days at the Politecnico di Milano in Italy. Through a series of extensive talks by these scientists and researchers, the participants’ perspective on different aspects of ophthalmology will be broadened.