2013 Annual EBEA/BEMS Joint Meeting in Thessaloniki
As the premier international conference in the area of bioelectromagnetics, BioEM2013 is expected to stimulate further research in this field through the exchange of ideas and lively debate on state-of-the-art knowledge, as well as gaps to be filled.
Last days for take advantage of Early Registration: register now!
Next BIOEM conferences
EBEA & BEMS announce future BioEM joint meeting sites.
- June 2014: Cape Town, South Africa
- June 2015: Asilomar, Northern California, USA
Symposium Dosimetry: Lessons learned and pitfalls in 'in vitro' and 'in vivo' research, May 23rd 2013, The Hague, The Netherlands
Accurate and adequate dosimetry is a key element in all research on possible effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF). For example, during biological research the accurate determination (measurement or model calculations) of EMF doses is paramount before interpreting the observed effects. Designing and executing such experiments or studies requires state of the art knowledge, understanding and cooperation between different research areas.
Last days to register to the Symposium Dosimetry, organised by the ZonMw programme Electromagnetic Fields & Health on May 23rd 2013.
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If you haven't registered yet, please go to www.zonmw.nl/emfsymposium. The registration deadline is May 17th 2013.
EBEA elections for renewal of Council Members
See here EBEA 2013 elections results, formal announcement will be given in Thessaloniki at the EBEA General Assembly.
EBEA membership renewal for year 2013
EBEA is currenly moving to an electronic platform for memberships ad payments, everything is on its way ... we will be ready soon!
Now online! Bioelectromagnetics Volume 34 Issue #4 (May 2013)
4th International Workshop on Computational Phantoms for Radiation Protection, Imaging, and Radiotherapy: register online!
The Consortium of Computational Human Phantoms, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, the Super Computing Systems (SCS), and the IT’IS Foundation for Research on Information Technologies in Society welcome the computational phantom community at large to Zurich, Switzerland, for this 4th edition to be held May 20 – 22, 2013.
This workshop will combine reviews on ongoing national virtual human projects; keynote presentations on the needs of regulators, corporates, and clinicians; and on the importance of computational phantoms for the virtual physiological human research programs; numerous sessions on phantom development and related applications; and an exhibition to showcase the latest in phantom development. A prize will also reward the student giving the best oral or poster presentation!
New asset for EBEA Scientific Meetings
We are delighted to inform you that a new agreement has been signed with the Biolectromagnetics Society (BEMS) that will change the face of our scientific meetings in the next years.
The joint BEMS/EBEA BioEM conferences, that up to now were held quadrennial, will become from 2013 the joint annual meeting of the two Societies together.
This new asset of scientific meetings was inspired by the vicinity and good relationship between the two Societies in the past years, with the aim to offer to scientists involved in the Biolectromagnetics the chance to participate annually to a conference of high quality research and most updated results, in the spirit of maximum collaboration between the two bioelectromagnetic communities.
The official formal announcement will be given during the General Assembly in Monte Verità, Tuesday 23 October.
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