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09/07/2018

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Niels Kuster Presents Keynote Lecture on IoT at Symposium Co-Organized by the AUDEN Group and the IEEE EMC Chapter

IT'IS Director Niels Kuster presented presented keynote lectures on “EM Evaluation and Optimization of IoT Systems: Standards, Software and Instrumentations” and “Workflow for Demonstration of Compliance of Transmitters Operating above 10 GHz” at a symposium on IoT co-organized by the AUDEN Group and the IEEE EMC Chapter in Taipei on July 4, 2018.

 
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04/07/2018

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"Brown Bag Lunch" Seminar Series Special Guest Prof Sean Hill

Sean Hill, Professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine visited IT'IS as a guest speaker in the Brown Bag Lunch Seminar series with a talk on "The Multiscale Brain: Linking Genes, Brain States, Behavior and the Clinic."

 
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30/06/2018

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IT’IS Paper Selected for the June 2018 Cover of Veterinary and Comparative Oncology

A paper co-authored by several researchers of the IT’IS Foundation, “Novel hyperthermia applicator system allows adaptive treatment planning: Preliminary clinical results in tumour-bearing animal”, is on the cover of the June 2018 issue of the June 2018 issue of the journal.

 
Perfusion Phantom Debut at ISMRM-ESMRBM 2018 in Paris
19/06/2018

Perfusion Phantom Debut at ISMRM-ESMRBM 2018 in Paris

On Sunday 17 June in Paris, Myles Capstick of the IT’IS Foundation demonstrated the new perfusion phantom designed and fabricated by ZMT ZurichMedTech AG for the Advisory Board of the EU-EMPIR project “Metrology for multi-modality imaging of impaired tissue perfusion”, which met shortly before the official opening of the 2018 joint annual meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) and the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB)

The perfusion phantom, which is based on a feasibility prototype developed by project partner Dr. Amedeo Chiribiri of King's College London, satisfies one aim of the project, to develop a new physical standard phantom for quantitative medical imaging that realistically mimics perfusion in a patient. The Advisory Board, comprised of clinicians and manufacturers of magnetic resonance imaging equipment, were impressed with the new phantom and pleased with the progress on the project.

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Perfusion phantom on display

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08/06/2018

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Update from the Recent Meeting of IEC TC106 and ICES TC34 in Paris

Thanks to the tireless efforts of IEC TC106 and ICES TC34, the aggressive schedule to complete exposure assessment standards for 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) communication technologies continues to be maintained.

 
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04/06/2018

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Members of the Swiss Society for Biomedical Engineering Visit IT'IS

Members of the Swiss Society for Biomedical Engineering (SSBE) visited the IT'IS Foundation on Friday, 1 June 2018.

 
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01/06/2018

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Radio Oncology Team of Cantonal Hospital Aarau Visits IT'IS

Members of the Radio-Oncology Center of the Cantonal Hospitals of Aarau (KSA) and Baden (KSB) visted the IT'IS Foundation on Thursday, 31 May 2018.

 
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28/05/2018

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EUROSTARS RESTORE Project Workshop

The second workshop of the EUROSTARS project RESTORE was hosted by ZMT at Z43 on May 25, 2018.

 
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11/04/2018

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Meeting of IEC TC106 WG9 and New Project Team for WPT Compliance Hosted by IT’IS April 10–11

Z43 was the site of the latest meeting of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Technical Committee (TC) 106 Working Group (WG) 9, held April 10 – 11 April 2018, convened by Dr. Teruo Onishi and hosted by the IT’IS Foundation, with sponsoring by Schmid & Partner Engineering (SPEAG). The 2-day meeting included the inauguration of the new Project Team (PT) 63184, established after the October 2017 plenary meeting of TC106 in Melbourne, Australia to formulate the basic standard for exposure to wireless power transfer (WPT) systems over the frequency range 1 kHz – 10 MHz.