15th European Molecular Imaging Meeting
|Date & Time||March 24-27, 2020|
|Address||154 Egnatias Street, 546 36
On behalf of the ESMI President Giannis Zacharakis and the entire Board, it is with pleasure to invite you to Thessaloniki for the 15th European Molecular Imaging Meeting: the EMIM 2020. We are already looking forward to meeting all of you in spring 2020 in Greece!
Programme – how to and who?
The EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME, PLENARY SPEAKERS, and FOCUS SESSIONS have been carefully determined by the Programme Chairs and Committees with respect to your needs, emerging technologies, recent developments, and in consideration of the last EMIM’s – always dedicated to scientific excellence.
Though the gross of the programme is done by you: 24 Parallel Sessions and two poster sessions are reserved for presentations from your abstract submissions – do not miss to present!
Four Educational Sessions are scheduled on 24th March starting from 13.30h to 17.00h. Session themes are selected from four main categories: Physics & Instrumentation, Data Acquisition & Processing, Chemistry & Contrast Agents, Biology & Medicin.
In addition to the four Educational Sessions, one Educational Spotlight Symposium will highlight an emerging, hot topic. The Spotlight Symposium starts at 11.00h already finishing at 17.00h.
Educational Sessions 2020:
- Image Processing
- Imaging Probes
- Nuclear & X-Ray Imaging
Educational Spotlight Symposium 2020:
Theranostics: Image-guided surgery, drug delivery and radionuclide therapy
Seven PLENARY LECTURES by leading practitioners are scheduled including Plenary Lectures by the winners of the ESMI award for excellent PhD thesis 2019 and the ESMI award winner 2020 (both to be announced!).
Each of the 24 PARALLEL SESSIONS starts with an overview talk of about 20 min followed by six shorter talks chosen from your abstract submissions.
Two dedicated POSTER SESSIONS are scheduled with no competitive session in parallel – the best opportunity to discuss your work!
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME* four educational sessions plus one dedicated spotlight symposium scheduled for Tuesday 24th March – not only meant for juniors!
STUDY GROUP Meetings are organised by the leadership of each ESMI Study Groups and are open for everybody who is interested.
Jointly organized FOCUS SESSIONS will be held in cooperation with related societies. The set-up differs from the parallel sessions: three talks á 30 min will be given.