Radiotherapy Dosimetry and QA Workshop at ICMP/ALFIM 2019

Update your knowledge and skills in patient plan verification of advanced treatment techniques. Learn more about different plan verification methods and clinically relevant dose evaluation tools. Gain a broader understanding of detector physics and how to choose the best detector for your specific dosimetry needs.

If you are planning to attend the upcoming ICMP/ALFIM congress, come join us for this informative, practical workshop. Don’t forget to stop by our booth as well, where a team of dedicated PTW experts will be ready on-hand to answer your questions, share their knowledge and provide more detailed information on our latest dosimetry and QA solutions.

Workshop Program

Independent Patient Plan Verification of Advanced Treatment Techniques

  • Introduction to phantom-based and calculation-based patient QA
  • PTW OCTAVIUS patient QA system
  • Dose calculation algorithms of OCTAVIUS 4D and DVH 4D
  • Gamma passing rates and their dependence on  different gamma criteria
  • Practical implications of using different PTW 2D detector arrays for patient QA
  • Presentation of DIAMOND and VeriSoft softwares

 

Presenters: Camilo Beltrán, Boris Martínez, Jan Würfel
Time:  9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

 

Detector Physics for Modern LINAC Modalities

  • Basic detector properties and their impact on dose measurement
  • Presentation of different commercially available detector types with focus on small fields and FFF linacs
  • Correction factors for small fields
  • FFF linacs
  • Dose rate dependence and practical implications
  • Background knowledge on electrometers

 

Presenter: Jan Würfel
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m

More Information

  • Date: 10. September 2019
  • Time: 9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • Location: Aconcagua Hall, Hotel Intercontinental, Santiaga, Chile
  • Participants: max. 50, no registration necessary
  • Language: English
  • Course fee: Free
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