Informatics and statistics are tools of primary importance to support the clinicians' decisions while defining a therapy.
Recently, machine learning and artificial intelligence are drastically improving the ability of computers to deal with complex data formats such as images or volume representations.
The application of these technologies to medical physics represents the main focus of this event, exploring new technological trends at the boundary between physics, computing and medicine.
Attendance is free of charge and accessible to students of the three disciplines.
Registration is not necessary, but welcome.