The Institute of Engineering Physics for Biomedicine of the National Research Nuclear University (PhysBio MEPhI) announces the VII International Symposium and School for young scientists and students organized in collaboration with the research centers of the Russian Academy of Sciences, of the Russian Ministry of Health, the State Atomic Energy Corporation and partner universities in Russia and abroad.

The Symposium aims at bringing together the leading researchers, high level engineers and experts in biophysics, bio-photonics, nuclear and nano-medicine to present their recent achievements and to take part in the following discussions.

The School for young scientists, scheduled within the Symposium, is addressed to students, young researchers and specialists whose activities are related to the life sciences and medicine.

The Symposium and School provide an opportunity to obtain knowledge in the latest advances in biomedicine, to exchange ideas and to establish professional contacts all over the world. Invited, Oral and Poster presentations are planned within the event.



  • Nanomaterials for biomedical applications
  • Bio-photonics for diagnosis and therapy
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Bioprinting
  • Plasma and laser technologies for biomedicine
  • IT and artificial intelligence in medicine
  • Advanced approaches in MRI and PET
  • Radiotherapy
  • Novel contrast agents for radiation treatment of tumor
  • Engineering in translational medicine



  Valery V. Tuchin,
  Dr.Sc., Professor
  Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences
  Member of SPIE, OPTICA and IEEE

  Science Medical Center, Saratov State University, Russia
  Lab. of Laser Molecular Imaging and Machine Learning,
  Tomsk State University, Russia
  А.N. Bach Institute of Biochemistry, RC «Biotechnology of RAS»,  
  Moscow, Russia

  Prof. at: HUST, Tianjin Universities (China),
  University of Limerick   (Ireland), National University of Ireland.
  Honored Prof. at SSU (Finland, FiDiPro).

Research and educational scope: biophotonics and nanobiophotonics,
tissue optics and optical clearing, laser medicine.

Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation for outstanding input in the development of biophotonics and biomedical optics, SPIE educational award (2007), Chime Bell award of Hubei province (China), Joseph Goodman (OPTICA/SPIE) for Outstanding Monograph (2015), Michael Feld (OPTICA) for Pioneering Research in Biophotonics (2019), Medal of the D.S. Rozhdestvensky Optical Society (2018) and the A.M. Prokhorov medal of the Academy of Engineering Sciences named after A.M. Prokhorov (2021).



The Symposium and School are held in-person (with the option of remote connection).
Venue: Learning and laboratory building MEPhI, Moscow, Kashirskoye shosse, 64 
The official language is English.
Registration is free of charge.

The link for video streem and on-line contributions will be provided to the registered participants.
Registration and abstract deadline is November 14, 2022.

Abstracts (according to the Template on the site) and questions to organizers can be addressed to

The 7th International Symposium and School for Young Scientists on “Physics, Engineering and Technologies for Biomedicine”.
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