Tentative Scientific Programme

The theme for AOCMP-AMPICON2017 is “Advances in Medical Physics: Shaping the future of Modern Healthcare”. All other relevant and related topics shall be covered in the scientific sessions.

 

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17th Asia Oceania Congress of Medical Physics (AOCMP) and,
38th Annual Conference of Association of Medical Physicists of India (AMPICON) 2017
4th -7th November, 2017
Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Day 1: November 4th, 2017 (Saturday)

 

Day 1: 4th November, 2017

Time

Programme

08.00AM-09.00AM

Registration

9.00AM-10.00AM

Inauguration of Conference

10.00AM-10.30AM

High Tea and Inauguration of Trade Exhibitions

 

Hall A (Main Hall)

Hall B (JMA Hall)

Hall C (Bangure Neuro-Surgery Wing)

10.30AM-1.00PM

Session I: Proton & Heavy ion Therapy

Session II: Modern Imaging

Session III: Symposium 1 (60min)

 

I-1:Production of carbon ions for heavy ion radiotherapy

-Dr. Atsushi Kitagawa, Japan

I-4:Beginning of Computer-aided Diagnosis in Medical Imaging

-Prof. Kunio Doi, USA

MST-1:Practical application of Moodle for e-learning courses in Medical Physics

-Dr. VassilkaTabakova, UK

 

I-2:Introduction to Proton therapy

-Prof. Shigekazu Fukuda, Japan

I-5: Journey of Radiology in last over 120 years

-Dr. Sunita Purohit, India

Session IV: Symposium 2 (60min):

Leadership and Entrepreneurship

 

I-3:The present status of Boron Neutron Capture Therapy in Japan.

-Prof. Yoshinori Sakurai, Japan

I-6: What if Radiology was an art?

-Dr. Robin Decoster, Belgium

MST-2:Preparing Medical Physicists for future leadership roles

-Prof. Carmel J. Caruana, Malta

 

O1-O4

O5-O9

MST-3:Leadership and Entrepreneurship: A Medical Physicist’s Perspective

-Dr. AK Rath, India

01.00PM-02.00PM

Lunch and Poster presentations

02.00PM-04.00PM

Session V: Medical Physics

Education

Session VI: Symposium 3 ( 60min)

 

Session VIII: Symposium 5 (120min)

Affordable therapy technologies

 

I-07: Codes of Conduct and Codes of Ethics in Medical Physics

-Dr. Howell Round, NZ

MST-4:The Evolving Posture Of Medical Physics As A -Profession: Medical Physics 3.0

-Prof. Mellisa Martin, USA

MST-6:The need for affordable technologies based on CMC, Vellore Experience

-Prof. Paul Ravindran, India

 

I-08:Resources to run an RT Department – Staffing and Materials.

-Prof. Yakov Pipman, USA

Session VII: Symposium 4 (60min)

 

MST-7: Project Introduction and a Compensator based IMRT for cobalt and Linac

-Prof. GovindaRajan, India

 

I-09: From IOMP to IMPCB – How a Decades Old Wish became Reality

-Prof. Raymond Wu, USA

MST-5:Future of medical physics and interaction with other science

-Prof. Kiyonari Inamura, Japan

MST-8:Principles of design for affordable technologies

-Prof. Eric Ford, USA

 

 

I-10: Education trends after the official recognition of medical physics occupation in ISCO08

-Prof. Slavik Tabakova, UK

 

MST-9: Cobalt treatments are still relevant in a LINACs world A MR guided Co 60 machine perspective.

-Dr. Lakshmi Santanam, USA

 

 

 

MST-10:Programmatic Support for the develop of Indigenous technologies in cancer

-Dr.D N Badodkar, India

4.00PM-4.15PM

Tea Break

4.15PM-5.15PM

Session IX: Nanotechnology in Healthcare

Session X: Monte Carlo & Special Algorithms

Session XI: Symposium 6 (60min)

 

 

I-11: Revolutionary Role of Nanotechnology in Health Care

-Prof. S H Pawar, India

I-13:Implementing EGSnrc Monte Carlo in a clinical setup and its potential applications

-Prof. Paul Ravindran, India

MST-11:Physics of Medical Isotope Production

-Prof. R Chary, Canada

 

I-12: Recent developments on Magnetic nano particle and their application in magnetic hyperthermia for cancer therapy and Drug delivery.

-Dr. Ambesh Dixit, India

O10-O12

 

5.15PM-6.00PM

Dr. Ramaiah Naidu Memorial Oration – Dr. PGG Kurup, India

6.00PM-7.00PM

Felicitation Programme

7.00PM onwards

Cultural Programme

9.00PM onwards

Dinner

 

Day 2: November 5th, 2017 (Sunday)

Day 2: 5th November 2017 [ Sunday]

Programme

08.00AM-09.00AM

Session XII: CMPI Teaching Programme

TS1: Technology of Advanced Radiotherapy equipment including Ion beam therapy equipment -Dr. SD Sharma, India

TS2: IGRT: Determining setup margins and correction methods -Dr. T Ganesh, India

Hall A (Main Hall)

Hall B (JMA Hall)

Hall C ( Bangure Neuro-Surgery Wing)

Hall D (Radiological Physics Department upstairs )

9.00AM-10.30AM

Session XIII: Electron Beam Therapy & Special Procedures

Session XIV: High-tech Radiotherapy:

Session XV: Symposium 7(90min)

Session XVI: Nuclear Medicine &

Radiobiology

I-14: Clinical Electron Bram

Dosimetry: Transition from AAPM TG-25 to AAPM TG-70.

