Webinars

The FRPT Webinars

We are excited to announce a series of exclusive, free webinars in the lead up to our main conference in Barcelona!

As a taster of what you can expect at the upcoming FRPT 2022 Conference, we would like to invite you to join us for three complimentary webinars which will take place in June, September and October prior to the main event.

Each webinar features two well-known experts in the flash and radiotherapy field who will update you on the latest science and novel approaches. There will also be room for discussion and a live Q&A!

The webinar recordings will be available for viewing on-demand for 1 month after the live events. Additionally, registered webinar participants will receive access to related sessions from the FRPT 2021 Conference, for viewing during and after the live webinar days.

*Please note the places for the free webinars are limited and pre-registration is required.

The FRPT webinars are with educational purposes and to demonstrate the latest developments, presented by experts in the field. No commercial promotion will be done. Any equipment shown is incidental and is not used to promote companies.

Webinar Programmes:

Proton & Proton Flash

Chair: Serena Psoroulas (Switzerland)
Speakers: Constantinos Koumenis (USA) & Karen Kirkby (UK)

10 June 2022, 18:00 – 19:30 CEST/GMT+2

Electron Flash

Chair: Pierre Montay-Gruel (Belgium)
Speakers: Charles Limoli (USA) & Billy Loo (USA)

8 September 2022, 17:00 – 18:30 CEST/GMT+2

Spatial Fractionation and Heavy Ions

Chair: Cristian Fernandez-Palomo (Switzerland)
Speakers: Marco Durante (Germany) & Yolanda Prezado (France)

25 October 2022, 17:00 – 18:30 CEST/GMT+2

To find answers to the most common questions, please check the FAQ section below.

Q: What is the cost of registration for the FRPT Webinars?

A: The FRPT Webinars are free of charge but require pre-registration.

Q: Do I need to register for the FRPT Webinars?

A: Yes, the FRPT Webinars require pre-registration. Registration for the third Webinar – Spatial Fractionation and Heavy Ions, taking place 25 October – is now open.

Q: How to register for the webinar?

A: Please use the Registration form here to register. Each of the FRPT Webinars requires separate registration.

Q: Do I need to register for the Conference in order to attend the webinar?

A: The registration for the FRPT Webinars is separate from the Conference registration, but we are looking forward to welcoming you at both.

Q: Will the Webinars be recorded and how long after the sessions can I view them?

A: The FRPT Webinars will be recorded and available for viewing up to one month after the session day.

Q: Will there be additional content available for the participants?

A: Yes, in addition to the FRPT Webinars selected related sessions from the FRPT 2021 Conference will be available for viewing on demand up to one month after the Webinar days.

Q: Will there be additional content available for the Webinar participants?

A: Yes, in addition to the FRPT Webinars selected related sessions from the FRPT 2021 Conference will be available for viewing on demand up to one month after the Webinar days.

Q: Which sessions will be available?

A: Selected sessions from the FRPT 2021 Conference on related to the Webinar topics will be available for viewing on demand.

Q: Will there be opportunities to ask the speakers questions? 

A: Yes, each of the FRPT Webinars will feature dedicated Q&A time for audience questions.

Q: What networking opportunities there be for participants?

A: Participants will have the opportunity for 1-on-1 discussions with fellow participants in the chat feature of the virtual platform.

Inappropriate comments (bad language or personal insults) in the online chats will not be tolerated. Any reported instances will result in the author of the comment being removed from the webinar and their registration revoked.

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To contact us, please email frpt@kenes.com.

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