Industry-Supported Seminars

● Elekta-sponsored networking reception
● Industry seminar supported by Varian


Elekta-sponsored networking reception
Tuesday, June 18, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Grand Salon Opera C, DoubleTree by Hilton Montreal (Conference venue)

Elekta AI Initiatives: an Overview and an Initial Experience of the Elekta ADMIRE Research Deep Learning Models: the Christie’s Perspective

Please join Elekta and your peers at the Elekta Reception at ICCR, Tuesday evening June 18, to learn about the latest research and technology relating to precision radiation medicine.

Dr. Alan McWilliam, Honorary Lecturer at The University of Manchester will present: “Elekta AI initiatives. An Overview and an Initial experience of the Elekta ADMIRE research deep learning models: the Christie’s perspective.” At this informative presentation, Dr. McWilliam will discuss current technical developments, clinical applications, potentials and challenges of this collaboration with Elekta.

Come network with your peers and learn more about Elekta AI Initiatives.

For more details, contact Laurie Mehlman.


Industry seminar supported by Varian
Wednesday, June 19, 5:15 pm – 6:45 pm
Grand Salon Opera A, DoubleTree by Hilton Montreal (Conference venue)

Smarter Cancer Care: Connecting people and technology
Attend the Varian Symposium to hear the experts’ view on AI technologies. There will be an interactive panel discussion covering various topics around thedevelopments, challenges and the future of AI in radiation oncology and beyond.

Focused topics:

Artificial Intelligence in Radiotherapy: Challenges and Opportunities for Research and Clinical Practice
Steve Jiang, PhD, DABR
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TXM

Artificial Intelligence for Better Radiation Oncology
Andre Dekker, PhD, Medical Physicist
MAASTRO Clinic, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

AI-based Decision Support Systems for Precision Medicine
Philippe Lambin, MD, PhD
The D-Lab, Dept. of Precision Medicine, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

MEDomics: A Framework for the Development of AI in Oncology
Olivier Morin, PhD
University of California – San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Digital Medicine and (Radiation) Oncology
Nicola Dinapoli, MD, PhD
Radioterapia, Fondazione Policlinico A. Gemelli IRCCS, L.go A. Gemelli, Roma, Italy

Light refreshments will be served during this program.

This symposium is open to ICCR registrants only. Space is limited. Seats are on a first come, first served basis.
Please register here.