Maarten van Kleef | Professor of Anaesthesiology and Pain Management University Hospital Maastricht (VUmc).
‘Younger colleagues were able to follow free refresher courses’
Maarten van Kleef is Professor of Anaesthesiology and Pain Management at University Hospital Maastricht (VUmc). Together with colleague, Dr. Jan van Zundert, (Ziekenhuis Oost Limburg), he was able to bring the 7th World Congress of the World Institute of Pain to Maastricht in 2014. WIP 2014 was attended by 1790 international medical specialists in the field of Pain and Pain Management, including anaesthesiologists, neurosurgeons, rehabilitation specialists and psychologists.
‘The conference participants come across each other everywhere’
Jan Nijhuis is a gynaecologist-perinatologist and head of the department of obstetrics & gynaecology at the Maastricht UMC+. From 22 to 25 June 2016, Prof. Nijhuis will be President of the biannual European Congress (ECPM) of the European Association of Perinatal Medicine (EAPM) in Maastricht. The conference is intended for obstetric-oriented gynaecologists (obstetricians), paediatrician-neonatologists, obstetricians and researchers in the field of perinatology. The number of participants will be between 1,700 and 2,000.
A 144-year-old former monastery in the Netherlands is set to become a new luxury hotel as the first Dutch member of Hilton’s Curio Collection. The hotel, esteemed for its neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque architecture, will maintain its independent character in a situation perfect for a peaceful getaway in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The Monastery Hotel Koningsbosch, Curio Collection by Hilton, close to the German and Belgian borders in the Dutch province of Limburg, is set to open in 2020, marking the exclusive collection brand’s debut in the Netherlands.
Sixth Hilton brand
“Having entered the Dutch market more than 50 years ago, this
The IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence and Games will take place in Maastricht from 14-17 August 2018. It is the first time that this annual conference, organized since 2005, will be held in the Netherlands. IEEE CIG 2018 is one of the major international conferences in this field. Around 150 leading researchers and developers from the academic world and game industry from all over the world come together to exchange the latest developments and launch future research guidelines.
Topic of the conference is, in brief, Game AI. Computer games can be used as a challenging environment to test and compare