Due to the unforeseen worldwide COVID-19 pandemic and crisis, our workshop will be held entirely online on Zoom Monday through Wednesday, July 20-22, 2020.
Invitations to previous and new participants will be sent out in April. If you have not received an invitation by April 17, but would be interested in participating by Zoom, please send an email to one of the organizers listed below. Professional Zoom is available at LLU and has enough bandwidth to handle more than 200 participants.
If you have any questions about Zoom or the workshop, please contact Reinhard Schulte.
See you virtually on Zoom,
Yair Censor, Nathalie Japkowicz, Walaa Moursi, Katia Parodi, Keith Schubert, and Reinhard Schulte
Group photo of participants of the 5th Loma Linda Workshop, 2019.
- Information on the 5th Loma Linda workshop, 2019, and previous workshops in this series can be found at here.
- Local and practical information of the 2018 workshop is here. Please stay tuned for further updates on this site.
- Yair Censor, email@example.com
- Nathalie Japkowicz, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Walaa Moursi, email@example.com
- Katia Parodi, Katia.Parodi@physik.uni-muenchen.de
- Keith Schubert, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Reinhard Schulte, email@example.com
About the workshop:
The summer workshops at Loma Linda University started in 2015 as interdisciplinary meetings that bring together applied mathematicians, computer scientists, medical physicists radiobiologists, and radiation oncologists. The workshops are organized in an informal setting: there are no workshop fees, no parallel sessions, and no strictly timed talks. The emphasis is on scientific exchange, learning, and discussions.
We convene in a meeting room that fits about 30 attendees with tables arranged in a U-shape and with audiovisual equipment and video conferencing tools to remotely connect with participants who cannot come in person. Students, postdocs, and faculty alike present their recent work and ideas and get feedback from the group. The workshop intends to create an as large as possible overlap between different topics that will enable us to work intensively together, exchange information and ideas, and finalize and/or start new projects.