-Dr. Dimitris Mihailidis, USA

Challenges in the perspective of Radiation Oncologist, Medical Physicists and Radiotherapy technologists

I-17: Radiation Oncologist’s perspective.

-Dr. Nidhi Patni, India

Radiation incidents and accidents in medicine

I-21:Mitigation of consequential effects of Misadministration in Nuclear Medicine

-Prof. A K Shukla, India

I-15: New Approach to Managing Radiotherapy Patients with Cardiac Implanted Devices

(CIEDs): Modern Technology RT and CIEDs.

-Dr. Bipin Agarwal, USA

I-18: Medical Physicist’s perspective

-Dr. K. Krishna Murthy, India

MST-12:Incidents and accidents

 in CT and interventional Radiology

-Dr. S D Sharma, India

O13-O18

I-16:Motion Management in Radiation Therapy

-Dr. Lakshmi Santhanam, USA

I-19:Radiation Technolgist’s perspective

-Rakesh Kaul, India

MST-13: Incidents and accidents in Nuclear Medicine.

-Dr. Pankaj Tandon, India

I-20: MR Guided Adaptive RT

-Prof. Bhudatt Paliwal

MST-14:Incidents and accidents in Radiotherapy

-Dr. G A Zakaria, Germany

10.30AM-11.00AM

Tea Break and Poster Presentations

11.00AM-2.00PM

Session XVII: Plenary Talk

Session XIX: Modern RT techniques & Planning

Session XX: Symposium 8 (60min )

Session XXII: Dosimetry & QA

I-22: Preparedness for Response

to Radiological Emergencies

-Dr. KS Pradeepkumar, India

I-24:Image guided application in Medical Physics

-Prof. Tae Suk Suh, S.Korea

New Developments in Photon Brachytherapy

I-27:In-vivo Dosimetry in Radiotherapy

Prof. M Ravikumar, India

Session XVIII: Brachytherapy

I-25:Do we need audit of Radiation Oncology facilities – internal or external or both?

RK Munjal, India

MST-15:Dosimetric Challenges of Photon Brachytherapy in Terms of Absorbed Dose to Water

-Prof. G A Zakaria, Germany

O40-O52

I-23:Advances in Brachytherapy

-Dr. D D Deshpande, India

I-26:Management of CT image for obese patients in Radiotherapy treatment planning procedure

SN Sinha, India

MST-16:New Developments in Image based Gynaecological Brachytherapy

-Dr. Hasin A Azhari, Bangladesh

O19-O29

O30-O39

Session XXI: Symposium 9(120Min)

Radionuclide Imaging

MST-17:Hybrid Imaging: Applications of PET-MRI in Neurodegenerative Disorders

-Dr. Nand K Relan, USA

MST-18:Importance of Quality Control in Nuclear Medicine

-Dr. SubhashKheruka, India

MST-19: Optimization of Radiation Safety and Exposures in Nuclear Medicine

-Dr. Pankaj Tandon, India

MST-20:Role of Molecular Imaging in Oncology with special reference to radiation oncology

-Dr. J K Bhagat, India

02.00PM-02.30PM

Lunch and Poster Presentations

02.30PM-04.20PM

Session XXIII: Materials and equipment for Research in Medical Physics

Session XXIV:Symposium 12(50min)

Latest CT Technologies in Japan

Session XXVI: Symposium 10: (40min)

Radiobiophotonics

Session XXVIII: Small Field Dosimetry & Med Physics Educational

I-28:Advances in medical physics and Phantom development:

A parallel Path. A review from historical to Computational phantoms

-Prof. Franco Milano, Italy

MST-21: Latest performance valuation of X-ray CT

-Dr. Katsumi Tsujioka, Japan

MST-23: -Dr. Rao V. L. Papineni, USA

O59-O69

I-29:Processing of Medical Image

Using Lattice Boltzmann Method Case Study –Cerebral aneurysm

Segmentation

-Dr. D Datta, India

MST-22: Latest CT scanning

technologies in Japan

-Dr. Koichi Sugisawa, Japan

MST-24: Dr. Carmel Mothersill, Canada

O53-O58

Session XXV:Panel Discussion

(60min)

Session XXVII: Symposium 11(65min )

Selection of Particle Therapy Technology: Should be based on capital costs or clinical needs

Moderator:  -Dr. V.Subramani,India

Normal Tissue Protection- A Firewall

MST-25: Dr. Rao VL Papineni, USA

MST-26: Dr. Steen Pedersen, USA

MST-27: Dr. Shahid Umar, USA

MST-28: Dr. Colin Semour, USA

Panelists:

1 Multi-Room Proton Therapy Facility

 -Dr. RajeshKinhikar,India

2. Compact Single Room Proton Therapy Facility

-Dr. S Subramanian,India

3. Clinical Needs and Efficacy

-Dr. DN Sharma, India

4. Carbon Ion Therapy Facility

-Dr. Atsushi Kitagawa, Japan

04.20PM-04.30PM

Tea break and poster presentations

04.30PM-6.00PM

Session XXIX:

AMPI best paper award session (BP1-BP9)

Session XXX: Symposium 13 (90Min)

Session XXXI: Symposium 14 (90Min)

Challenges of Advanced Quality Assurance in Radiotherapy: Treatment Planning and Delivery System

Current status of the breast cancer and importance of the mammographic screening and quality control of the mammography

MST-29:Moving from gamma passing rates to patient DVH based online plan verification

-Dr. AnDreas Block, Germany

MST-31: Overview of the breast cancer and mammographic status in Asia and in Japan.

