Keynotes


Dr. Matteo Piovella

Dr. Matteo Piovella

Ophthalmology in Italy
 

Wed 28.2. – 11.30 am


President of the Italian Ophthalmological Society, Director of the Outpatient Microsurgery Centre in Monza. Special fields are cataract surgery, refractive surgery, glaucoma and eyelid operations. Organiser of many courses at the ESCRS, among others, and participant in live surgery events.

Prof. Michael Bach

Prof. Michael Bach

Vision between illusion and ophthalmology

THU  1.3. – 11.30 am


Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Michael Bach (emerit.) headed the Section of Functional Vision Research / Electrophysiology at the Eye Center of the University of Freiburg i.B and was the president of the International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology in Vision (ISCEV) for 8 years. He is interested in all aspects of vision and operates an internationally renowned website on visual phenomena: michaelbach.de/ot/

Prof. Paul-Rolf Preussner

Prof. Paul-Rolf Preussner

Femto cataracts, optics and premium lenses

THu 1.3. – 8:10 am


Physicist Prof Paul-Rolf Preussner has already enriched many a conference with his profound background knowledge and critical way of thinking. As he also works at the Mainz University Clinic, he brings a lot of experience to the table. As the inventor of Okulix® he is an expert in optical phenomenon and other key issues. 

Dr. Nicolas Krämer

Dr. Nicolas Krämer

Cyber-Attack in your practice

Fri 2.3. – 5.45 pm


Managing Director of the Municipal Clinics Neuss, lecturer at the Dresden International University

Cyber attacks of criminal hackers making blackmail demands are part of everyday life. Which defense strategies should be applied and what is the crisis management in place?

Prof. Helmut Wilhelm

Prof. Helmut Wilhelm

Neuro-Ophthalmology

Fri 2.3. – 4.30 pm


Professor for ophthalmology at the University of Tübingen, head of the neuro-ophthalmology walk-in clinic

Specialist fields: neuro-ophthalmology with a focus on pupillary disorders, to date more than 200 publications and numerous book contributions on the subject of neuro-ophthalmology