The 6th International Conference on
3D Radiation Dosimetry (formerly DOSGEL)

** Find out how to verify complex dose distributions in 3D **

Co-Sponsored by AAPM, SEAAPM, DukeMPGP 

When:   August 22-26th, 2010
Where:   The Crowne Plaza Resort, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA
A fantastically scenic and peaceful ocean-front resort on a small island on the Eastern seaboard.
What: State-of-the-art seminars, educational refreshers, proffered sessions (both research papers and posters), workshops, debates, and outstanding exhibition space for exhibitors and organisations.

  1. Elevate the quality and accuracy of radiation therapy treatments through improved clinical dosimetry.
  2. Investigate and understand the dosimetric challenges of modern radiation treatment techniques
  3. Provide a forum to discuss the latest research and developments in 3D and advanced radiation dosimetry.
  4. Energize and diversify dosimetry research and clinical practice by encouraging interaction and synergy between advanced,
    3D, and semi-3D dosimetry techniques.

Who:      Anyone with an interest in advanced dosimetry, including 3D dosimetry. 
               Historically the IC3DDose meeting has been attended by medical physicists (both clinical and research),
                   physicists, chemists, and engineers. New attendees are warmly welcomed.

Click for Preliminary Scientific Program and Brochure
Dates:          Abstract submission deadline   -   May 18th, 2010 (midnight EDT)
Early bird registration prior to - June 25th, 2010
Works-in-progress deadline - July 1st, (3 page limit instead of 5, mark.oldham@duke.edu for details) Specials: 26 CAMPEP MPCEC Credits have been approved (7/13/2010) Accepted papers will be published in the Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS) Abstracts: Conference abstracts are short papers that should not exceed 5 pages (3-4 pages is typical). Abstracts must be formatted according to the specifications of the JPSC.
Please use the following template: IC3DDose Short Paper Template See these links for further details: Template Guidelines, Essential Requirements, JPCShome Correctly formatted abstracts should be emailed to mark.oldham@duke.edu
Registration: Includes breakfast, lunch, and coffee breaks (am and pm), Reception, and conference/publication materials Early-bird registration (late/onsite registration) $400 ($550) ($325 for SEAAPM Members) Student registration (late/onsite registration) $200 ($380) REGULAR/SEAAPM attendees please click here to register REGULAR REGISTRATION SPONSORS please click here to register SPONSOR REGISTRATION Accommodation: Discount room rates are available at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, extending 2 days pre and post. Please click here to reserve a room DISCOUNT HOTEL BOOKING
Sponsors and Exhibitors:
                      Outstanding space is available in the beach-front club house (see above), close to posters and coffee/meal breaks.
                      Gold Sponsors and Exhibitors   (includes 2 registrations, exhibit display table, promotional opportunities)
                      Silver Sponsors                              (includes 2 registrations, promotional opportunities) 
                      Regular Sponsor                            (includes promotional opportunities)		
                      Please click here for more information                                   Information for SPONSORS

Local Conference Organising Committee: 
          Mark Oldham PhD (Chair, mark.oldham@duke.edu), Duke 3D Dosimetry Lab
Carolyn Crank, Shiva Das PhD, Fang-Fang Yin PhD Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA
IC3DDose Scientific Organising Committee: Sven Back (Sweden), Clive Baldock (Australia), Cheng-Shie Wuu (USA), Yves De Deene (Belgium),
Simon Doran (UK), Geoffrey Ibbott (USA), Andrew Jirasek (Canada), Kevin Jordan (Canada), Martin Lepage (Canada),
Thomas Maris (Greece), Mark Oldham (USA), Evangelos Pappas (Greece), John Schreiner (Canada)