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The IEEE Medical Imaging Conference (MIC) is the premier international forum for discussing the latest engineering, physics and mathematical developments in nuclear medical imaging.
Medical imaging is a vibrant, constantly evolving field driven by emerging applications of radiation detectors in medical research and clinical practice. Information from multiple, complementary imaging modalities is often combined to optimise diagnostic outcomes, motivating novel hardware and software solutions. Similarly, imaging techniques play an increasingly important role in planning, verification and adaptation of radiation therapy. It is in this context that medical imaging researchers and students from all corners of the world come together at the MIC to present their latest work, exchange ideas and establish new connections.
The format of the MIC scientific program consists of oral and poster sessions, plenary sessions and a student award session. In addition, joint sessions will be held with the NSS and RTSD communities to highlight research topics of common interest. Regular sessions will be complemented by Short Courses covering fundamental and advanced concepts underpinning the latest research in medical imaging and image-guided therapy.
Authors are invited to submit papers describing their original, unpublished work on one of the topics listed below.
MIC Program Chair
University of Sydney
MIC Program Co-Chair
National Institute of Radiological Sciences (NIRS-QST)