TaSeRnet project – Save the date!

In January 2024 a European project started called TaSeRnet: Towards a Sustainable RTT network. The primary objective of this project is to harmonize the proton planning and delivery practices of RTTs and dosimetrist across Europe, ensuring that all cancer patients throughout Europe receive optimal proton therapy treatment. Collaborating partners include Inholland University Holland, Holland Proton Therapy Center, Aarhus University, Wielkopolskie Centrum Onkologii, Technische Universität Dresden and EPTN from ESTRO as an associated partner.

Practical information


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Huismansingel 4, 2629 JH, Delft

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What’s in it for you?

Explore a different dimension of your expertise beyond daily routines by participating in the workshop! Engage with fellow professionals in the European proton therapy community and participate in group discussions aimed at defining optimal workflow practices for the roles of RTTs and dosimetrists. It’s an opportunity to network and exchange insights with peers across Europe.

Excited to join? Go to the registration form and register to the workshop!

We kindly ask you to only book your flight/accommodation when you’ve received confirmation of your participation by email.

We are still working on the exact program of the workshop. For more information or questions please feel free to contact HollandPTC at tasernet@hollandptc.nl

When and where is this happening?

On behalf of the TaSeRnet project it is our pleasure to invite you to participate in a workshop to be held at the Holland Proton Therapy Center in Delft, The Netherlands, on Friday 31st of May and Saturday 1st of June 2024. The program will start at 1pm CET and will end on Saturday 16pm CET. Please note that online participation is not available.

Information about event

As part of the project, a workshop tailored specifically for RTTs and dosimetrist will be arranged. The aim is to establish a network and facilitate the exchange of ideas regarding best practices of predefined workflow steps. A more detailed description about the event will follow shortly.


The workshop is organized within the “Towards a Sustainable RTT network” (Tasernet) project financed by European Union,  with grant agreement number 2023-1-NL01-KA220-HED-000158704

Special thanks to our partners: