PROF. DR. HASIN ANUPAMA AZHARI
CHAIRPERSON, ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Dear friends, esteemed colleagues,
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are pleased to inform you that the “3rd International Conference on Medical Physics in Radiation Oncology and Imaging (ICMPROI)-2018” will be held in Bangladesh Institute of Administration and Management (BIAM), Dhaka, Bangladesh from 10 to 12 March 2018. The conference will be organized by Bangladesh Medical Physics Society (BMPS), co-organized by Bangladesh Cancer Society (BCS) and Department of Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering, Gono University, and in co-operation with Nepalese Association of Medical Physicists (NAMP). Since 2000, Medical Physics in Bangladesh, particularly in Radiation Oncology and Imaging fields, had been started to develop and now it is in a sustainable phase where the further capacity building is certainly required. The theme of the conference is “Challenges Facing Cancer Treatment in the Developing Countries”. As a contribution to that, this conference is aiming to present and discuss current achievements and further activities on an international scale. According to the tradition of the previous ICMPROI in 2011 and 2014, we are working hard to prepare a conference agenda focused on educational workshops and scientific meetings, talks by eminent speakers, oral papers, posters, panel discussions, that will be meaningful and productive for all involved in the field Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering.
Bangladesh has become a role model for development and empowerment of the women with their increasing emancipation in the economic activities to attain sustainable national development.
Bangladesh is a land of scenic beauty. The country is blessed with natural beauty which attracts the tourists. It has beautiful beaches including the longest sandy sea beach in the world. It is proud of its beautiful heritage and historical relics. Dhaka is the capital of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh located on the Buriganga River in the heart of Bengal delta. Dhaka has an estimated population of more than 15 million making it the largest city in Bangladesh and 8th largest city in the world. To make the best use of the natural gifts, the country has developed facilities of modern hotels, motels, rest houses, youth inns and restaurants, modern modes of communication are available to all tourist attractions as well. Some of the better-known spots are: Dhaka – The City of Mosques; Chittagong – Gateway to the Bay of Bengal; Cox’s Bazar – The Tourist Capital; Rangamati – The Heart of the Lake District; Kaptai – The Lake Town, Sylhet – Land of Two Leaves and a Bud; Sundarban– Home of the Royal Bengal Tiger; and so on. We would like to request to take time to visit these amazing attractions other than the conference days.
Please send your registration at the earliest to make your stay in Dhaka more comfortable and fruitful. We would like to thank you for your input in the past and we hope you and other new participants have the opportunity to experience the enhancements of Medical Physics at our upcoming conference.
Hoping that the ICMPROI-2018 will enjoy a great scientific success. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Bangladesh
Prof. Dr. Hasin Anupama Azhari
In Bangladesh, the first activities of Medical Physics education started in 1994 at the Physics Department of the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). In 1996, a co-operation in conference/workshop and training of Medical Physics between Bangladesh..Learn More
|Abstracts Submission Open||10th September 2017|
|*Abstracts Submission Close (Extended)||15th January 2018|
|Notification of Abstracts Acceptance||31st January 2018|
|Registration Open||15th September 2017|
|Early Bird Registration Close||20 January 2018|
|Late Registration||After 20 January 2018|
|Spot Registration||10th March 2018 (No Guarantee for Conference Kits)|
|Travel Award Application Deadline||15th January 2018|