2012 Nuclear Science Symposium, Medical Imaging Conference & Workshop on Room-Temperature Semiconductor X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detectors
10/29/2012 - 11/03/2012
Disneyland Hotel Anaheim, USA;California
Contact: Tom K. Lewellen
Phone: 01 206 543 2365
Venue: Disneyland Hotel
The 2012 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, together with the Workshop on Room-Temperature Semiconductor X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detectors will be held in at the Disneyland Hotel (Anaheim California), from October 29rd - November 3rd. As with previous meetings, there will be short courses on the preceding Saturday and Sunday (October 27 and 28), and we anticipate having several workshops before or after the meeting. This meeting has always been a great opportunity to get together with old friends and to make new ones, to exchange ideas and share knowledge and experience in the nuclear science and medical imaging fields - and 2012 will be no exception.
The NSS portion of the conference is an ideal forum for scientist and engineers in the field of nuclear science, radiation instrumentation, software engineering, data acquisition, and related applications to present their work and network with their colleagues from around the world. Similarly, the MIC has consistently provided one of the most productive forums for the exchange of information on the physics, engineering, and mathematics of Nuclear Medicine. The MIC goes further with many contributions from other areas of medical imaging including X-ray and magnetic resonance imaging. The RTSD is an ideal companion to both the NSS and MIC segments of the conference and impacts both interest areas. In addition the presentation of original work, the conference also provides extensive educational opportunities via short courses and special emphasis seminars before and during the conference. As in past years, the conference will be making special efforts to obtain support grants for students to attend this important meeting and take full advantage of this unique scientific and educational opportunity.
Sponsor: IEEE and The Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Society