April 8th
April 10th
Poster Radiomics 2024
International course

Radiomics: theory and practice

The aim of this 3-day workshop is to explain what radiomics is, define best practices and teach how to use the free LIFEx software to analyze images and carry out radiomic studies.

The course will include lectures and plenty of hands-on practice, enabling participants to familiarize themselves with the many features of LIFEx software. No programming skills are required to use LIFEx.

Each participant will work on his or her own laptop, using examples from public image databases. By the end of the course, participants should have a good command of the software, enabling them to carry out radiomic studies on their own.

Note: course with registration fees, please see below.

Course in English
Registration deadline



- Know how to design a radiomic study in compliance with best practices.

- Master LIFEx software for medical image analysis.

- Know how to use LIFEx to carry out radiomic studies.

Discussion & Workshops

Round table regarding the radiomic applications of interest for the participants, and possibilities of future networking for external validation of radiomic models.

Personal Work

Active participation during the hands-on session

Practical Informations

Practical Informations

The course will be in English unless all participants are French-speaking.

However, all course materials will be in English.


Registration fees (to be paid after selection)

Academic: €1,000

Industrial: €1,500.

Coffee breaks, lunches, 1 dinner and training materials included.

Selection result
March 4th, 2024
Registration fees
Institut Curie - Bâtiment de Biologie du Développement
11 Rue Pierre et Marie Curie
75248 Paris cedex 05

Maximum Number of Participants

25 people

Number of Participants

25 participants

Selection Criteria

CVs will be analyzed to validate applications and provide the organizers with an overview of participants' profiles. Registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis. To ensure optimal supervision of hands-on, the workshop is limited to 25 participants.






Christophe NIOCHE



Irène Buvat, Institut Curie (U1288)

Fanny Orlhac, Institut Curie (U1288)

Christophe Nioche, Institut Curie (U1288)


  • Advanced Training Office - Institut Curie