SINFONIA project hosts fall courses in radiation applications

As part of the SINFONIA project, a four-year research project developing tools for comprehensive risk appraisal for detrimental effects of radiation exposure, 5 partners across Europe will hold courses in line with the project’s key objectives in September and October. Various topics, from personalised dosimetry to radiation biology to machine learning, will be addressed.

Course, host and application details are available on the SINFONIA website. Pay particular attention to the application deadlines, as the first, on patient dosimetry and occupational radiation exposure assessment, closes on 15 July! Also, each course can accommodate a limited number of participants.

No fee is charged for course participation, but participants are responsible for travel and lodging expenses.

SINFONIA is funded by the Euratom research and training programme 2019-2020 under grant agreement No 945196. SINFONIA is led by its Scientific Coordinator, Prof. John Damilakis of the University of Crete, and managed by the European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Research in Vienna.