Matteo Maspero is a human being born in Como (Italy) a in 1989. After attending the “Liceo Scientifico E. Fermi” in Cantu (Italy), he studied Physics at the “Universita degli Studi dell’Insubria” in Como (Italy) graduating - cum laude - in March 2014. During that years, he gained interested in experimental Physics, with a predilection for particle detectors. Following such an interest, he had the opportunity to participate in developing of a detector for spectral measurements of neutrons produced by an in-hospital linear accelerator. Feeling the need of broadening his horizons, he decided to step in the more "mainstream" field of medical imaging, where, by chance, detectors are somehow involved. Since May 2014 he was enrolled as PhD candidate at the Radiotherapy Department of the Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht (The Netherlands). In Utrecht, he had the luck to discover the beauty of magnetic resonance imaging in the practical realm of radiotherapy defending a thesis titled "MR-only radiotherapy of prostate cancer". He is currently deciding what will come next . . .