What is the official conference schedule?

The conference will commence on the morning September 18th, ending the following evening September 19th.

More specific program details will follow – please check this site regularly for updates.

The main topics for the conference are:

  • Brain metastases
  • Spine metastases
  • Primary cranial tumors
  • The Brainlab vision for a modern tumor board
  • Imaging technologies in RT
  • Functional radiosurgery
  • Arteriovenous malformations
  • Medical physics for radiosurgery
  • Immersive exercises in mixed reality applications

Will there be a welcome reception?

Yes, there will be a welcome reception on Thursday September 17, 2020. Please see the registration page for more details.

What is the dress code for the Novalis Circle Conference?

The meeting dress code is business casual.

Is the event going to be recorded?

Yes, all presentations will be recorded and will be made available to Novalis users following the meeting on novaliscircle.org.
Log-in now at novaliscircle.org to access archived recordings from the 2016, 2017 and 2018 conferences.

Will there be WiFi?

Brainlab will provide Wi-Fi for your devices throughout the event at the meeting venue.

What is the weather like in September in Munich?

The average temperature in September in Munich is around 15 degrees Celsius. For an up-to-date forecast click here.

What is there to do in Munich?

For more information on things to do in Munich click here.

How can I participate in the E-Poster session?

The poster presentations will be held during breaks at the conference, the best poster per area will be given a 5 minute time slot to present to all attendees.
Posters should be specific to one of the main topics highlighted during the event.
As an incentive to participate, the registration fee will be waived for one person per site with an accepted poster.
Posters should be sent to eposter@novaliscircle.org. Deadline for submission is July 31st, 2020.