Know epilepsy. Treat epilepsy. Cure epilepsy.

Meeting Dates:

Friday, December 1 – Tuesday, December 5

Meeting Location:

Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt Vernon Pl NW, Washington, D.C. 20001

Registration Opens Thursday, July 6, 2017

Headquarters Hotel:

Marriott Marquis Washington D.C.
901 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, D.C. 20001

Photography and Recording of Programs

AES strictly prohibits photography, videotaping and audio recordings (flash, digital or otherwise) in all educational and poster sessions, unless by the official AES photographer. Violations of this policy will result in removal from the session and possible revocation of meeting registration.

Material presented at the AES Annual Meeting may not be reproduced in any format without the express written consent of AES or the otherwise applicable rights holder. Attendees acknowledge and agree that commercial or promotional distribution, publishing or exploitation of speaker sessions, content or materials from the Annual Meeting is strictly prohibited.

Photography Release

AES uses photographs of meeting events in its promotional materials. Unless the permission is revoked in writing to AES, by their attendance, all meeting visitors agree to use of their likeness in such materials.


AES cannot be held responsible for any personal injury, loss, damage, accident to private property or additional expenses incurred because of delays or changes in air, rail, sea, road or other services, strikes, sickness, weather, acts of terrorism and any other cause. All participants are encouraged to make their own arrangements for health and travel insurance.


A formal security plan is developed in consultation with the Convention Center and hotels to provide a secure meeting environment. Additional security information will be available in the Program Book provided on-site in the registration area.

No Smoking Policy

For the comfort and health of all attendees, smoking is not permitted at any AES function.

Learn more and get answers to frequently asked questions here.

At the AES Annual Meeting ...

  • Top-notch epilepsy education
  • Exposure to cutting-edge research
  • Unparalleled networking
  • Volunteer and career-advancement opportunities
  • The excitement and energy of the nation's capital