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Keywords: Optical Dosimetry
BReP-SNAP-M-87Imaging Dose in Breast Radiotherapy by X-Ray CT Calibration of Cherenkov Light
R Hachadorian1*, P Bruza1, M Jermyn1,2, D Gladstone1,3, L Jarvis3, B Pogue1,2,3, (1) Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, (2) DoseOptics LLC, Lebanon, NH, AF, (3) Dartmouth-Hitchcock Med. Ctr., Lebanon, NH
BReP-SNAP-T-119Real Time Plan Verification of Radiotherapy Treatment Plans Using Couch and Gantry Mounted Cameras
M Ashraf1*, P Bruza1, B Pogue1, D Gladstone1,2, B Williams1,2, (1) Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, (2) Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
PO-GeP-M-183Efficient Acquisition of MR-Linac Commissioning Data Using Cherenkov Projection Imaging
D Alexander1*, R Zhang2,3, P Bruza1, B Pogue1,2,3, D Gladstone1,2,3, (1) Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, (2) Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, (3) Norris Cotton Cancer Center, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
PO-GeP-M-383Skin Dose Comparison Between a 1.5 T MR-Linac and a Conventional Linac Using Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dosimeters for Patients with Intracranial Tumors
A Kim1*, C Mccann1, M Ruschin1, C Tseng2, A Sahgal2, B Keller1, (1) Sunnybrook Odette Cancer Centre, Department of Medical Physics, Toronto, ON, CA, (2) Sunnybrook Odette Cancer Centre, Department Of Radiation Oncology
PO-GeP-T-477High Accuracy Measurement of Absorbed Dose to Water Using Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dosimeter in High-Energy Photon Beam Field
S Goto1,2*, H Hayashi1, H Yamaguchi2, M Shimizu2, R Akino3, H Sekiguchi3, (1) College Of Medical, Pharmaceutical And Health Sciences, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Japan, (2) National Institute Of Advanced Industrial Science And Technology, Japan, (3) Nagase-Landauer, Ltd.
PO-GeP-T-612Optical Calorimetry for Radiation Dosimetry
J Roberts1*, J Meyer2, S Marsh3, A Moggre4, (1) University of Canterbury, Christchurch, CAN, NZ, (2) University of Washington, Seattle, WA, (3) University of Canterbury, Christchurch, CAN, NZ, (4) Canterbury District Health Board, Christchurch, CAN, NZ
PO-GeP-T-697Real-Time In-Vivo Dose Tracking for Scalp Cutaneous Lymphoma Treated with Electron: First Time Application of E-PSD for Patient Dose Tracking
Z Xu1*, C Langmack1, A Bhatt1,2, T Baig1, B Traughber1,2, E Harris1,2, T Podder1,2, (1) University Hospital Seidman Cancer Center, Cleveland, OH,(2) Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
PO-GeP-T-738Step-Size Dependence of Monte Carlo Simulations for Cherenkov Emission (CE)-Based Dosimetry Calculations
Y Zlateva1*, B Muir2, I El Naqa3, J Seuntjens4, (1) Duke University, Durham, NC, (2) National Research Council, Ottawa, ON, (3) University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, (4) McGill University, Montreal, QC
SU-F-TRACK 1-5Determination of in Vivo Tissue Optical Properties for Anal PDT
A Li*, Y Ong, T Busch, TC Zhu, University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
SU-F-TRACK 3-8Towards High-Sensitivity Multi-Point Fiber Bragg Gratings Dosimeter for Radiotherapy
M Lebel-Cormier1,2,3*, T Boilard1,4, M Bernier1,4, L Beaulieu1,2,3, (1) Laval University, Quebec, QC,CA (2) Centre de recherche sur le cancer, Universite Laval, QC, CA, (3) CHU de Quebec - Laval University and CRCHU de Quebec, QC, CA, (4) Center for Optics, Photonics, and Lasers (COPL), QC, CA