-Dr. Tokiko Endo, Japan

MST-30: Stereotactical treatment of liver tumors

-Dr. Wolfgang Baus Germany

MST-32: The guideline of quality control for Screening

mammography in Japan.

-Dr.Hiroko Nishide, Japan

MST-33: Vision for mammography in the digital era.

-Prof. Yoshie Kodera, Japan

7.00PM onwards

Banquet and Cultural Programme by AFOMP countries

 

Day 3: November 6th, 2017 (Monday)

 

Day 3: 6th November 2017 [ Monday]

Time

Programme

08.00AM-09.00AM

Session XXXII:CMPI Teaching Session

TS3: Portal Dosimetry -Dr.Raghaven-Dr.a Holla, India

TS4: ICRU-89-Recent ICRU recommendation for Cervix Brachytherapy: -Dr. JamemaSwamidas, India

 

Hall A(Main Hall)

Hall B(JMA Hall)

Hall C( Bangure Neuro-Surgery)

9.00AM-10.30AM

Session XXXIII: Radiobiology

 

Session XXXV: Medical Physics Research& Biomedical Engg.-I

 

 

I-30:Grid radiotherapy and its abs copal Effect: Radiation induced immunogenic response with immunotherapy

-Dr. TS Kehwar, USA

I-32:Data Mining for Radiomics

-Prof. Hidetaka Arimura, Japan

 

 

 

I-31:Results of the latest WHO BSS Workshop

-Dr. Magdalena Stoeva, Bulgaria

I-33:FDG PET/CT simulation for radiotherapy planning

-Dr.KoheiHanoka, Japan

 

 

Session XXXIV:Symposium 15 (40min)

 

I-34:4D in-silico stochastic spatio temporal model of tumor growth with angiogenesis

-Dr. Eva Bezak, Australia

 

 

MST-34: New Aspects of Medical Physics in Radiation Oncology and Imaging

-Prof. G A Zakaria, Germany

O70

 

 

MST-35:Monte Carlo methods as advanced quality assurance for special treatment situations

-Dr. Wolfgang Baus, Germany

 

 

10.30AM-11.00AM

Tea Break

11.00AM-01.30PM

Session XXXVI: Trade Session

Session XXXVII: Medical Physics Research & Biomedical Engg.-II

 

 

T1-T7

I-35:Development of video based mechanical quality assurance system for medical linear accelerator

-Dr. Youngyih Han, SKorea

 

 

T1:Uncertainties in CTDI measurements on Axial Scans

Mr Erik Wikstrom, Bergen India

I-36:Medical applications of 3D printing

-Dr. Ramani Ramaseshan, Canada

 

 

 

T2:Trade talk by Panacea expert

 

 

01.30PM-02.00PM

Lunch

02.00PM-04.00PM

Session XXXVIII: AOCMP best paper Award Session

Session XXXIX: Symposium 16 (120Min)

 

 

12 PAPERS (AB1-AB12)

The mini-symposium on DRLs

 

 

 

MST-36:Establishing and monitoring DRLs

-MPS Mann, India

 

 

 

MST-37:The current situation of dose and DRLs for radiographic- and fluoroscopic examinations

-Satish Uniyal, India

 

 

 

MST-38:Radiation dose and DRLs for CT scanners in India

-Dr. Roshan Livingstone, India

 

4.00PM-4.15PM

Tea Break

04.15PM-5.45PM

Session XXXX: Symposium 17 (90Min)

 

Session XXXXI: Symposium 18 (90Min)

 

 

MDCT: Physics and Dosimetry

 

Medical Physics Training and Education Collaboration among both Regional Organizations

 

 

MST-39: Physics and basic technology of CT

-Dr. Mahadevappa Mahesh, USA

MST-42: Advances of Radiation Therapy Treatment in MEFOMP Countries:

-Dr. Rabih Hammoud,Lebanon

 

 

 

MST-40: CT dosimetry

-Dr.AjaiSrivastva, India

MST-43: The Perspective in Development of Medical Physics in AFOMP Region

-Dr. Tae Suk Suh, S.Korea

 

 

 

MST-41: Techniques for dose optimization in CT

-Dr. Roshan Livingstone, India

MST-44: Medical Physics Education and Training in MEFOMP Countries:

-Dr.Abdallah AL Haj, Saudi Arabia

 

 

 

MST-45: Radiation Safety and Regulatory Authorities in MEFOMP:

 -Dr. Laila Al Baloushi, UAE

 

 

 

MST-46: A Brief History of Medical Physics in Asia-Oceania:

