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[ RESEARCH COMMUNITY ] September 20, 2021

Morressier Quarterly Conference Highlights

It's hard to believe that the final quarter of 2021 is here!

We are starting to see a return to in-person events and, as a result, now have a combination of online and hybrid events that we are proud to support over the next few months. Here are a selection of the societies and associations we are looking forward to working with:


Mechanistic Machine Learning and Digital Twins for Computational Science, Engineering & Technology 

The MMLDT- CEST 2021 Conference, held by the International Association for Computational Mechanics (IACM), begins on September 27. 

The 3-day conference will explore how Machine Learning (ML) and Digital Twins (DT) are crucial to a variety of fields and industries, from biomedical systems, advanced manufacturing, healthcare, and more. The event, which will consist of special public lectures, short courses, and demonstrations, seeks to push ML and DT into mainstream fields by using advanced data science, mechanistic methods, and computational technologies. 

The conference will take place in a hybrid format, with attendees joining both online and at the in-person San Diego event. Morressier is driving the abstract management process for IACM and staff members will also be on-site throughout the conference to provide support for both attendees and presenters.


44th European Society of Neuroradiology Meeting

The annual ESNR event addresses new modern issues facing the radiological sciences such as the emergence of Artificial Intelligence in imaging, new socio-economic aspects of radiology, and more.

This year, the hybrid congress will take place ​​both in Geneva and remotely across the world from September 29 - October 3 and will be utilizing Morressier’s live session and abstract management tools.

Follow ESNR for updates throughout the event.


American Physical Society 4 Corners Section 2021 Meeting

The APS 4CS Meeting (October 8-9) provides physics students in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah with networking opportunities and support for their work and research. This smaller-scale event allows experienced physicists and early-career attendees to interact and enhance regional connections. This way, students are able to reach APS’s members and wider community, who hold roles in academic, industry, and even federal fields.

This year, the conference will take place virtually at the University of Colorado, Boulder, engaging both Morressier’s gallery and live-streaming platform features. Find out more about this event on Twitter.



European Society of Cardiovascular Radiology Annual Scientific Meeting

In its second virtual meeting, ESCR will gather renowned speakers from across the world from October 21 - 23 to discover the latest research on cardiovascular imaging. Hosted on the Morressier platform and featuring a mix of digital lectures, online workshops, and pre-recorded poster presentations, this meeting caters to attendees of all levels of experience.

This year, the event will focus on imaging lessons we learned from COVID-19, shine a spotlight on cardiovascular imaging innovations from around the world, and explore value-based imaging techniques.

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