For participants’ convenience, a selection of rooms at nearby hotels has been reserved. Further information is available here.
Cancellations must be received in writing by December 14, 2020. No refunds will be granted after that date. A processing fee of 30 Euro will be deducted from each cancelled registration. Substitutions are possible. To substitute a registration, please send an email including the name of the original registrant and the name of the person substituting to:
About 200 free parking spaces are available at the congress venue “La Nuvola”.
The Certificates of Attendance can be downloaded online within your Personal User Area. Further information will follow shortly.
An application for CME accreditation will be made.
Just five underground railway stops from Rome’s historic center, Rome´s new congress center “La Nuvola” is situated south of the city in the historical EUR business district. Characterized by innovative logistical solutions, an eco-friendly approach and technologically advanced materials, “La Nuvola” is a work of extraordinary artistic value. The building features an auditorium in a translucent fiberglass “cloud”, resulting in an extraordinary visual effect.

Rome Convention Center
La Nuvola
Viale Asia snc
00144 Rome

Congress Organization

Gesellschaft für medizinische Projekte mbH
Friedenstr. 58
15366 Neuenhagen bei Berlin

Phone +49 (0)3342 – 42 68 930
Fax +49 (0)3342 – 42 68 940

Responsible Project Manager: Mrs. Mirja Christ

The European General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) came into force as of 25 May 2018 and it includes some additions to data protection. Further information is available here.
Visit the industrial exhibition of the conference and get in touch with exhibitors, colleagues, collaborators and friends. The exhibition opening hours will follow soon.
From Fiumicino Airport
Option A:
Leonardo Express Train (direction “Roma Termini Railway Station”)
Stop: tbc
Metro B line (direction “Laurentina Metro Station”)
Stop: “Eur Fermi- La Nuvola, Roma Convention Center”
Cost: € 14,00 (train) + € 1,50 (metro)
Duration: 50–60 minutes

Option B:
Local train FL1 (direction “Orte”)
Stop: “Ostiense”
Metro B line from Piramide Station (direction “Laurentina Metro Station”)
Stop: “Eur Fermi- La Nuvola, Roma Convention Center”
Cost: € 8,00 (train) + € 1,50 (metro)
Duration: 50–60 minutes

From Ciampino Airport
Bus 720 (direction “Laurentina Metro Station)
Stop: tbc
Metro B line (direction “Rebibbia” or “Jonio”)
Stop: “Eur Fermi- La Nuvola, Roma Convention Center”
Cost: € 1,50 (bus and metro included)
Duration: 50–60 minutes

From Termini Railway Station
Metro B line (direction “Laurentina Metro Station)
Stop: “Eur Fermi- La Nuvola, Roma Convention Center”
Cost: € 1,50
Duration: around 20 minutes

From Tiburtina Railway Station
Metro B line (direction “Laurentina Metro Station)
Stop: “Eur Fermi- La Nuvola, Roma Convention Center”
Cost: € 1,50
Duration: around 35 minutes

All information subject to change
Last updated: February 27, 2019

Early Registration Fee: until December 31, 2020
Deadline Abstract Submission: Further information will follow.
Notification of Acceptance of Abstracts: Further information will follow.

The official language of the meeting is English. Simultaneous translation will not be provided.
EU nationals do not require a visa to enter the Federal Republic of Germany. For most other nationalities’ visas are required for entering Germany.
For further information about visa and passport please contact the German embassy in your country and check the website of the German Federal Foreign Office:
The registration desk is situated on the ground floor in front of the meeting area entrance.
The opening hours of the registration desk will follow soon.
Smoking in the conference venue is strictly forbidden.
Sustainabilty is more important today than ever before. We are working internally on increasing our sustainability efforts and would like to encourage all involved in the 10th World Congress of Melanoma to minimize their environmental and social impacts. Go Green – Acting today for tomorrow!

Ways to get involved

  • Travel by train / by carbon offsetting your flights to Rome and encourage your colleagues to do the same
  • Use the recycling bins provided on-site
  • Recycle your name-badge in the bin provided at the registration desk
  • Recycle all brochures and promotional items not needed in the bin provided within the industrial exhibition
  • Use the public transportation system in Rome

Rome is in the Central European Time Zone which is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT +1).

Like most states in Europe, Rome observes daylight saving (summer time). On Sunday, 28 March 2021 time will be shifted forward by 1 hour (GMT+2).