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29/04/2019
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CMEF Sim4Life Workshop 2019: Agenda & Registration

CMEF Sim4Life Workshop 2019: Agenda & Registration

We are very pleased to announce our first CMEF Sim4Life Workshop taking place in May 2019 in Shanghai, China! At the workshop, you will hear about the importance of MRI Safety in China from a Chinese key opinion leader.  Wolfgang Kainz from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration will share his experience on computational modelling and simulation for medical device safety evaluations. Further, Aiping Yao (IT’IS Foundation) and Habib Bousleiman (ZMT) will demonstrate how ZMT’s unique simulation platform Sim4Life can be applied for successful modelling and simulation of wireless body area network design, optimization of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) systems and neurostimulating devices, and MRI safety evaluations for active and passive implantable devices. 

The workshop will take place on:

Date: Thursday, May 16, 2019

Time: 13.30 – 17.30 hrs (including an aperitif)

Venue: Function Room 4 at 2nd floor, InterContinental Shanghai Hongqiao NECC (Gate 3, No. 1700 Zhuguang Road, Shanghai)

The detailed workshop program can be downloaded here.

CMEFWorkshop2019Agenda

The workshop is free of charge, yet please note that limited seating is available, and registration is required. Send us an email indicating your name and affiliation to secure your place today! Registration will be confirmed by a return email.

We look forward to welcoming you at our workshop and at Booth No. 5.1E25 (Swiss Pavilion) to discuss with you our latest developments to support your needs.

The ZMT Zurich MedTech Team

Sim4Life

25/04/2019

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s4l-sales@zmt.swiss

 

ISMRM Sim4Life User Workshop 2019: Agenda & Registration

Get ready for our ISMRM Sim4Life User Workshop 2019 in Montréal, Canada, on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 - download the detailed agenda now!

 
Sim4Life

10/04/2019

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s4l-sales@zmt.swiss

 

Important ViP Extension: Male ViP Korean Model Jeduk cV3.1

Congratulations to the IT’IS Foundation for the release of their most recent Virtual Population model - male Korean Jeduk cV3.1! This new phantom marks an important extension of the existing European ViP towards a global population representation. An enhanced, next-generation neuro-functionalized version of this phantom is expected for end of June.

 
Sim4Life

04/04/2019

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s4l-sales@zmt.swiss

 

Save The Date: ISMRM Sim4Life User Workshop 2019

Our annual ISMRM Sim4Life User Workshop will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 from 6:30pm – 8:45pm in the InterContinental Hotel, Montreal. Participants will be able to learn about how the design and optimization of MRI systems benefit from in silico methods, how MRI implant safety assessment are advanced by the latest improvements in IMAnalytics and MRIxViP, and experience the latest features of our comprehensive Sim4Life simulation platform. The detailed agenda will be published soon. If you are interested in participating please send us an email.

 
Sim4Life

12/03/2019

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s4l-sales@zmt.swiss

 

IT’IS Foundation Releases MRIxViP V2.0

IT’IS Foundation has released MRIxViP V2.0 incorporating the latest Virtual Population (ViP) models.

 
Corporate

02/03/2019

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info@zmt.swiss

 

ZMT Hosts EMPIR MIMAS Project Meeting

ZMT hosted all MIMAS project partners at "Zurich 43" for the first regular project meeting of the 36-month EMPIR project on Thursday and Friday, February 28 and March 1.

 
Corporate

23/01/2019

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info@zmt.swiss

 

Zurich43 Retreat 2019 on Ethics & Z43 Culture

Zurich43's annual retreat was held 21 – 22 January 2019 to discuss "Ethics & Z43 Culture in Real or Perceived Devaluing Times" with a particular focus on fairness, justice, recognition, and populism.

 
Sim4Life

16/01/2019

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s4l-sales@zmt.swiss

 

iSEG Is Now Open Source

ZMT and IT'IS provide medical-image segmentation and modeling toolkit iSEG as an open source project on GitHub.

 
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