 -Dr. Howell Round, NZ

 

 

 

MST-47: The Status of Education and Training of Medical Physicists in the AFOMP Region:

-Dr.Kwan Hoong Ng, Malaysia

 

5.45PM onwards

AMPI GBM

Session XXXXII: Medical Physics Quiz

 

8.00PM onwards

Dinner

 

Day 4: November 7th, 2017 (Tuesday)

Time Programme
  Hall A (Main Hall)
09.00AM-09.30AM IDMP INAUGURATION
09.30AM-10.45AM SESSION1:MEDICAL PHYSICS EDUCATION
09.30AM-10.00AM History of Medical Physics – a new IOMP project Dr. Slavik Tabakov, UK
10.00AM-10.20AM Medical Physics Education & Profession Perspective in AFOMP Region Dr. Tae Suk Suh, S.Korea
10.20AM-10.40AM Medical Physics  perspective:INDIAN SCENARIO Dr. S D Sharma, India
10.40AM-11.15AM Flagging off of IDMP Rally and High Tea
11.15AM-01.30PM SESSION2:FEMALE MEDICAL PHYSICIST: GLOBAL& REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE
11.15AM-11.30AM Pioneer Women Medical Physicists from MEFOMP Countries Dr. Huda Al Naemi, UAE
11.30AM-11.45AM Medical Physicists Certification Process and Examination in the Middle East Dr. Ibrahim Duhaini, Lebanon
11.45AM-11.55AM Medical Physics World Dr. Magdalena Stoeva, Bulgaria
12.00PM-1.30PM SESSION 3: IOMP-IDMP PROGRAMME [ LIVE TELECAST]
12.00PM-12.05PM Introductory talk on IDMP Dr. John Damilakis, Greece
12.05PM-12.20PM Medical Physics contributions to women’s health and radiation safety Dr. Hasin A Azhari, Bangladesh
12.20PM-12.35PM IOMP Women survey data Dr. Virginia Tsapaki, Greece
12.35PM-12.50PM MP Education, Profession and as a Carrier for women in Bangladesh: Problems and Perspective Dr. Towmin Zaman, Bangladesh
12.50PM-01.05PM Women Medical Physicists: Current status in India Dr. Shobha Jayaprakash, India
01.05PM-01.20PM Women and men in the Australasian college of physical scientists and engineers in medicine : Workforce survey Dr. Eva Bezak, Australia
01.20PM-1.30PM DISCUSSION
01.30PM-02.30PM Lunch
02.30PM-04.00PM SESSION 4:  RADIATION PROTECTION OF WOMEN PATIENTS
02.30PM-03.00PM Radiation safety aspects pertaining to female patients and staff Dr. Nidhi Patni, India
03.00PM-03.30PM Dose management of pregnant patients in Radiology Dr. John Damilakis, Greece
03.30PM-04.00PM Segmentation of Breast Masses using active contour modeling Dr. William Rae, South Africa
04.00PM-05.00PM VALEDICTORY FUNCTION AND AWARD DISTRIBUTION
05.00PM-05.30PM DUSK RELISH

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List of Oral Presentations

S No.

Title of the Oral Presentation

Presenting Author

Place

 

Session XXXVIII: AOCMP BEST PAPER AB1-AB12 (02.00PM- 04.00PM) Hall A November 6, 2017

AB 1

PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) BASED PROTON THERAPY PLANNING SYSTEM

YONG-JIN KIM

 

SOUTH KOREA

 

AB 2

GPU-BASED FAST IMAGING TECHNIQUE DURING BORON NEUTRON CAPTURE THERAPY (BNCT): MONTE CARLOSIMULATION STUDY FOR S-PET OPERATION

HYE JEONG YANG

SOUTH KOREA

AB 3

TLD CORRECTION FACTORS FOR FIELD SIZES USED IN LUNG SBRT DOSIMETRIC MEASUREMENTS

R.C.X.SOH

SINGAPORE

AB 4

INVESTIGATION OF OPTIMAL SHUTTER SCAN ACQUISITION PARAMETERS IN DIGITAL TOMOSYNTHESIS SYSTEM

D. KIM

SOUTH KOREA

AB 5

STUDY OF FEASIBILITY OF USING A COMPLEMENTARY METAL OXIDE SEMICONDUCTOR BASED MOBILE PHONE CAMERA AS A RADIATION DOSIMETER

JOSMI JOSEPH

VELLORE, INDIA

 

AB 6

IMPROVING IMAGE QUALITY IN CONTRAST ENHANCED DUAL ENERGY MAMMOGRAPHY BY NOISE COMPENSATION TECHNIQUES

MINJAE LEE

 

SOUTH KOREA

 

AB 7

MULTI-MODALITY IMAGE FUSION BASED ON IMPROVED FUZZY NEURAL NETWORK METHOD

Z. CHAO

 

SOUTH KOREA

 

AB 8

ESTIMATION OF VIRTUAL SOURCE POSITION FOR ELECTRONS WITH REGULAR AND IRREGULAR FIELDS FROM A MEDICAL LINEAR ACCELERATOR

DOKE HANUMAN BAJIRAO

 

BANGALORE, INDIA

 

