World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering







World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering

August 24-29, 2003

Deadline Extension:
The deadline for abstracts has been extended further, to 30th April 2003.

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We already have a large body of abstracts from around the world that will ensure an excellent, world-class meeting. However, in this time of global uncertainty, we are aware that a significant number of people are waiting before committing themselves to travel or presentations. The extended deadline respects that uncertainty. Be assured that Australia, the island continent, remains one of the safest and friendliest places on earth to visit.

The deadline for early bird registration has also been extended until 19th May, 2003.

Triennial Congress of the IUPESM/IFMBE/IOMP

On behalf of the International Union for Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine (IUPESM), I would like to encourage Bioengineers, Medical Physicists and those who are concerned with improving health and quality of life all over the world to attend our triennial World Congress and to present their research and their work.

WC2003 will provide the attendees with the most relevant state of the art information on the progressing fields of Medical Physics and Bioengineering through plenary lectures, scientific sessions, workshops and posters

International experts and leaders in all the different fields will outline the new and exciting future prospects of Physical and Engineering Sciences.
I am convinced you will never forget your participation to WC 2003.

Jean Pierre Morucci,
President, IUPESM.

The World Congress for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering is the major tri-annual event for the international engineering and scientific community. On behalf of the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE) I extend an invitation to all our members to come to Sydney and participate in the Congress.

The Sydney Congress will provide all of us with an opportunity to present our most recent work, learn about recent advances in the field, meet many colleagues from all over the world and enjoy the beautiful city of Sydney. Please make sure that your abstract and pre-registration are sent on time. See you all in Australia.

Dov Jaron,
President, IFMBE.

It gives me great personal pleasure and satisfaction to be able to invite medical physicists, united under the banner of the International Organization for Medical Physics, from all parts of the world across the various land and oceans to come to Sydney, the great city of Australia, to attend the Medial Physics & Biomedical Engineering World Congress. As you all know the IOMP represents 72 National Medical Physics Organizations and Associations, embracing several dozen thousand medical physicists. The World Congress in Sydney will provide the best possible opportunity for discussions and exchange of professional achievements for the old good friends from the previous congresses and the new ones who have not met before. This is again a very good chance for medical physicists and biomedical engineers to share their common professional experience for the benefit of humankind. I am sure that the Sydney Congress will be as great a success as that in Chicago three years ago.

Oskar A. Chomicki
President, IOMP.

Australasia - Australia and New Zealand - is much more than its unique flora and fauna; the broad beaches and bush-clad mountain ranges of Australia, the stark red beauty of its centre and the colourful Great Barrier Reef; and the razor-back mountains, high lakes and the Sounds of New Zealand. It is also a land of major scientific, technical, artistic and sporting achievement.

We can promise you a memorable Congress in one of the world's finest cities, a Congress that will fulfil your professional expectations at the highest level. A high degree of planning will be invested to produce a strong scientific program that promotes further education, research and development. Teamed with an exciting social program, Sydney can offer a truly unforgettable occasion.

Sydney is one of the most beautifully sited cities in the world. Its harbour is breathtaking, framed by its famous bridge and Opera House. The proposed congress venue - the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre on the shores of Darling Harbour, is a high-tech, flexible facility located in Sydney's famous tourist and leisure precinct.

The Australasian region will provide delegates with unique options for pre- and post congress tours. Plan to explore beyond Sydney to Australia's other cities, its wonderfully varied landscape, geologically one of the world's oldest - and across the Tasman Sea to New Zealand, a land of mountains, hot springs and rugged beauty.

Australia is a country of individuality and freedom. Legions of immigrants from every continent have found a new future here and have helped to create a vibrant multicultural society. Our arts, culture and sport, our food and wines, and our way of life are world known. Visitors from all corners of the globe will find Australia an exciting country to explore.

Please join us in Sydney for a memorable scientific and cultural experience.

Barry Allen and Nigel Lovell,
Chair and Co-Chair of the WC2003 Organising Committee.




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