World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering







Scientific Program: Tracks

Program Chairs: Prof Brian Thomas (Medical Physics) and Prof Mark Pearcy (Biomedical Engineering)

Track Number Description (click for tentative topics) Chairs Selected Invited Papers*
1 Diagnostic Physics, Medical Imaging Prof Perry Sprawls
Dr Don McLean
2 Image and Signal Processing, Analysis and Visualisation Prof David Hawkes
Prof Brian Hutton
3 Radiation Oncology Physics Prof Thomas R Mackie
Prof Peter Metcalfe
4 Hadron Therapy Physics Prof Tatsu-aki Kanai
Prof Barry Allen
5 Radiation Safety and Protection Dr Caridad Borras
Dr Richard C Smart
6 Medical Informatics and Biomedical Information Technology Prof Niilo Saranummi
Prof Dick Kitney
7 Artificial Organs and Biomaterials Prof Bruce Milthorpe
A/Prof Besim Ben-Nissan
-- To be advised --
8 Tissue Engineering Prof Carmelina Ruggiero
Dr Laura Poole-Warren
9 Cardiopulmonary and Respiratory Science and Engineering Prof Kim Prisk
Dr Bruce Thompson
10 Cardiovascular Science and Engineering Prof Kozaburo Hayashi
Dr Geoff Tansley
11 Neuroengineering and Neuromuscular Systems Prof Nitish Thakor
A/Prof Andrew Wood
12 New frontiers in MP and BME Prof Dan Nicolau
Dr. Uwe Muller
Prof Daniel Farkas
13 MP/BME, Education, Industry and Society Dr James O Wear
Prof Klaus Schindhelm
A/Prof Tim van Doorn
14 Drug Delivery and Pharmacokinetics Dr Roman Hovorka
Dr David Mason
15 Biomechanics Prof James Goh
Dr Timothy Barker
16 Rehabilitation Engineering Prof Arthur Mak
Dr Lloyd Walker
17 Health Technology Management Mladen Poluta
Dr Richard Tremewan
Mr Adrian Richards
18 Bioinstrumentation and Biosensors Prof Pankaj Vadgama
Prof Hung Nguyen
19 Signal Processing Dr Metin Akay
A/Prof Mohamed Deriche
20 Special Topics Prof Mark Pearcy
A/Prof Brian Thomas
22 Clinical Day (Friday August 29)
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Dr Michael Jackson
Prof Barry Allen

*List still being finalised

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