Pathways to in-vivo 3D dosimetry measurements for adaptive radiation delivery
26 June 2019 - 27 June 2019
CALL FOR PAPERS AND POSTERS
This interdisciplinary workshop will bring together the international research community committed to addressing the challenges that must be overcome in order to make the vision of routine 3D and even 4D in-vivo dosimetry measurements a reality. The workshop will be an opportunity to share knowledge, experiences, best practice and ideas between established experts in dosimeter development and medical physics practitioners in the field as well as early career researchers or those that are joining this exciting and rapidly developing field. It is an opportunity to form new collaborations and access this well connected community.
CONFIRMED INVITED SPEAKERS
Prof Ramin Jaberi, Cancer Institute of Tehran, University of Medical Science
Sonja Wegener, University of Würzburg, Department of Radiation Oncology, Germany
Dr Jérôme Benoit, Specialist in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Oncology, Oncovet, France
Prof David A Bradley, Sunway University (Malaysia) & University of Surrey
Ana Folgueras, Elekta (UK)
Topical discussion themes will include the following:
* Phantom development (deformable anthropomorphic phantoms and personalised phantoms, use of 3D printing)
* Dosimeter development
* Development of detector placement devices (e.g. 3D printed bolus, nasal, mouth, bladder, and rectal inserts)
* Towards clinical studies
* Applications in Hadron, External Beam and Brachytherapy
* Validations, correction, distortions due to non-tissue equivalence
Abstracts (200-300 words) should be emailed to Dr Annika Lohstroh .
Please indicate whether you are interested in giving an oral presentation or a poster.
Last date for submission of abstracts: extended to 13 May 2019
Notification of acceptance/rejection of abstracts: expected 20 May 2019
Registration open: Early May 2019
Registration closing date: 7th June 2019
Dr Annika Lohstroh, University of Surrey
Dr Shakardokht Jafari, Trueinvivo Ltd, QA Hospital Portsmouth, University of Surrey
Dr Silvia Pani, University of Surrey
Prof Giuseppe Schettino, University of Surrey, National Physical Laboratory
Prof Phil Evans, University of Surrey, National Physical Laboratory
Dr Lucia Florescu, University of Surrey
This event is supported by the Institute of Advanced Studies (Surrey) and Trueinvivo.