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NICE (FRENCH RIVIERA), SEPTEMBER 14-19, 1997

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT



WORLD CONGRESS ON MEDICAL PHYSICS AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
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18th International Conference on Medical
and Biological Engineering
11th International Conference on Medical Physics

incorporating :

3rd International Conference on Cellular Engineering
3rd International Conference on Clinical Engineering
4th Biennal Meeting on Physics in Clinical Radiotherapy
of the EUROPEAN SOCIETY for THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY
and ONCOLOGY (ESTRO)
22th Congres annuel de la SOCIETE de BIOMECANIQUE (France)
36th Congres annuel de la SOCIETE FRANCAISE des PHYSICIENS
d'HOPITAL (France)
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VENUE
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The World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
will be held in NICE (FRANCE), the pearl of the COTE d'AZUR.
The Congress Center - ACROPOLIS - is located in the heart of the
city, in a walking distance from all major hotels and from the
Mediterranean and the old city of Nice.

Previous World Congress in the 90's : KYOTO-91, RIO-94,
Future World Congress : CHICAGO-2000.

ORGANIZED BY
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SEE - Societe des Electriciens et des Electroniciens (France)
SFPH - Societe Francaise des Physiciens d'Hopital (France)

SPONSORING ORGANISATIONS
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IUPESM - International Union for Physical
and Engineering Sciences in Medicine
IFMBE - International Federation for Medical
and Biological Engineering
IOMP - International Organization for Medical Physics

in cooperation with :

EUROPEAN SOCIETY for ENGINEERING and MEDICINE (ESEM)
ALLIANCE pour le GENIE BIOMEDICAL (AGBM, France)
SOCIETE de BIOMECANIQUE (France)
AMERICAN INSTITUTE for MEDICAL and BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING (AIMBE)
EUROPEAN FEDERATION of ORGANIZATIONS for MEDICAL PHYSICS (EFOMP)
EUROPEAN SOCIETY for THERAPEUTIC RADIATIONS and ONCOLOGY (ESTRO)


OBJECTIVES
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The wide ranging interests of people involved in Medical Physics
and Biomedical Engineering, as well as in Cellular or in
Clinical Engineering has led to a large spectrum of subjects
These ranged from the molecule to organ systems, and from basic
research through products and algorithms in development to
clinical applications.

The conference will provide a forum to exchange recent research
work related to science and technology through sessions,
workshops, tutorials, minisymposia and panel discussions.

SCIENTIFIC CONTENT
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The scientific program is planned to satisfy many diverse
interests, and will include both plenary symposia on large
topics and focused workshops, as well as oral and poster
sessions n biomedical engineering and in medical physics.
A provisory and non exclusive list of scientific topics
includes :

Artificial intelligence
Artificial organs
Biomedical optics and lasers
Bioelectromagnetism, Biomagnetism and Bioelectricity
Biological systems modeling
Biomaterials
Biomechanics
Brachytherapy
Cellular and tissue engineering
Clinical engineering
Computers in medicine
Educational and professional aspects of MP and BME
Electrocardiology
External radiation therapy : physical and technical aspects
Health care technology assessment and economics
Heavy ions and special techniques in radiotherapy
History of Biomedical Engineering and of Medical Physics
Hyperthermia and Hypothermia
Image engineering and medical imaging
Internal radiotherapy
Medical devices
Metrology of ionizing and non-ionizing radiations
Microcirculation
Microtechniques
Modeling and simulation
Monte-Carlo techniques
Orthopaedics
Pain treatment
Perinatal technology
Physiological measurements and signal processing
Quality assurance (methods and devices)
Radiation protection
Radiobiology
Rehabilitation engineering
Robotics
Sensors, biosensors and transducers
Stimulation (cardiac, neuromuscular...)
Technology assessment
Technology for the aging and handicapped persons
Telemedicine
Ultrasounds

POSTER SESSIONS
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The poster sessions will be put on a par with platform
presentation and prizes and awards will be offered
to the authors of the best poster presentations.

STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION
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The Student Paper Competition will provide opportunities for all
young researchers in the world to present their work to panels
of experts and to get recognition and awards from the Scientific
Community.

EXHIBIT
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The congress will provide the attendees with the opportunity of
examining state of the art technology (in biomedical and medical
physics instrumentation, computer hardware and software) and
establishing useful interactions with representatives of
manufacturers, vendors, publishers and potential employers.

CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS
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Didier GEIGER (Creteil, France)
Pierre ALETTI (Nancy, France)

PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS
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Jean-Pierre MORUCCI (Toulouse, France)
Jean Claude ROSENWALD ( Paris, France)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
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The Scientific Committee comprises about 100 specialists from
all over the world, responsible for the scientific management
of the sessions.

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
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Marie-Agnes RIX-MONTEIL (Nice, France)
Jean-Claude FROMENT (Lyon, France)
Daniele VALINTA (Paris, France)

EXHIBIT COMMITTEE
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Andre DITTMAR (Lyon, France)
Genevieve GABORIAUD (Paris, France)

INTERNATIONAL LIAISON COMMITTEE
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is co-ordinated by the following Chairpersons :
R. PLASZCZYNSKI (IFMBE - SEE, France)
D. VALINTA (IOMP - SFPH, France)
The Members represent the NICEU97 Organization Committee all
over the world

INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE (*to be confirmed*)
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P. ANDREO (IAEA, Austria)
S. BLANCHARD (IEEE-EMBS, USA)
J. CLIFTON (United Kingdom)
C. DE ALMEIDA (Brazil)
A. DEL GUERRA (Italy)
A. DUTREIX (Belgium)
G.D. FULLERTON (USA)
Y.C. FUNG (USA)
B. HOCINI (Algeria)
P. HU YI MIN (China)
H. HUTTEN (Austria)
K. IINUMA (Japan)
P.S. IYER (India)
F. KAJIYA (IFMBE, Japan)
M.H. LEE (Korea)
M. NALECZ (Poland)
R.M. NEREM (USA)
J. NOVOTNY (Czech Republic)
F. NUESSLIN (Germany)
N. PALLIKARAKIS (Greece)
M. POLUTA (South Africa)
P. RABISCHONG (ESEM, France)
C. ROBERTS (United Kingdom)
C.J. ROBINSON (USA)
P. ROLFE (United Kingdom)
N. SARANUMMI (IUPESM, Finland)
J.S. SCHULTZ (AIMBE, USA)
S. SIDEMAN (Israel)
H. SVENSSON (Sweden)
H. TERIO (Sweden)
M.E. VALENTINUZZI (Argentina)

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
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All Congress activities will be held in English

IMPORTANT DATES
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September 1996, Call for Paper
February 1997, Deadline for submission of abstracts
May 1997, Notification of abstract acceptance
September 1997, Meet in NICE !

IMPORTANT ADRESSES
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Didier GEIGER, Conference Co-Chair (GEIGER@UNIV-PARIS12.FR)
Pierre ALETTI, Conference Co-Chair (ALETTI@NANCY.FNCLCC.FR)

NICE97 - SEE - GENERAL SECRETARY :
48, rue de la Procession, F 75724 PARIS CEDEX 15 (FRANCE)
TEL : +33 1 44 49 60 60, FAX : +33 1 44 49 60 44
e-mail : NICE97@UNIV-PARIS12.FR

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Didier GEIGER
Laboratoire de Mecanique Physique Tel. : (33.1) 45.17.14.30
Universite Paris XII Val-de-Marne Fax. : (33.1) 45.17.14.33
61, Av. du General De Gaulle E-mail : geiger@univ-paris12.fr
94010 CRETEIL Cedex - FRANCE
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