Ilaria Liorni was the winner of the BioEM2019 Arthur Pilla Young Scientist Award for her presentation entitled "Physics-based closed coupling factors for evaluating exposures to gradient magnetic fields".
Manuel Murbach was recently named the Arthur Pilla Young Scientist at BioEM2017, the joint annual meeting of BEMS and EBEA, in Hangzhou, China June 5 – 9, 2017, for his platform presentation entitled "MRI radiofrequency exposure estimation in morphed patient anatomies".
The Commission for Technology and Innovation CTI has nominated the research project entitled “S4L-CAPITALIS – In Silico Analysis and Optimization of Neurovascular and Neurological Devices and Treatments in the Head”, submitted by the IT’IS Foundation together with partner ZMT Zurich Medtech AG, for the prestigious CTI Swiss Medtech 2015 Award.
Our paper “EMC/EMI Near-field Testbed for EM Phasor Measurements Using Active Optical Sensors,” featuring the latest research in near-field EMC/EMI scanning technologies implemented in SPEAG’s TDS and ICEy systems, was awarded the Best Symposium Paper Award at the 2015 Asia-Pacific International EMC Symposium in Taipei, Taiwan.
The Physics in Medicine & Biology Citations Prize, the Rotblat Medal, for 2014 has been awarded to the IT’IS Foundation and colleagues for the paper “The Virtual Family–Development of surface-based anatomical models of two adults and two children for dosimetric simulations” by A. Christ et al.
IT'IS PhD student Adamos Kyriacou won the Young Investigator Award at the combined meetings of the 11th International Congress of Hyperthermic Oncology and the 29th Japanese Congress of Thermal Medicine (ICHO & JCTM 2012) held in Kyoto, Japan
The Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS) website has announced that Niels Kuster, Director of IT'IS Foundation and Professor of the ETH Zurich has been selected to receive the distinguished d'Arsonval Award
Marie Christine Gosselin received the first place BEMS Student Award for Best Platform Presentation, the Joseph James Morrissey Memorial Award, at the 2011 meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS2011), in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
IT'IS PhD students Manuel Murbach, Sven Kühn, and Marie-Christine Gosselin wins a total of five student awards at the 2009 Joint Meeting of The Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European BioElectromagnetics Associations (BioEM2009) in Davos, Switzerland