4DMedical XV Technology Webinar

ACPSEM Queensland will be hosting a free webinar describing some of the exciting technological developments in x-ray velocimetry and lung imaging made by Dr Andreas Fouras and 4DMedical.

From origins in aerospace engineering measuring airflow across aircraft surfaces in minute detail, 4DMedical was incorporated in 2012 to acquire an imaging platform and associated intellectual property from Monash University where it was originally conceived and developed by Dr Andreas Fouras and his research group. This XV Technology™ is the first FDA/TGA cleared respiratory imaging solution using mathematical models and algorithms to convert sequences of X-ray images into four-dimensional quantitative data. The result of over 15 years of development and published preclinical / clinical studies is a revolution in respiratory imaging and ventilation analysis poised to supersede existing respiratory diagnostic modalities, fundamentally changing outcomes for patients with lung disease.

Dr Fouras provides an overview on the background and need for 4DMedical’s XV Technology™, its algorithmic basis, the challenges of translating this into clinical outcomes, and an insight into future developments by 4DMedical – recipients of $29.9m of funding in the latest MRFF grant round.

Please register on the ACPSEM website and a webinar invite will be emailed to you.


Time change- please see flyer for more details.

Register here: https://www.acpsem.org.au/ccms.r?pageid=6017&tenid=ACPSEM&NavCMD=Nextpage|2&K1=&F1=&F2=&F3=&F4=&F5=&F6=Search&F7=&F8=&F9=Search&F10=&M1=&Y1=&W1=&SearchLast=0&SearchCmd=&ROXY=0x0000000000249005

Branch Committee Members for 2020

Branch ChairMikey Bernardo1 year
Branch Vice-ChairEmma Whittle2 years
Branch Records OfficerEmma Spelleken2 years
Branch Finance OfficerVacantDuties to be fulfilled by Vice-Chair in 2020.
General Committee MemberIan Smith2 years
General Committee MemberKirstie Caravani2 years
General Committee MemberChris Noble1 year

Thank you to all those who have expressed interest in becoming a Branch Committee member.

If you are keen to contribute, we will be calling for Participants to assist with certain activities.

Looking forward to an exciting and eventful 2020 in the ACPSEM QLD branch.

Hidden Pieces: The Large Hadron Collider and our dark universe by Dr Steven Goldfarb

Date And Time

Tue., 19 November 2019

5:30 pm – 7:00 pm AEST


GP P Block 512 (P512)

QUT – Gardens Point

P Block, Room 512

Brisbane city, QLD 4000

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People have been fascinated by scientific discovery since ancient times. Today, for the first time ever, we can discover and analyse phenomena that we can neither see nor feel directly. In this fascinating presentation Dr Steven Goldfarb will talk about dark matter, antimatter, and dark energy. He will go into extra dimensions and will look into the 95% of the Universe that we still know nothing about.

Dr. Steven Goldfarb is a particle physicist working on the ATLAS Experiment at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics. He received his PhD from the University of Michigan in 1991, for research carried out on the L3 experiment on CERN’s Large Electron Positron collider, and began his current participation on the Large Hadron Collider in 1998. He served as ATLAS Muon Software Coordinator and participated in preliminary studies of the Higgs boson search.  Most recently, Dr. Goldfarb has focused effort on the challenges of large-scale science communication. He served as ATLAS Outreach Coordinator, overseeing worldwide communication of the Higgs boson discovery in 2012, and launching the award-winning ATLAS Virtual Visit system. Dr. Goldfarb currently chairs the International Particle Physics Outreach Group, coordinates the University of Michigan REU CERN Summer Student and Semester Abroad programs, serves on the US National Science Foundation’s QuarkNet advisory board and the American Physical Society Committee for Informing the Public. Dr. Goldfarb discussed the necessity of scientific exploration for human survival at TEDxTUM, attempted to answer how humans measure what we cannot see at TEDxOporto, and played the role of a purple worm in the production of a TED Ed animation, in which he and his friend Dave (try to) explain how the Higgs boson gives particles mass. He also fronts the popular Geneva-based Canettes Blues Band.

Please register for attendance at:


PRIMPS 29 and AGM!

Please save the date for the Annual Branch Meeting followed by PRIMPs 29.

Date: Tuesday, 10th December 2019

13:00–14:00 ACPSEM QLD Annual Branch Meeting

14:00–16:30 PRIMPs 29

Place: Seminar Room 1, RBWH Education Centre

If you wish to present, please email Chris Noble: Christopher.Noble@health.qld.gov.au

Please note that the committee has decided to not make this a themed event. Feel free to share your EPSM presentation or any site updates.

Further information and the registration link will be circulated closer to the date.

PRIMPS 10 year anniversary

Don’t forget to register for PRIMPS 10 year anniversary (river views included!)

Link: https://www.acpsem.org.au/…/e…/10-year-anniversary-of-primps

Details are as follows: 
Venue: Moda Portside Events, Hamilton. 
When: 12th of October, 6:30pm til late.
What: 3 course meal, 4 hour drink package and entertainment included.
Dress code: Cocktail attire. 
Cost: $60 pp + GST (partners welcome!)

Dance the night away as we reminisce on the last 10 years of PRIMPs.
Thank you for your support over the last 10 years.

Thank you to our sponsors of the event:

Varian Medical Systems
Volpara Solutions

10 years of PRIMPS!

Hello ACPSEMQ members, 
You are invited join the ACPSEM QLD branch on the 12th of October for a night of celebration for the 10 year anniversary of PRIMPS (Progress and Research in Medical Physics Series). PRIMPS is a regular informal ACPSEM QLD event that allows all ACPSEM members to present work to a group of their peers.
The night is inclusive of a 3 course meal, 4 hour drinks package and entertainment.

Register here: https://www.acpsem.org.au/events/event/10-year-anniversary-of-primps

Details are as follows: 

  • Venue: Moda Portside Events, Hamilton.
  • When: 12th of October, 7pm til late.
  • What: 3 course meal, 4 hour drink package and entertainment included.
  • Dress code: Cocktail attire.
  • Cost: $60 pp (partners welcome!)

Dance the night away as we reminisce on the last 10 years of PRIMPs.
Thank you for your support over the last 10 years.

Thank you to our sponsors of the event: 

  • Varian Medical Systems
  • Hologic
  • Elekta
  • Canon
  • Volpara Solutions

If you have any questions let me know, can’t wait to see you all there ! 
Emma Whittle

Branch Committee member ACPSEM QLD