RAPTOR Consortium

Project Researchers

ESR 1: Smolders Andreas Johan

Dose accumulation and uncertainty estimation

Center of Proton Therapy (CPT) at Paul Scherrer Institute – PSI, Switzerland.

ESR 2: Luciano Rivetti

Automated segmentation and contour propagation

Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the University of Ljubljana (UL), Slovenia.

ESR 3: Francesco Russo

Improvement of the quality of CBCT images

MedPhoton, Austria.

ESR 4: Arthur Galapon

Advanced use of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Adaptive Intensity Modulated Proton Therapy

Cancer Research Center Groningen (CRCG) Research Institute of the University Medical Center Groningen – UMCG, Netherlands.

ESR 5: Anestis Nakas

4D MR Imaging and motion modelling techniques for adaptive proton therapy

Politecnico di Milano, Italy.

ESR 6: Zihang Qiu

Optimizing the Plan of the Day

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

ESR 7: Nadine Vatterodt

Robust optimization for anatomical variations

Aarhus University, Denmark.

ESR 8: Cosimo Galeone

Real-time 4D-dose calculation to assess the efficacy of motion mitigation strategies

GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung in Darmstadt, Germany.

ESR 9: Sergei Diuzhenko

Automated and fast machine and delivery log-file based QA

Cosylab, Slovenia.

ESR 10: Choulilitsa Evangelia

Plan approval for daily plan adaptation

Center of Proton Therapy (CPT) at the Paul Scherrer Institute – PSI, Switzerland.

ESR 11: Suryakant Kaushik

Robust optimization considering uncertainties in the frame of proton adaptive radiation therapy

Raysearch, Sweden.

ESR 12: Jacob Brunner

Development of an end-to-end test workflow for all RAPTOR real-time adaptive PT components

Department of Radiation Oncology at the Medical University of Vienna – MedUniVienna, Austria.

ESR 13: Stefanie Bertschi

Towards automated prompt-gamma treatment verification: Identification and classification of clinically relevant deviations

OncoRay – National Center for Radiation in Oncology, Germany

ESR 14: Beatrice Foglia

Dose quantification from PG imaging for adaptive planning

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität – LMU, Germany.

ESR 15: Giuliano Perotti Bernardini

Proton Radiography for real-time Intensity Modulated Proton Therapy plan adaptation

Cancer Research Center Groningen (CRCG) Research Institute of the UMCG, Netherlands.