Showcase your latest advances to the world’s best in sleep medicine and research.
The World Sleep congress regularly attracts the world’s leading sleep medicine researchers, clinicians, technologists, and other professionals. Specialized communities in neurology, pulmonology, pediatrics, dentistry, and psychology – among others – also attend World Sleep to network and present their latest data to an international audience. More than 2300 attendees from 58 countries gathered in Rome for World Sleep 2022.
World Sleep 2023 in Rio de Janeiro will offer exhibition space for every budget. All exhibition spaces will come with congress registrations included (depending on the size of the booth).
Applications for exhibition space and sponsorship items will open by mid-2022. If you would like to learn more about exhibiting at World Sleep or just want to make sure you get the application when it opens, please contact us at [email protected].
See Your Brand at World Sleep
Sponsorship and exhibition packages can be tailored to meet organizational needs. Want to set up a discussion with World Sleep Society about your goals for Rio 2023? Just let us know and we’ll schedule a time.
Overview on World Sleep 2023
Congress Program & Exhibition Dates
Exhibition occurs over three days during the congress, typically Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. These are the days when the main scientific program of the congress occurs, including keynotes, symposia, and abstracts.
Venue & Location
Windsor Convention & Expo Center
Pictured below, the Windsor Convention & Expo Center is a new, modern convention center located on one of the many beautiful beaches of Rio de Janeiro. Multiple four- and five-star hotels are connected to the convention center via walkways, along with other hotels and beach resorts located in close vicinity.
Avenida Lúcio Costa, 2630
Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro
RJ. CEP 20031-204
Scientific Program Topics
• Aging and Developmental Issues
• Basic Sleep Research
• Behavior, Cognition and Dreaming
• Chronobiology/Circadian Disorders
• Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
• Movement Disorders
• Neural Plasticity
• Neurological Sleep Disorders Affecting Sleep
• Psychiatric Disorders Affecting Sleep/Wake
• Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)
• REM Behavior Disorders
• Sleep Breathing Disorders