At Accuray, we are committed to designing radiotherapy solutions that can take on the most complex challenges — while making commonly treatable cases even easier. Our unique, market-changing solutions are designed to deliver radiation treatments across a full spectrum of patient needs, with a global reach that extends our innovative practices worldwide. Our commitment to continued innovation aims to enhance care, improve quality of life, and address diverse healthcare needs around the globe.


medPhoton develops modern high-end technologies for the application in radiotherapy. Our main goal is to provide highest quality for highest safety and simultaneously making radiotherapy treatments comfortable for the patient. Besides the patients wellbeing we assure optimal occupancy rates of radio therapy treatment facilities due to modest workflows. These goals are achieved by our high competences in software-engineering for radiotherapy and our powerful and highly skilled team of mechanical engineers.

Medphoton’s flagship product is the ImagingRing, a fully robotic and mobile Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) medical imaging system. Its design is based on having independently moving components that are easily controllable by the user. It consists of a kV X-ray source and a flat panel detector and enables both 2D and 3D imaging in treatment position. These features, combined with the possibility to integrate the ImagingRing into a variety of existing radiation therapy facilities make the system a unique and flexible cutting-edge imaging solution.

Siemens Healthineers

Siemens Healthineers is a leading medtech company with over 125 years of experience. We pioneer breakthroughs in healthcare. For everyone. Everywhere. Sustainably. Our portfolio, spanning in vitro and in vivo diagnostics to image-guided therapy and cancer care, is crucial for clinical decision-making and treatment pathways.

With our strengths in patient twinning, precision therapy, as well as digital, data, and artificial intelligence (AI), we are well positioned to take on the greatest challenges in healthcare. We will continue to build on these strengths to help overcome the world’s most threatening diseases, enable efficient operations, and expand access to care.

Winter Institute of Medical Physics

Started in 1979, the annual Winter Institute of Medical Physics meeting provides a unique environment for participants from academics, industry, and clinics large and small to come together and share their ideas and work on a wide variety of topics. The diverse program includes keynote and participant talks, poster presentations, panel discussions, unique workshops, and a vibrant early career mentorship program. There is also a rich variety of networking activities to complement the meeting sessions.


The McGill University Medical Physics Unit is one of Canada's largest educational and research entities in Medical Physics, offering CAMPEP-accredited MSc, PhD, certificate, and residency programs. McGill faculty have well-established research programs in radiation oncology informatics, Monte Carlo modelling, and computational radiobiology, and have a long association with the ICCR. As primary organizer of the ICCR 2019, McGill helped set ICCR 2024 in motion and provided seed funding.

Physics World

Physics World represents a key part of IOP Publishing's mission to communicate world-class research and innovation to the widest possible audience. The website forms part of the Physics World portfolio, a collection of online, digital and print information services for the global scientific community.


The CNRS is a public scientific and technological institution. Its mission is to identify, conduct or organize any and all research which presents an interest in the advancement of science, as well as for economic, social and cultural progress, either on its own or with its partners. The CNRS is internationally recognized for the excellence of its scientific work and serves as a role model, both for the world of research and development and for the general public.


The primary objective of PRIMES (Physics, Radiobiology, Imaging and Simulation) is to develop new concepts and methods for the exploration, diagnosis and therapy of cancer and pathologies associated with aging. PRIMES covers a variety of areas ranging from basic physics to instrumentation, from radiobiology to data acquisition and processing, to image reconstruction, simulation and modeling using computer science.


Creatis is a biomedical imaging research laboratory, with about 200 persons, whose main areas of excellence and international influence are linked to two fundamental problems: the identification of major health issues that can be addressed by imaging and the identification of theoretical barriers in biomedical imaging related to signal and image processing, modelling and numerical simulation.


LYric structures and organizes in hospital centers of excellence (Centre Léon Bérard – Regional Cancer Centre and Hospices Civils de Lyon – University Hospital) the efforts of basic and transfer researchers, and clinicians of Lyon struggling against cancer for a better care and follow-up of patients. Researchers and clinicians work together in order to make a better use of present drugs and technologies, to give access to new treatment to patients, as well as better understand the tumor growth process and the reactivation of the immune system.


INSA Lyon is a leading engineering school with strong humanist values that have formed the basis of its business model for more than 60 years. INSA Lyon boasts 23 research laboratories, more than 600 researchers and teacher-researchers, 650 PhD students, and over 1,000 industrial contracts with the socio-economic world. This represents a scientific and technological capital that accounts for much of the international prestige of the school.

Centre Léon Bérard

The Centre Léon Bérard is one of the 18 centers for the fight against cancer in France. The center is a hospital as well as a center for research and teaching, dedicated 100% to cancer care and research. It aims to offer excellent care to people with cancer. This care, which ranges from screening to the most innovative therapies, also takes account of nutrition, psychology, and rehabilitation, tailored to each individual.