Welcome to the Research Group Biomedical Imaging Physics
We develop novel X-ray imaging methods using highly brilliant synchrotron radiation and conventional laboratory X-ray sources. We mainly focus on quantitative multi-modal approaches combining spectral and phase-contrast imaging. Currently, we are aiming at applying these methods for improved breast cancer detection and for quantitative 3D virtual histology of human tissue.
Most recent publications:
- Optimization of tube voltage in X-ray dark-field chest radiography. Scientific Reports 9 (1), 2019 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Contrast-to-noise ratios and thickness-normalized, ventilation-dependent signal levels in dark-field and conventional in vivo thorax radiographs of two pigs. PLOS ONE 14 (6), 2019, e0217858 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Quality and parameter control of X-ray absorption gratings by angular X-ray transmission. Optics Express 27 (11), 2019, 15943 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Paleometry as a key tool to deal with paleobiological and astrobiological issues: some contributions and reflections on the Brazilian fossil record. International Journal of Astrobiology, 2019, 1-15 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Signal-to-thickness calibration and pixel-wise interpolation for beam-hardening artefact reduction in microCT. EPL (Europhysics Letters) 125 (3), 2019, 38003 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )