University of Patras in cooperation with BET, gained access in the Greek HPC system named ARIS (https://hpc.grnet.gr). The MC-CANCEL project was awarded 100,000 core hours (6 months), to apply a set of MC simulations for the creation of a pediatric dosimetry database under project ERROR.
George C. Kagadis, PhD, is Associate Professor of Medical Physics & Medical Informatics at University of Patras, Greece. He received his Diploma in Physics from the University of Athens, Greece in 1996 and both his MSc and PhD in medical physics from the University of Patras, Greece in 1998 and 2002, respectively. He is a Greek State Scholarship Foundation grantee, a Fulbright Research Scholar, and a Full AAPM member. From January 8, 2014 to July 14, 2015 he has been a visiting Assistant Professor to UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, where he currently holds an Adjunct Associate Professor appointment. He has authored approximately 100 journal papers and presented over 50 talks. He has been involved in European and national projects, including e-health. His current research interests focus on medical image processing and analysis, radiation dose estimation from radiological studies, simulations, studies in molecular imaging, IHE as well as CAD applications. Currently, he is an associate editor to Medical Physics, AAPM Website editor, chair of the AAPM Website editorial board, chair of the European Affairs Subcommittee, member of the AAPM Molecular Imaging in Radiation Oncology Work Group, Electronic Media Coordinating, Equipment Donation Subcommittee, History, International Affairs, International Scientific Exchange Subcommittee, Newsletter Editorial Board, Online Learning Services Subcommittee, Placement Service Subcommittee, Advertising Revenue and Policy, and Work Group on Information Technology. He also serves as Associate Editor to the European Journal of Medical Physics.