Jan 31, 2017
Deadline for author registration
Feb 15, 2017
Deadline for hotel-room contingent
Feb 25, 2017
Deadline for revised manuscripts
Mar 23, 2017
IJMPI papers online
Tutorials and Welcome
International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging
7th IWMPI: 23-24 March 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic
Tutorials on March 23, 2017
Tutorial 1 | Tutorial 2
Satellite Event on March 25, 2017: Lab Tour
CAPI, Center for Advanced Preclinical Imaging, First Faculty of Medicine
We cordially invite you to the 7th International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging (IWMPI). Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) is a novel imaging modality which uses various static and oscillating magnetic fields, as well as tracer materials made from iron oxide nanoparticles to perform background-free measurements of the particles’ local concentration. The method exploits the nonlinear remagnetization behavior of the particles and has the potential to surpass current methods for the detection of iron oxide in sensitivity and spatio-temporal resolution. The workshop aims at covering the status and recent developments of both, the instrumentation and the tracer material, as each of them is equally important in designing a well performing MPI. Furthermore, the workshop focuses at presenting results from recent and ongoing studies, both in the pre-clincal and medical field, as well as from non-medical applications, e.g., material testing.
The IWMPI 2017 will be held on 23-24 March 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic. Started in 2010 and 2012 at the University of Lübeck, the workshop takes place for the 7th time after visiting Lübeck in 2016, Istanbul in 2015, Berlin in 2014 and Berkeley in 2013. The workshop will provide the opportunity to present research work and results, but also new ideas and directions in the field of MPI to a highly interested audience of scientific, medical, and application experts from university, clinical, and commercial sites active in the field.
Since the first workshop in 2010, the IWMPI has been the premier forum for researchers working in the MPI field. The workshop aims at covering the status and recent developments of both the instrumentation and the tracer material, as they are equally important in designing a well performing MPI system. The main topics presented at the workshop include hardware developments, image reconstruction and systems theory, nanoparticle physics and theory, nanoparticle synthesis, spectroscopy, patient safety, and medical/research applications of MPI. Over the years, the attendance to the workshop increased from around 70 attendees in 2010 to over 200 researchers this past year.
We encourage you and your colleagues to contribute your research and results to the IWMPI. You will have an opportunity to interact and collaborate with the greater MPI community, and to take steps in advancing the field of MPI. The workshop will provide a great opportunity to present your research results, as well as to learn more about the technical aspects and clinical potential of MPI.