AB 9

DEVELOPMENT OF VOXEL BASED METHOD FOR EVALUATION OF THE RADIOTHERAPY TREATMENT PLANS: A NOVEL APPROACH

GAGANPREET SINGH

 

CHANDIGARH, INDIA

 

AB 10

3D SILICON MICRODOSIMETRY FOR BORON NEUTRONCAPTURE THERAPY: A SIMULATION STUDY

NARORI HU

 

OSAKA, JAPAN

 

AB 11

PERIPHERAL DOSE MEASUREMENTS WITH FFF BEAMS FROM LINEAR ACCELERATOR AND TOMOTHERAPY FOR SBRT OF CA PROSTATE -PHANTOM STUDY

PRAGYA SHREE

 

MUMBAI, INDIA

 

AB 12

GPU-ACCELERATED 4D IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION USING ONBOARD KV CONE-BEAM CT (CBCT)

SUNGHOON CHOI

 

KOREA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session XXIX: AMPI BEST PAPER BP1-BP9 (04.30PM- 06.00PM) Hall A November 5, 2017

BP 1

APPLICATOR COMMISSIONING FOR IMAGE BASED BRACHYTHERAPY

SIJI NOJIN PAUL

MUMBAI, INDIA

 

BP 2

SECONDARY CANCER AND RADIOBIOLOGICAL RISK ESTIMATES FOR INSTITUTIONAL 3D CONFORMAL PLANNING METHOD:COMPARISONWITH TRADITIONAL GAP JUNCTION AND INVERSE IMRT PLANS OF PEDIATRIC MEDULLOBLASTOMA

A.HEMALATHA

BIKANER, INDIA

BP 3

RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF GEOMETRICAL INFORMATION ABOUT PAROTID AND PLANNING TARGET VOLUME TO PREDICT THE PAROTID MEAN DOSE TARGET VOLUME TO PREDICT THE PAROTID MEAN DOSE

AMIT NIRHALI

PUNE, INDIA

BP 4

PREDICTING THE IMPACTS OF DAILY TRANSLATIONAL COUCH SHIFTS ON DVH AND RADIO BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF VMAT PLANS USING CURVE FITTING METHOD

M.P. NOUFAL

CALICUT, INDIA

 

BP 5

STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF DWELL TIME DEVIATION CONSTRAINT (DTDC) ON IVERSE PLANNINGSIMULATED ANNEALING (IPSA) OPTIMISED PLANS OF INTRACAVITARY BRACHYTHERAPY OFCANCER CERVIX

SAURABH ROY

NEW DELHI, INDIA

 

BP 6

VOLUME MIS-ESTIMATION BY CT SCAN: IMPORTANCE OF CT PERFORMANCE IN PRECISION LUNG CANCER RADIOTHERAPY

TEERTH RAJ VERMA

LUCKNOW, INDIA

 

BP 7

MONTE CARLO BASED CORRECTION FACTORS FOR SMALL FIELD DETECTORS

RENIL MON P S

KOCHI, INDIA

 

BP 8

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A MATLAB SOFTWARE PROGRAM FOR REAL TIME AND POSITIONING MANAGEMENT (RPM) GATING GENERATED BREATHING TRACE

NAVEEN KUMAWAT

NEW DELHI, INDIA

 

BP 9

HIPPOCAMPAL SPARING WHOLE BRAIN RADIOTHERAPY: A PLANNING STUDY COMPARING COPLANAR AND NONCOPLANAR VMAT PLANS

C.A. MUTHUSELVI

BENGALURU, INDIA

 

Session I: O1-O4 (10.30AM- 1.00PM) Hall A November 4, 2017

O-1

RADIATION SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF PROTON THERAPY FACILITY IN INDIA

G. SAHANI

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-2

EFFECT OF DELIVERABILITY CONSTRAINTS ON THE IMPT PLAN QUALITY

BOJARAJAN PERUMAL

BENGALURU, INDIA

O-3

RADIATION PROTECTION ASPECTS IN A MEDICAL CYCLOTRON FACILITY FOR PRODUCTION OF POSITRON EMITTERS

ARUNA KAUSHIK

DELHI, INDIA

O-4

SMALL PHOTON FIELD DOSIMETRY WITH RADIOCHROMIC FILM USING AN INDIGENOUSLY DEVELOPED PROGRAM

LALIT M AGGARWAL

VARANASI, INDIA

Session II: O5-O9 (10.30AM- 1.00PM) Hall B November 4, 2017

O-5

DUAL-ENERGY HIGH-RATE X-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNER USING A YAP-PHOTOMULTIPLIER DETECTOR

TSUKURU SATO

JAPAN

O-6

PRE-PROCESSING OF BREAST IMAGE FOR PERIPHERAL AREA CORRECTION

HYEMI KIM

KOREA

O-7

MAMMOGRAPHY IMAGING STUDY USING SYNCHROTRON

REENA SHARMA

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-8

TRIPLE-ENERGY HIGH-RATE X-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHYSCANNER USING A CADMIUM TELLURIDE DETECTOR

EIICHI SATO

JAPAN

O-9

HIGH-SENSITIVITY NEAR-INFRARED-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNER

YUICHI SATO

JAPAN

Session X: O10-O12 (04.15PM- 5.15PM) Hall B November 4, 2017

O-10

HIGH RESOLUTION CT LUNG PATIENT SKIN DOSE MEASUREMENT USING METAL OXIDE SEMICONDUCTOR FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTOR (MOSFET)

A SARAVANA KUMAR

COIMBATORE, INDIA

O-11

KNOWLEDGE BASED PLANNING FOR STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY: STANDARDISATION OF VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY BASED FRAMELESS STEREOTACTIC TECHNIQUE USING A MULTIDIMENSIONAL ENSEMBLE MAPPING.

