In a significant step towards broader dissemination, the PrimoGAIA Project recently hosted its final public conference. The event aimed to make the project accessible to non-specialists and share its remarkable achievements in the field of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
Opening the Doors to All
Presented by Philippe Massot (scientific coordinator, CNRS), the conference was designed to provide a comprehensive overview and history of the PrimoGAIA Project, allowing non-specialists to grasp the significance of the research and its real-world potential applications.
The second part of the conference was dedicated to the presentation of the project’s consortium. The partners took the opportunity to present their activities and contributions to the project, shedding light on their valuable roles in driving the PrimoGAIA Project’s success.
- Stellar srl (Italy) and Pure Devices (Germany) presented their capabilities in building modular and adaptable instrumetation for MRI purposes.
- The academic partners, including the University of Turin, Aix Marseille University, and the University of Mons, provided an insightful overview of their research findings related to contrast agents.
- Additionally, CNRS showcased its pioneering ultra-low field imaging experiments conducted during the final project phase, unveiling promising results that hold the potential to revolutionize the field.
This event served as an opportunity for partners to not only demonstrate their work but also to engage in discussions and foster collaborations.
The final public conference saw a turnout of 40 attendees, comprising individuals from various laboratories, institutions, and companies.