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Application and development of 3D chemical dosimetry using gel matrix for heavy ion beam by Dr. Takuya Maeyama (RNC)
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Dec. 22nd,2015 13:30- at NISHINA hall
Dr. Takuya Maeyama (Accelerator Group, RNC)
Application and development of 3D chemical dosimetry using gel matrix for heavy ion beam
In the radiation therapy, the evaluating and adjusting of 3 D dose distributions in advance are essential for the aim of which is to avoid unnecessary damage to healthy tissue and to concentrate the dose on only tumor target. The 3 D dosimeter is necessary to verify a treatment plan exactly. We have developed new type chemical 3 D dosimeter prepared by mixing aqueous chemical dosimeter and gel matrix, which is able to measure the heavy ion beam dose distribution. We present recent results and application of 3-D gel dosimeter in the radiation therapy.