BIPLAB SARKAR

GURGAON, INDIA

O-12

MONTE CARLO MODELLING OF INDIGENOUSLY DEVELOPED MEDICAL LINEAR ACCELERATOR

P. K. DIXIT

MUMABI,INDIA

Session XVI: O13-O18 (10.30AM- 1.00PM) Hall D November 5, 2017

O-13

IMPACT OF PRECLINICAL PET GEOMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT ON PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS

KAJAL AGGARWAL

FRANCE

O-14

DEVELOPMENT OF F18-FDG PET/CT DATABASE OF LUNG MASSES FOR IMAGING RESEARCH

MUKESH KUMAR

NEW DELHI, INDIA

O-15

OPTIMISATION OF THE MOVING AVERAGE FILTER PARAMETER FOR PROCESSING 99MTCMDP-BONE SCAN IMAGE

ANIL KUMAR PANDEY

NEW DELHI, INDIA

O-16

RADIATION DOSE FROM 18F-FDG PET/CT PROCEDURES: INFLUENCE OF SPECIFIC CT MODEL AND PROTOCOLS

OLUWABAMISE ADELEYE

SOUTH AFRICA

O-17

ANALYSIS OF THERAPEUTIC EFFECTIVENESS BY GENERATION OF THREE ALPHA PARTICLES INPROTON-BORON FUSION REACTION BASED ON MONTE CARLO SIMULATION CODE

SUNMI KIM

KOREA

O-18

A PRECLINICAL ANIMAL (RAT) MODEL OF RADIATION-INDUCED SKIN INJURIES TO STUDY VARIOUS WOUND THERAPY APPROACHES

SUKHVIR SINGH

NEW DELHI, INDIA

Session XVIII:O19-O29 (11AM- 1.00PM) Hall A November 5, 2017

O-19

COMMISSIONING AND VALIDATION OF COMMERCIAL DEFORMABLE IMAGE REGISTRATION SOFTWARE

JAMEMA SWAMIDAS

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-20

DEVELOPMENT OF REAL TIME ON-LINE QUALITY ASSURANCE DEVICE FOR AFTERLOADING H-DR. BRACHYTHERAPY

S.SENTHILKUMAR

MADURAI, INDIA

O-21

DOSIMETRIC IMPACT OF TWO METHODS OF POINT A DEFINITION IN HIGH DOSE RATE INTRACAVITARY BRACHYTHERAPY FOR CERVICAL CANCERS

ARPANA SIWACH

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-22

A SIMPLE NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR RING APPLICATOR CATHETERRECONSTRUCTION ON CT AND MRI 3D IMAGE BASED BRACHYTHERAPY PLANNING FOR CERVICAL CANCER.

DEVARAJU SAMPATHIRAO

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-23

CURRENT STATUS AND TECHNICAL CHALLENGES OF SECONDARY CALIBRATION SYSTEM FOR RAKR OF 192IR H-DR. BRACHYTHERAPY SOURCE IN JAPAN

S. KAWAMURA

JAPAN

O-24

ANALYSIS OF DOSES TO ORGANS AT RISK WHILE DEFINING THE POINT A FROM THE MANCHESTER SYSTEM AND THE ICRU 89 RECOMMENDATIONS

SIDONIA VALAS. X

CHENNAI, INDIA

O-25

3-DIMENSIONAL VERIFICATION OF PEAR-SHAPED DOSE DISTRIBUTIONS OF H-DR. INTRACAVITARY BRACHYTHERAPY DELIVERIES USING NORMOXIC POLYMER GEL DOSIMETRY: A COMPARISON BETWEEN GEL DOSIMETRY AND TPS RESULTS.

DEVI NAND SINGH

KOLKATA, INDIA

O-26

MONTE CARLO STUDY OF WATER-EQUIVALENCE OF VARIOUS SOLID PHANTOM MATERIALS FOR 131CS, 125I AND 103PD LOW ENERGY BRACHYTHERAPY SOURCES

SUBHALAXMI MISHRA

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-27

VALIDATION OF HETEROGENEOUS ALGORITHM USING EBT2 STACK FILM WITH METAL AND SHIELDED APPLICATOR IN H-DR. BRACHYTHERAPY

MOUROUGAN SINNATAMBY

PONDICHERRY, INDIA

O-28

RADIATION SHIELDING EVALUATION OF MODEL LAYOUT PLAN FOR REMOTE AFTERLOADING IRIDIUM / COBALT SOURCE BRACHYTHERAPY TREATMENT ROOM – THEORETICAL CALCULATION

MAHEN-DR.A MORE

SURAT, INDIA

O-29

PROBABILISTIC SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF REMOTE AFTERLOADING (RAL) HIGH DOSE RATE (H-DR.) BRACHYTHERAPY FACILITY

