Abstract Submission Deadline: May 5, 2015


The IEEE Medical Imaging Conference (MIC) is the principal international meeting focused on medical imaging using ionizing radiation technologies. The MIC disseminates new research in physics, engineering, and mathematical aspects involving the detection of ionizing radiation, quantitative image generation, and multimodality system integration. The topics covered in the conference range from modality-specific advances primarily in nuclear medicine (SPECT and PET), X-ray, and CT, along with combinations with other imaging technologies (MR and optical). The conference, along with joint sessions with NSS and RTSD, provides a forum for sharing fundamental advances in detector technologies, algorithms, and practical implementations. Authors are invited to submit papers describing original, previously unpublished work pertaining to the topics listed here.

  • New Detector Materials/Technologies for Medical Imaging
  • High-resolution and pre-clinical systems (small-animal, application-specific, intra-operative, portable systems, etc)
  • Clinical emission and hybrid tomography instrumentation (PET,SPECT, PET+MRI, SPECT+MRI, PET+CT, SPECT+CT, etc)
  • Non-emission Imaging (CT+, Phase Contrast CT, Optical+, etc)
  • Data corrections and quantitative imaging techniques
  • Assessment and comparison of image quality and methods
  • Tomographic image reconstruction methods
  • Signal and image processing
  • Parametric imaging and tracer kinetic modeling methods
  • Imaging in radiotherapy and hadron therapy
  • Simulation and modeling of medical imaging systems

Adam M Alessio
MIC Program Chair
Department of Radiology
University of Washington
Email: aalessio@uw.edu
Phone: 1-206-543-2419    

Lawrence MacDonald
MIC Deputy Program Chair
Department of Radiology
University of Washington
Email:  macdon@uw.edu
Phone: 1-206-543-3653