19th South-East Asian Congress of Medical Physics (SEACOMP)
13th Annual Meeting of Thai Medical Physicist Society (TMPS)
14th Annual ASEAN College Of Medical Physics (ACOMP)
"Medical Physics- Facing the Future Together"
Welcome Message from Thai Medical Physicist Society
On behalf of Thai Medical Physicist Society and the local organizing committee, it is our great honor to organize the 19th South-East Asian Congress of Medical Physics, the 13th Annual Congress of Thai Medical Physicist Society and the 14th Annual ASEAN College Of Medical Physics on Phuket island, one of the well-recognized paradise destinations for Thai and world visitors located in the south of Thailand in the Andaman sea. Even with the globally affected Covid 19 pandemic from the late 2019, the management of COVID-19 in Thailand was expertly handled, leading to a span of zero infected case for over 6 months in 2020. The 20th AOCMP, 18th SEACOMP, 120th Congress of JSMP had been successfully organized on December 3-5, 2020 via hybrid conferences, both on-site & online at Duangjitt Resort and Spa, Phuket, Thailand. As a result, we were unanimously voted to host the 19th SEACOMP in Phuket again in 2021. With its missions, SEACOMP needs to be continued on a regular basis. We are pleased to extend our warm welcome to the 19th South-East Asian Congress on Medical Physics held on October 21-23, 2021 at Duangjitt Resort & Spa, Phuket, Thailand.
The Scientific and Commercial Exhibition Committee are prepared for the highest level of scientific and educational quality through lectures, symposia, workshops, proffered papers, printed and online materials together with the radiological and medical physics products of advanced technologies from every corner of the world, displayed at the spacious yet elegant traditional Thai style convention hall, both on-site and online. The conference will be composed of a welcome reception, lunch symposium, scientific and exhibition sessions along with social activities.
Welcome to Phuket Island and we hope you will enjoy your time throughout your visit on October 21-23, 2021 in Thailand.
Anchali Krisanachinda, Ph.D.
May 2, 2021
Message from President of SEAFOMP
Dear SEAFOMP colleagues,
Although the Covid-19 pandemic is still evolving globally and remains a public health emergency of international concern. The Southeast Asian Federation of Medical Physics (SEAFOMP) will hold the Southeast Asian Congress of Medical Physics (SEACOMP) 2021 as annual conference in Phuket, Thailand. As President of SEAFOMP, I would like to thank Prof Anchali Krisanachinda and Thai Medical Physicists Society (TMPS) for helping to organize this conference. Many of you who participated in last year’s virtual conference indicated that you would like to see the conference offered in a virtual format in the future. In 2021 We are excited to be able to offer the SEACOMP both in-person and virtually to allow more members the opportunity to participate in the great program that we have planned for this year.
This year’s conference takes a theme: Medical Physic – Facing the Future Together and includes topics related to medical physics. In addition to the scientific event, the Committee will induct Asian College of Medical Physics (ACOMP) on this conference. Additionally, the Honours and Awards Committee will recognize the SEAFOMP Young Leaders award.
We are looking forward to our conference. I hope to see you either in-person or virtually on SEACOMP 2021, Phuket – Thailand.
Congratulatory Message from ACOMP
I like to congratulate the Thai medical physics community led by Dr. Anchali Krisanachinda in organising this congress during this extremely difficult time. I wish them all the best in their preparations and endeavors.The theme ‘Facing the future together’ is most appropriate as we need to work together to restore the well-being in every dimension of humanity.
ACOMP will be organising the 14th workshop on ‘Getting started with artificial intelligence in medicine’, as we believe AI will become the driving force in research and applications that will enhance our life. AI is already propeling advances in medical physics research and practice. We hope many of you will be able to participate either in person or in cyberspace.
“To achieve more, we should imagine together and change.”
Kwan Hoong Ng, PhD, DABMP, FIOMP, FIUPESM
Director, ASEAN College Of Medical Physics