Aude Silve is the winner of the 2017 Alessandro Chiabrera award

EBEA is proud and honoured to announce that Aude Silve (Institute for Pulsed Power and Microwave Technology, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), is the winner of the 2017 edition of the Alessandro Chiabrera award.
This prize has the main purpose to foster excellence in the Bioelectromagnetics community by giving recognition to outstanding scientific contributions from early stage researchers, and to keep alive Prof. Chiabrera’s memory and scientific legacy.
The nominations were evaluated and selected by a committee composed by the EBEA President and by four other prominent scientists,  the EBEA Council gave the final approval.

Aude will give a lecture titled: “Effect of pulsed electric fields on biological cells: adding some pieces to the large puzzle” during the joint annual meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European Bioelectromagnetics Association, BioEM2017: June 7, 2017 • 12:00 – 13:00, Hangzhou, China.

Congratulations Aude!

Micaela Liberti, EBEA Secretary

 

Call for paper for the workshop “Biomedical Applications of EMF” 2nd International Conference on Advances in Magnetics (AIM2018), February 4-7 2018

Call for paper for the workshop “Biomedical Applications of EMF”
2nd international Conference on Advances in Magnetics  (AIM2018), February 4-7 2018

Chairs:

Paolo Ravazzani (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Institute of Electronics, Computer and Telecommunication Engineering IEIIT CNR, Italy)

Oriano Bottauscio (Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica, Torino, Italy)

Deadline: September 29th, 2017

 

The IEEE Italy section is planning to organize the 2nd international Conference on Advances in Magnetics  (AIM2018). The Conference will be held in La Thuile, Italy , from February 4 to February 7, 2018. For information about the Conference see http://www.aim2018.it.

In the framework of this Conference, we were asked to organize a Session devoted to Magnetic Biomedical Applications, contacting people willing to present their studies. For this reason we are contacting you in order to check your potential interest in the event (or the interest of a colleagues of your group) and your availability in submitting one or more contributions.

We think this could be an interesting opportunity for members of EBEA, considering the increasing interest of our community on EMF and medicine.
A list of potential (non exhaustive) session topics is reported below.

The AIM Conference will be an interdisciplinary forum for presentation and discussion of the most recent advances in all fields of Magnetics: theory, numerical modeling, experiments and applications. The event will be open to experts and scientists with different backgrounds (engineers, physicists, mathematicians, material scientists, chemists, biologists, etc) to present, discuss, exchange ideas, methods and results.

Authors (including those ones of our Special Session will be requested to submit preliminary short papers outlining the relevance and the originality of their works and to present their research work at the Conference by oral or poster presentations. All contributors will be invited to submit full papers for possible publication in a IEEE journal, after peer reviewing process.

List of Session Topics (non exhaustive)

Magnetic Resonance Imaging
•             MR Engineering (RF coils, Gradient coils, pTx, etc.)
•             Patient’s safety
•             Quantitative Imaging (Fingerprinting, EPT, …)
•             Modelling techniques
•             Magnetic media for enhanced imaging
Magnetic hyperthermia and ablation
•             Design of applicators
•             Magnetic nanoparticles
•             Advanced bioheat equation
•             EMF Exposure assessment
Electromagnetic Brain stimulation
•             Deep Brain Stimulation
•             Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
•             EMF dosimetry in neuro-stimulation
•             EMF Exposure assessment
Electroporation
Wearable sensors for patient’s monitoring
•             Design and study of new magnetic sensors
•             Sensor characterization
•             Data analysis
Tissue properties characterization and anatomical models for computational bioelectromagnetics

Please note that the abstract submission closes on September 15, 2017