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Our group is exploring physical phenomena occurring at and between various spatial and time scales in radiotherapy imaging and treatment of cancer. Spatial domain: nm (high-Z nanoparticles, detector nanostructures), mm (cells, detector microstructures, micro-beams), mm (voxels), cm (patient anatomy). Time domain: ps-ns (fast particles, free radicals), mm-ms (linac pulses, slow charge carriers), s (treatment). This is summarized by the term “mesoscopic medical physics”. This research spans over two related areas:

We are also active in application of applied mathematics and experimental physics to practical problems in radiotherapy patient setup, treatment optimization, quality assurance (QA) of treatment delivery and equipment operation:

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