RAJIB LOCHAN SHA

MUMBAI, INDIA

Session XIX:O30-O39(11AM- 1.00PM) Hall B November 5, 2017

O-30

PRE-TREATMENT VERIFICATION OF ADVANCED RADIOTHERAPY USING ELEKTA LINAC PARAMETERS TRACKED IN REAL-TIME

HAFIZ MOHD ZIN

MALAYSIA

O-31

DOSIMETRIC COMPARISION OF COPLANAR ANDNON-COPLANAR INTENSITY MODULATED RADIATION THERAPY PLANNING FOR ESOPHAGEAL CARCINOMA

VINAY DESAI

BENGALURU, INDIA

O-32

LUNG AND BREAST CANCER RISK ESTIMATES FOLLOWING INVOLVED-SITE RADIATION THERAPY FOR SUPRADIAPHRAGMATIC HODGKIN’S DISEASE IN FEMALE PATIENTS

M. MAZONAKIS

GREECE

O-33

COMPARISON OF VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPYAND HELICAL TOMOTHERAPY PLANS FOR HIGH RISKPROSTATE CANCERS USING DOSIMETRIC AN-DR.ADIOBIOLOGICAL INDICES

SNEHA .S. NAIR

KOCHI, INDIA

O-34

EFFICACY OF SHORT SPINAL ARC LENGTH IN VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY BASED CRANIOSPINAL IRRADIATION

UPEN-DR.A K GIRI

GURGAON, INDIA

O-35

A HYBRID CONFORMAL PLANNING TECHNIQUE WITH SOLITARY DYNAMIC PORTAL FOR POST-MASTECTOMY RADIOTHERAPY WITH REGIONAL NODES

MOHAMATHU RAFIC K

VELLORE, INDIA

O-36

SIMULTANEOUS INTEGRATED BOOST FOR CARCINOMA LEFT SIDED BREAST: PLAN QUALITY COMPARISON OF HELICAL TOMOTHERAPY WITH VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY

MRS B. SUBBULAKSHMI

BANGALORE, INDIA

O-37

BIOLOGICAL & DOSIMETRIC EVALUTION OF FLATTENING FILTER FREE (FFF) BEAM PLANS OVER FLATTENED BEAM (FB) BEAM PLANS IN HEAD & NECK CANCER

RAMESH K K

BANGALORE, INDIA

O-38

USE OF PORTAL DOSIMETRY TO MONITOR TREATMENT CONSISTENCY FOR HEAD AND NECK CANCER THROUGHOUT THE COURSE OF TREATMENT

SUDESH DESHPANDE

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-39

IDENTIFICATION OF EQUIVALENT LUNG VOLUME FROM 4DCT DATA FOR TREATMENT PLANNING AND DELIVERY IN SBRT OF LUNG CANCER

NVN MADUSUDHANA SRESTY

HYDERABAD, INDIA

Session XXII:O40-O52(11AM- 1.00PM) Hall D November 5, 2017

O-40

NOVEL METHOD OF ERROR REDUCTION IN QUANTIFYING THE SHIFT IN ISOCENTER USING LINE SPREAD FUNCTION APPROACH

VINEETH C

CALICAT, INDIA

O-41

DEVELOPEMENT OF A CMOS-BASED OPTICAL COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SYSTEM FOR 3D RADIOTHERAPY DOSIMETRY

AHMAD TAUFEK ABDUL RAHMAN

MALAYSIA

O-42

MEASUREMENT AND COMPARISON OF SURFACE DOSE OF UNFLATTENED AND FLATTENED PHOTON BEAMS FOR DIFFERENT FIELD SIZES

SURESH BABU P

BANGALORE, INDIA

O-43

DETERMINATION OF STEREOTACTIC SMALL FIELD OUTPUT FACTORS WITH DIFFERENT DETECTORS

SEBY GEORGE

VELLORE, INDIA

O-44

QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAM AT DURHAM REGIONAL CANCER CENTER, ONTARIO CANADA

DAXA PATEL

CANADA

O-45

STUDY ON THE MEASUREMENT OF SURFACE AND BUILDUP DOSES USING DIFFERENT IONIZATION CHAMBERS

SREEDEVI E

KERALA, INDIA

O-46

IMPACT ON GAMMA INDEX ON MEASUREMENT WITH TWO DIFFERENT ARRAY DETECTORS

S.PRAVEENKUMAR

CHENNAI, INDIA

O-47

VOLUMETRIC MODULATED ARC THERAPY DOSIMETRY QA USING LIQUID IONISATION CHAMBER.

NITIN R. KAKADE

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-48

DOSIMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF DIGITAL MEGAVOLT IMAGER FOR FLATTENING FILTER FREE (FFF) BEAMS

VENDHAN SUBRAMANI

CHENNAI, INDIA

O-49

STUDY ON RADIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF WOODEN DUST AS A SUBSTITUTE OF LUNG FOR THE DOSIMETRIC PURPOSE

P. BAGDARE

UJJAIN, INDIA

O-50

EVALUATION OF SETUP UNCERTAINTIES AND CLINICAL TARGET VOLUME (CTV) TO PLANNING TARGET VOLUME (PTV) MARGIN FOR VARIOUS TUMOR SITES WITH VMAT TREATMENTS USING CBCT.

