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Internships, bachelor & master thesis projects


Our research group Functional & Molecular Emission Computed Tomography in the division of Medical Physics in Radiology (Prof. Mark Ladd) at DKFZ Heidelberg has available Internships, Bachelor & Master Thesis Projects in multimodal nuclear medicine imaging (PET, PET-CT, PET-MRI) and synchromodal optical imaging (FMI/FMT/BLI/BLT-CT/MRI/PET/SPECT/US) research!

Available topic areas (selection)

  • Physics: imaging detector science, instrumentation design, construction, experimental investigation
  • Physics, informatics, mathematics: 3D plenoptic cameras, computational imaging, design, construction, experimentation
  • Physics, informatics, mathematics: eV & keV particle simulation, eV rendering, diagnostic & therapy applications
  • Physics, informatics, mathematics: tomographic image reconstruction, inverse problem solving, synergistic approaches, artificial intelligence, machine learning
  • Physics, biotechnology: simulation and modelling, tumor growth modelling, anthropomorphic phantoms, multiparametric imaging strategies, pharmacokinetic modelling
  • Physics, biotechnology: emerging applications, nanoparticles for imaging & therapy, novel imaging methods, neural networks, etc.

To discuss particular topics that might interest you most please contact: Dr. Jörg Peter, 06221 42-2607,


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