Medical Imaging Conference

October 30 – November 3, 2007

The Medical Imaging Conference (MIC) is the longest standing and most respected international scientific meeting on the physics, engineering and mathematical aspects of x-ray and nuclear medicine based imaging. Each year significant innovations in all forms of medical and biomedical imaging are welcomed and presented at the MIC, as x-ray, nuclear medicine (emission imaging and radioisotope therapy) and its technologies intersect and overlap with many arenas of medicine (e.g., Radiology, Cardiology, Neurology, Oncology) and their technologies. The MIC is an excellent venue for communication and discussion of novel medical and biomedical imaging technologies and uses. Authors are invited to submit papers describing original and innovative contributions to the field of medical imaging in the topics areas listed below.

  • PET & PET/CT Instrumentation
  • SPECT & SPECT/CT Instrumentation
  • PET & PET/CT Reconstruction
  • SPECT & SPECT/CT Reconstruction
  • Computed Tomography Theory and Modality-Neutral Reconstruction
  • X-ray CT Instrumentation and Techniques
  • X-ray CT Reconstruction
  • Small-animal Imagers & Imaging
  • Multi-modality Imagers & Imaging
  • Application-specific Imagers & Imaging
  • Simulation Tools and Modeling
  • Acquisition & Processing of Dynamic Data
  • Quantitative Imaging & Compensation Techniques
  • Image Evaluation, & Quality Assessment
  • Scintillator-based Detection/Imaging Technologies
  • Semiconductor Detection/Imaging Technologies
  • X-ray Imaging Technologies & Techniques
  • Non-ionizing Imaging Technologies & Techniques
  • Clinical Applications of Biomedical Imaging
  • Imaging in Drug Development & Biological Research


Eric C. Frey
MIC Program Chair
Johns Hopkins University
JHOC 4263, 601 N. Caroline Street
Baltimore, MD 21287-0859 USA
Phone: 1 443 287 2426
Fax: 1 410 614 1977

Magnus Dahlbom
MIC Program Deputy Chair
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Phone: 1 310 206 8273
Fax: 1 310 206 4899