EXPERT3D: Medical Image Post Processing 3D Printing and Artificial Intelligence


Advances in the fields of 3D image-prints, virtual technologies and artificial intelligence promise improvements to healthcare. EXPERT3D offers an innovative training programme to give health-related professionals the theoretical and practical knowledge they need to use disruptive new imaging technologies for diagnosis.

The EXPERT3D course will enable professionals to perform post-processing of the radiological image for healthcare and research – employing advances like 3D image-prints, virtual technologies and artificial intelligence. These technologies have fostered the merger of engineering and medicine, creating a demand for professionals who can unite the two disciplines.

Registration are now closed.

What you get

Curriculum details

Module 1: Introduction: present and future of medical image applications
Overview of medical image innovation, 3D Printing and AI in healthcare applications with practical examples in surgery and research

Module 2: Anatomy and image techniques
Review of modern techniques related to anatomy and image techniques.

Module 3: Image post-processing, 3D printing and Bio-Printing
Practical sessions on 3D tools, techniques, printing materials and visit to a local print Fab-farm

Module 4: From image to AI and research
Dedicated to image analysis, potential applications for research, AI techniques and machine learning.

Module 5: Quantitative imaging and radiomics
Impact and applications of radiomics and imaging biomarkers in medicine.

Key details


  • Online


  • Barcelona Edition: Tuition Fee: €1,100 (Two 50% scholarships available; 20% discount for active members of SERAM)
  • Naples Edition: Tuition Fee: €600 (Two 50% scholarships available)
  • Heidelberg, Riga, Coimbra Edition: Tuition Fee: €1,100 (Three 50% scholarships available)

Key dates:

  • Barcelona Edition: 4 October-28 November, online practical classes: 8-12 November
  • Naples Edition: 4 October-28 November, online practical class: 18 November
  • Heidelberg, Riga, Coimbra Edition: 18 October–12 December, online practical classes: 22-26 November


Who should apply

This programme is open to physicians, but also bioengineers, computer scientists, senior technicians in diagnostics imaging and other medical specialists. Given the range of specialties involved, learners will not be required to have prior computer programming knowledge, though those with that knowledge will be guided to understand the basics of 3D imaging and to develop AI algorithms for image processing.

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Partners and sponsors

External Partners:

  • Fundació CIM
  • Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
  • Philips Iberica