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Seminar "Medical Physics", Summer Semester 2022

DKFZ, Division of Medical Physics in Radiation Oncology (E040)
Im Neuenheimer Feld 223 (Radiologisches Entwicklungszentrum, REZ), F.02.082 + Virtual Zoom Seminar Room, Wednesdays 2pm (s.t.)
Registration for non-DKFZ (e.g., University) participants: Please send an e-mail to


The seminar is planned to start on 20th of April 2022. Speakers / Titles will be anounced here and by e-mail!
One credit point upon request, no grade

  • Extracurricular Seminar on March 9 2022: Prof. Karol Lang (UC Texas Austin, USA)
    From anti-neutrinos to anti-electrons: PET research at the University of Texas at Austin

  • May 4 2022
    Dr. Stefan Bartzsch (Technische Unviversität München)
    Microbeam Therapy

  • May 11 2022
    No seminar!

  • May 18 2022

  • May 25 2022 (onsite + online):
    Prof. Mischa Hoogeman (Erasmus MC / TU Delft, Netherlands)
    Time flies with proton therapy

  • June 1 2022 (online only):
    Prof. Xun Jia (UT Southwestern, USA)
    High-performance microscopic Monte Carlo simulation for radiotherapy

  • June 8 2022 (online only):
    Charlot Vandevoorde, PhD (NRF iThemba LABS, Cape Town, ZA)
    Radiobiology research on radiosensitizers in proton therapy at NRF-iThemba LABS: A focus on gold nanoparticles

  • June 15 2022 (online only):
    Asst. Prof. Dr. Thiansin Liamsuwan (Princess Srisavangavadhana College of Medicine, Thailand)
    Medical physics research at Princess Srisavangavadhana College of Medicine (PSCM)

  • June 22 2022
    has been cancelled!

  • June 29 2022
    Dr. Aleksandra Wronska (Institute of Physics of the Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland)
    Prompt-gamma radiation in proton therapy - activities of the SiFi-CC collaboration

  • July 6 2022
    Emanuele Scifoni, PhD (Trento Institute for Fundamental Physics and Applications, Italy)
    Modeling investigations of the FLASH effect on multiple spatio-temporal scales

  • July 13 2022 (onsite + online):
    Dr. Elke Beyreuther (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)
    Ultra-high dose rate radiobiology at the "Dresden platform for high dose-rate radiobiology"

  • July 20 2022 (online):
    Prof. Guillaume Landry & Dr. George Dedes (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
    Monte Carlo simulation of a proton computed tomography scanner to optimize fluence modulated imaging (G. Landry)
    Proton computed tomography: potential and challenges (G. Dedes)

  • July 27 2022 (online):
    Prof. Nikos Paragios (CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay)
    Artificial Intelligence Era: Do we still "need" Medical Doctors and Physicists in Radiation Therapy?

  • Rescheduled Extracurricular Seminar on September 7, 2022: Prof. Antony J. Lomax (PSI, Switzerland)
    Pencil Beam Scanning – past, present and future.


Hosts: Prof. Dr. Oliver Jäkel, Prof. Dr. Joao Seco, Jeannette Jansen, Dr. Niklas Wahl, Prof. Dr. Mark E. Ladd

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