ENLIGHT for SEEIIST in South-East Europe

Europe/Zurich
Manjit Dosanjh
Description

IMPORTANT: The presentations are available on this webpage. If you wish to use them, please contact the speakers.

You can connect to the meeting using this link:  

https://cern.zoom.us/j/94027918602

The European Network for Light Ion Hadron Therapy (ENLIGHT) was established in 2002 following various European particle therapy network initiatives during the 1980s and 1990s. ENLIGHT started its work on major topics related to hadron therapy (HT), such as patient selection, clinical trials, technology, radiobiology, imaging and health economics. It was initiated through CERN and ESTRO and dealt with various disciplines such as (medical) physics and engineering, radiation biology and radiation oncology. A regular annual meeting structure was started in 2002 and continues until today bringing together the various disciplines and projects and institutions in the field of HT at different European places for regular exchange of information on best practices and research and development.

The South East European International Institute for Sustainable Technologies (SEEIIST) proposed in late 2016 by Prof. Herwig Schopper, a former Director General of CERN and initiator of the international SESAME project in Jordan, received first official political support by the Government of Montenegro in March 2017.

After the signing of the Declaration of Intent in October 2017 at CERN, the Initiative was transformed into a Regional project gathering following Parties: Republic of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Bulgaria, Kosovo*, Republic of North Macedonia, Montenegro, Republic of Serbia and Republic of Slovenia.

                                  

  

 

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 Juergen DEBUS (HIT)                                   Ugo AMALDI (TERA Foundation)

 Sandro ROSSI (CNAO)             Piero FOSSATI (MedAu)

 Eleanor BLAKELY (Berkeley)       Vladimir TODOROVIC (KCCG)

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Participants
Participants
  • Adnan Beganović
  • Ahmad Neishabouri
  • Aja Tafilaj
  • Albana Topi
  • Aleksander Zidansek
  • Amar Kapic
  • Ana Ugrinska
  • Anastasios Liolios
  • Anthony Gleeson
  • Aris Mamaras
  • Azra Gazibegović - Busuladžić
  • Bora Shema
  • Borislav Pavlov
  • Christian Schömers
  • Dimitris Kaprinis
  • Dunja Bulajic
  • Dusan Bozanic
  • Dusan Prascevic
  • Dzenana Husremovic
  • Elena Benedetto
  • Elisa Burke
  • EVANGELIA DIMOVASILI
  • Fehima Ugarak
  • Grigory Feofilov
  • Hans Joachim Specht
  • Hans Liew
  • Igor Stojkovski
  • Irena ALIGRUDIC
  • Ivan Knezevic
  • Janko Burgar
  • John Wood
  • Judith Besuglow
  • Julia Bauer
  • Katharina Paul
  • Katrin Henkner
  • Kiki Theodorou
  • Kilian Dietrich
  • Kostadin Kostadinov
  • Lambe Barandovski
  • Laurence Wroe
  • Lazar Nikitovic
  • Lea Glazar
  • Leandar Litov
  • Lejla Civa
  • Lotar Kurti
  • Maja Kuzmanović
  • Manjit Dosanjh
  • Marco Giuseppe Pullia
  • Marija Milosavljević
  • Marina Zdraveska Kochovska
  • Mariusz Sapinski
  • Maurizio Vretenar
  • Mimoza Ristova
  • Mirjeta Mediji Arifi
  • Neil Pratt
  • Nicole Grau
  • Niko Hyka
  • Partizan Malkaj
  • Pavle ALIGRUDIC
  • peter huber
  • Peter Lysakovski
  • Petya Georgieva
  • Primož Strojan
  • Redona Bexheti
  • Robert Miller
  • Sandro Rossi
  • Sanja Damjanovic
  • Sasho Nikolovski
  • Semi Harrabi
  • Skender Kabashi
  • Snezhana Smichkoska
  • Sonja Petkovska
  • Stevan Vrbaški
  • Tanja Platt
  • Taofeeq IGE
  • Tarik Uzunovic
  • Tea Glažar
  • Thomas Tessonnier
  • Ugo Amaldi
  • Vesna Gershan
  • Vladimir Todorovic
  • Vladimir Zherebchevsky
  • Yiota Foka
  • Yllka Kabashi