Following the succesful symposium organized in 2019 in Utrecht, DKFZ organizes a new symposium on dosimetry and QA in MR guided Radiotherapy prior to the MRinRT congress. Further information can be found on MRinRTHD2021 website.
Project I has been finalised Click here for the final publishable summary.
The MR linac simulator developed by University of Manchester is now available online via the following link. The simulator allows to mimick the effect of residual geometrical and dosimetrical uncertainties on clinical dose delivery.
Reference dosimetry for MRgRT devices Primary standards for kB - Leon de Prez (VSL, Netherlands) Snap oral - Experimental)ly derived ion chamber magnetic field correction factors using a variable field on an in-line MR-linac - Jarrad Begg (South Western Sydney LHD, Australia) kB from conventional linacs - Stefan Pojtinger (PTB, Germany) kB using indirect methods – Alanine - Ilias [...]
Satellite symposium on Standards and procedures for dosimetry and QA in MRgRT Within the project “Metrology for MR guided radiotherapy” funded by the European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research, standards and procedures for dosimetry and QA in Magnetic Resonance-guided radiotherapy (MRgRT) are being developed (https://mrgrt-metrology.com/). Ongoing developments and preliminary results are presented at this [...]
New publications from Metrology for MRgRT: Generation of synthetic CT data using patient specific daily MR image data and image registration - Krauss et al.(https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6560/aa5200) Radiation dosimetry in magnetic fields with Farmer-type ionization chambers: determination of magnetic field correction factors for different magnetic field strengths and field orientations - Spindeldreyer et al. (http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1361-6560/aa7ae4) First patients treated with [...]
The metrology for MRgRT project has been selected as case study by Euramet. Case studies serve to show the impact of the EMPIR program. The published case study can be found here.
The updated publishable summary including progress can be downloaded here