It’s our pleasure to invite You to the 16th International Conference & Workshop “Medical Physics in Baltic States 2023”, organized by Kaunas University of Technology /Lithuania, Society of Medical Physicists /Lithuania and Malmö University Hospital, Lund University /Sweden.
This event is endorsed by the European Federation of Organizations for Medical Physics (EFOMP).
International Conference & Workshop will be held on 09-11 November, 2023 at Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas.
Conference topics cover scientific and clinical aspects of medical physics.
The mission of the Conference is to consolidate the efforts of engineers, physicians and scientists working in hospitals, clinics, research and educational institutions and companies from different countries for solving health care problems related with radiation therapy, diagnostic, imaging, medical and technological information, and radiation protection.
Conference proceedings will be issued in advance. Conference proceedings are cited in Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics) data base from 2009 until now, so we expect that this will be possible in this year too.
- Abstract submission is closed!
- Early registration is closed!
- Manuscript submission is closed!
- new Registration deadline:
1stOctober, 5 p.m. (CET), 2023 6th November, 2023, 5 p.m. (CET)
- Workshop: 09 November, 2023
- Conference: 10-11 November, 2023
KTU is a leading Lithuanian university providing a wide range of studies and closely cooperating with business. The research groups working at KTU contribute to the global scientific knowledge by conducting cutting edge interdisciplinary research on the most important questions of current time.
Medical Physicists‘ Society in Lithuania was established in 2017. The association actively promotes awareness of the importance of medical physicists‘ and radiation protection issues in the medical field, organizes and takes part in numerous national and international research projects.
European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics (EFOMP) mission is to harmonize and advance medical physics both in its professional clinical and scientific expression throughout Europe, to strengthen and make more effective the activities of the National member organizations (NMOs).
The 15th International Conference “Medical Physics in the Baltic States 2021” was attended by 86 participants from 17 different countries