DILIP KUMAR RAY

KOLKATA, INDIA

O-51

RADIOTHERAPY WITH TELE-COBALT MACHINE- EFFICACY AND NEED FOR TISSUE COMPENSATION IN HEAD AND NECK TREATMENTS

RAMAMOORTHY RAVICHANDRAN

ASSAM, INDIA

O-52

EVALUATION OF CBCT AND 4DCT BASED PLANNING TARGET VOLUMES IN NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CARCINOMA AND ITS EFFECT ON CRITICAL STRUCTURE DOSES

SEBEERALI K

BANGALORE, INDIA

Session XXIII:O53-O58 (2.30PM- 4.20PM) Hall A November 5, 2017

O-53

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF MINIATURE PRIMARY STANDARD FOR AIR-KERMA MEASUREMENT OF LOW ENERGY SYNCHROTRON RADIATION

SUDHIR KUMAR

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-54

CHARACTERIZATION AND PERFORMANCE STUDY OF NEWLY DEVELOPED N- TYPE SKIN DIODE DOSIMETER FOR HIGH PHOTON ENERGY (6 & 18 MV) SKIN DOSIMETRY

ZAKIYA S. AL-RAHBI

AUSTRALIA

O-55

NANO KCL:SM3+ AS A NEW OPTICALLY STIMULATED LUMINESCENT PHOSPHOR

PRATIK KUMAR

NEW DELHI

O-56

DEVELOPMENT OF CRYOSTAT INTEGRATED TL/OSL READER FOR ITS APPLICATION IN RADIATION DOSIMETRY

ANUJ SONI

MUMBAI, INDIA

O-57

ENERGY DEPENDENCE OF NANODOT OSL DOSIMETERS TO LOW ENERGY X-RAYS USING MONTE CARLO SIMULATION CODE EGS5

VLE CRUZ

JAPAN

O-58

SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HO3+ DOPED HAFNIUM OXIDE TLD FOR RADIATION DOSIMETER.

NANDAKUMAR SEKAR

TAMILNADU,INDIA

Session XXVI:O59-O69(2.30PM- 4.20PM) Hall D November 5, 2017

O-59

PATIENT SPECIFIC QA ON CYBERKNIFE M6 ROBOTIC RADIOSURGERY SYSTEM USING IN-HOUSE FIDUCIAL BASED POLYSTYRENE PHANTOM

R HOLLA

KOCHI, INDIA

O-60

NANODOTS, ALANINE, AND TLD100H DOSIMETERS INVESTIGATIONS AND ITS TREATMENT FOR STEREOTACTIC ABLATIVE RADIOTHERAPY PRE-TREATMENT VERIFICATION

N U ESEN

AUSTRALIA

O-61

INVESTIGATING POLARITY AND ION RECOMBINATION EFFECTS OF SIX IONIZATION CHAMBERS FOR SMALL RADIATION BEAM APERTURES

KJ MARIA DAS

LUCKNOW, INDIA

O-62

SMALL FIELD DOSIMETRY MEASUREMENTS

GANESAN RAMANATHAN

COIMBATORE, INDIA

O-63

PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS FOR UNFLAT BEAMS

SURESH BABU P

BANGLORE, INDIA

O-64

EVALUATION OF SYSTEM ACCURACY AND PTV MARGINS FOR SBRT IN LUNG AND LIVER USING NOVALIS TX ADAPTIVE GATING AND EXACTRAC® 6D SYSTEM

HIMANK KALRA

NEW DELHI, INDIA

O-65

EXPERIENCE IN IMPLEMENTING AND CONDUCTING THE AUSTRALASIAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS IN MEDICINE (ACPSEM) RADIATION ONCOLOGY MEDICAL PHYSICS TRAINING EDUCATION AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (ROMP-TEAP) IN A REGIONAL AUSTRALIAN RADIOTHERAPY CENTER

AJEET MISHRA

AUSTRALIA

O-66

ESTIMATION OF EYE LENS EXPOSURE FROM WORKLOADS DURING INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES IN SOUTH AFRICA, TAKING MODIFYING FACTORS INTO ACCOUNT

M.A. SWEETLOVE

SOUTH AFRICA

O-67

CATARACT FINDINGS AMONG SOUTH AFRICAN INTERVENTIONALISTS

A. ROSE

SOUTH AFRICA

O-68

A PROSPECTIVE APPROACH OF QA IN RADIATION ONCOLOGY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AAPM TG 100

AJEET MISHRA

AUSTRALIA

O-69

PERFORMING TG-142 QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCEDURES ON LINEAR ACCELERATORS USING PIPSPRO SOFTWARE

K.R.MURALIDHAR

TELANGANA, INDIA

Session XXXIII:O70(9.00AM- 10.30AM) Hall B November 6, 2017

O-70

THE APPLICATION OF TEXTURE ANALYSIS FOR DISCRIMINATION FATTY LIVER BY ULTRASOUND IMAGES

AKBAR GHARBALI

IRAN

*The activity/programme which are common to all will be organised in main hall Hall A.
*Tea break/Lunch will be served at a common place.

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