MediNet Network Meeting
Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Belgrade, 12-14 March, 2018
Registration form: download
Please complete the form electronically and send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 12 February, 2018
List of Participants: download
Meeting Program: download
- Peter Thirolf/Giulio Magrin Recent developments in ENSAR2, MediNet
Task 1 talks
- Keynote Talk: Taiga Yamaya, (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology - Chiba, Japan) Development of the OpenPET for in-beam carbon ion therapy imaging
- Theresa Werner (OncoRay/ HZDR Dresden) On the way to the clinics: Tackle the challenges in Prompt Gamma-Ray Timing
- Carlos Guerrero (U Sevilla) Measurement of production yields of beta+ emitters for range verification
- Peter Dendooven (KVI-CART Groningen) Imaging patient and beam: developments at KVI-CART
- Andrea Gutierrez (U of Technology Delft) MuSiC: a novel Multi Slit prompt gamma Camera for in vivo monitoring of proton therapy
- Mattia Fontana (IPN Lyon) Development of prompt-gamma detectors by the CLaRyS collaboration
- Luis Mario Fraile (U Complutense Madrid) PRONTO: Protontherapy and nuclear techniques for oncology
- Denis Dauvergne LPSC Grenoble) Developments on diamond detectors for particle detection
- Arthur Bongrand (LPC Clermont-Ferrand) Status of activities on beam ballistic control at LPC (Clermont-Ferrand)
- Michela Marafini (U La Sapienza Rome) Range monitoring with DoseProfile in Carbon ion therapeutic beam and future prospective with proton and neutron secondary products
- Peter Thirolf (LMU Munich) Recent developments for the Garching Compton Camera Prototype
Task 2 talks
- Keynote Talk: Giacomo Cuttone (Director of Laboratori Nazionali del Sud -INFN, Catania, Italy) Keynote Talk: Nuclear Physics and Medicine: a challenging collaboration
- Lydia Maigne, Arthur Bongran (LPC Clermont-Ferrand) Evaluation of RBE variations along protontherapy beams
- Pietro Pisciotta (INFN-LNS), Research and networking activities at INFN-Laboratori Nazionali del Sud
- Aleksandra Ristic Fira, Ivan Petrovic (Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, University of Belgrade) Hadrons on Malignant Cells: Recent Activities within Collaboration between LNS-INFN and Vinca Institute
- Paolo Colautti (INFN – LNL) Research and networking activities INFN - Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro
- Daniel Sanchez Parcerisa (U Complutense Madrid) Towards protoacoustic proton range verification: first tests and experimental setup at GFN-UCM
- Giulio Magrin (EBG MedAustron) Needs and challenges in implementing solid-state microdosimeters at EBG MedAustron
- Marco Dominietto The in-vivo biological effectiveness: physiological and dosimetric aspects
List of Posters: download
Poster Contributions from T1 participants
- 01. S. Liprandi et al., LMU Characterization of a Compton camera setup with monolithic LaBr3(Ce) absorber and segmented GAGG scatter detectors
- 02. S. Liprandi et al., LMU Compact signal processing of a Compton camera system for medical imaging
- 03. T. Binder et al., LMU Towards an alternative absorber detector for the Garching Compton camera prototype
- 04. M. Kawula et al., LMU Creation of an integrated platform for spatial resolution determination in a monolithic scintillator
- 05. M. Fontana, IPN Lyon RESTRICTED: Detector characterization for the TOF Compton camera
- 06. M. Fontana et al., IPN Lyon Comparison between Anger and Compton cameras for Medical Imaging: A Monte Carlo simulation study
- 08. T. Werner et al., OncoRay Range Verification in Proton Therapy via the Prompt Gamma-ray Timing Method
- 09. G. Traini et al., U. La Sapienza Rome Development of an innovative device for beam range monitoring in particle therapy
- 10. C. Guerrero et al., U. Sevilla Production yields of b+ emitters of interest for range verification in proton therapy
Poster Contributions from T2 participants
- 12. A. Ristic Fira et al., Vinča Institute Proton or carbon ion beams boosted by various chemical agents as an anticancer strategy
- 13. V. Petkovic et al., Vinča Institute Response of MCF-7 breast cancer cells to proton and carbon ion irradiations
The Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences (VINS) is located at 15 km from the capital of Serbia, Belgrade, which has about 2 millions of inhabitance. VINS (http://www.vin.bg.ac.rs/index.php/en/) was founded in 1948 and is a member of the University of Belgrade (UB). It is the largest and multidisciplinary research institution in Serbia. The research at the Institute covers the following areas: physics, chemistry, biology, power engineering and technology, radiation and environmental protection, accelerator science, and materials science. Owing to the multidisciplinary approach, the Institute is capable of responding to the major strategic lines of research defined at the national level: advanced materials and nanoscience, energy engineering and technology, biomedicine and environmental protection. Currently the total number of employees fluctuates around 800, out of which about 300 hold a PhD degree while 200 are PhD students.
For participants of the MediNet Midterm Meeting the Organizers have provided reduced prices in the Hotel Slavija Garni (http://www.slavijahotelbelgrade.com) and the Saint Ten Hotel (http://www.saintten.com), which are located in the city center. The distance between the two hotels is about 30 m. Participants are requested to fill in the hotel reservation form at the web site of one of the two hotels. I order to make profit from the reduced hotel rates for the MediNet Midterm Meeting, the access booking code “MediNet“ should be used. In the Hotel Slavija Garni the double room - single use is 40 € per night and the double room - double use is 55 € per night, + 1.30 € tax per night in both cases. In the Sain Ten Hotel the double room - single use is 119 € per night and the double room - double use is 129 € per night, + 1.3 € tax per night in both cases. These are the reduced prices.
The dead line to book a room in the Hotels is three weeks before the Meeting.
Bus transport will be provided every morning and evening from/to the Hotel Slavija Garni.
Travel Information The Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (http://www.beg.aero/en/home) is located 18 kilometers from the Hotel Slavija Garni, which is located in the city center. The national currency in the Republic of Serbia is dinar or abbreviated RSD (1 € ≈ 120 dinars or RSD).
Transfer from/to the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. For the use of taxi services from the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport to the Hotel Slavija Garni in Belgrade, please contact the city service TAXI INFO desk, located in the baggage reclaim area. Take the taxi coupon at the information desk which contains your destination and appropriate price for the taxi service. The price is 1800 RSD (dinars) which is about 15 € and the approximate travel time is 25 min. For the use of public transport there is the mini-bus line A1 leaving in front of the airport (Arrivals). Its last stop is at the Slavija Square, just on the opposite side of the Hotel Slavija Garni. The ticket price (purchased in the bus) is 300 RSD (2.5 €) and the approximate travel time is 30 min. There is a timetable of departures from the Nikola Tesla Airport to the Slavija Square and vice versa (http://www.beg.aero/upload/a1_map_&_timetable.pdf).
Task 1 updates and planning discussed during Midterm MediNet meeting are found on Task_1 webpage.
Task 2 updates and planning discussed during Midterm MediNet meeting are found on Task_2 webpage.