PRISMAP – What's next?

As it is already a good tradition, we invited our user forum to participate in part of our bi-annual meeting. Once again, it was a pleasure to meet you and to share with you our latest news.

This time you learned about the outcomes of our second PRISMAP call for user projects, had the opportunity to listen to live testimonials of PRISMAP user projects, and found out what we are brewing for the next PRISMAP calls.

Moreover, we had the pleasure to count on the participation of other related European projects, which allowed us to discover their latest developments.

This event was organised in hybrid format, in Legnaro (Padova, Italy) or remotely.

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23 Nov 2022 | 14.30—17.15 (CET)
Part I: PRISMAP Call 2
OverviewThierry Stora (CERN)
Testimony 1Alexis Broisat (Inserm)
Testimony 2Michelle Ma (KCL)
Testimony 3Constantin Mamat (HZDR Dresden)
Part II: What’s new?
Unique selling points of the PRISMAP biomedical facilitiesKoen Vermeulen (SCK CEN)
The in-vitro generator Ba-128/Cs-128: a new calcium surrogate for treatment of osteosarcomaDavid Viertl (CHUV)
International collaboration is the heart of PRISMAP: the example of TUMCalogero D’Alessandria (TUM)
Part III: Related projects
An overview of the SINFONIA project with an emphasis on radiobiology researchProf. Andrzej Wojcik (Stockholm University)
Setting up of a theranostics centreAna Denis-Bacelar (NPL)
Overall discussionThierry Stora (CERN)
Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare
Legnaro National Laboratories
(1/6) Testimony 1 – Alexis Broisat, Inserm

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(2/6) Testimony 3 – Constantin Mamat, HZDR Dresden

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(3/6) Unique selling points of the PRISMAP biomedical facilities – Koen Vermeulen, SCK CEN

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(4/6) The in-vitro generator Ba-128/Cs-128 – David Viertl, CHUV

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(5/6) An overview of the SINFONIA project – Andrzej Wojcik, Stockholm University

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(6/6) Overall discussion – Thierry Stora, CERN

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