Student
Directeur.e(s) de recherche
Philippe Després
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Title of the research project
Personalized dosimetry in computed tomography imaging
Description

The aim of this doctoral thesis is to develop a tool able to automatically provide organs of interest segmentation in computed tomography images using machine learning techniques.

This tool will then be used to calculate organ doses in order to establish personalized dosimetric records in medical imaging. Doses will be calculated using informations obtained from images, radiographic technique and GPU-based Monte Carlo dose calculation algorithm (GPUMCD). Automated pipelines will be implemented to process large amounts of data.

The proposed tool provides a better evaluation of population exposure to ionizing radiation caused by medical imaging procedures.

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