The NACP symposium is a meeting for medical physicists and will cover subjects of interest for medical physicists working within the fields of diagnostics and therapy. The meeting will focus on technical issues within diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy, and aims to include discussions of clinical practice.
There will also be pre-conference clinical application workshops on Sunday 10th.
The symposium will consist of plenary sessions and parallel sessions with invited speakers and proffered papers.
The session topics in the preliminary program are:
Iterative reconstruction for CT
Panel debate: Why are new technologies not translated from research to clinic?
... and much more to come!
The scientific committe has invited outstanding speakers and top leaders in their field.
Confirmed speakers (tentative titles):
Introduction to AI (Mads Nielsen, Copenhagen)
Applications of AI (Marc Kachelrieß, Heidelberg)
Total body PET (Simon Cherry, UC Davis)
Quantitative PET: New horizons in molecular imaging (Thomas Beyer, Zurich)
PET guided dose painting (Daniela Thorwarth, Tübingen)
Why are new technologies not translated from research to clinic? (Søren Bentzen, Maryland)
Clinical translation of Hyperpolarized MR (Jan Henrik Ardenkjær-Larsen, Copenhagen)
Phase contrast CT (Martin Bech, Lund)
Spectral CT (Francis Verdun, Lausanne)
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NACP2020 gratefully acknowledge our sponsors and exhibitors:
- Vision RT
- Agfa Healthcare
- GE Healthcare
- Gold Anchor
- PAR Scientific
- RaySearch Laboratories
- Scanflex Medical
- Siemens Healthineers