Contact Person: Assistant Professor George Loudos
The Medical Instrumentation Laboratory was established in 2008 at the Department of Biomedical Engineering of TEI Athens. It is activated in the field of Molecular Imaging and Instrumentation with emphasis in Nuclear Medicine technologies and applications. Its main directions are:
a) Construction of dedicated imaging systems, including signal readout and amplification from photosensors (SiPMs, PMTs), signal digitization using ACDs/FPGAs and data transfer to PC or other receivers.
b) Small animal imaging using a SPECT/PET/CT prototype, which was developed during an ARISTEIA ΙΙ project.
c) Research in nanomedicine and hyperthermia, for the in vivo imaging of magnetic and other types of nanoparticles.
d) Monte Carlo simulations with emphasis in optimization of SPECT/PET imaging systems and dosimetry studies, using computational anthropomorphic phantoms.
Until now the laboratory has attracted 3.5Μ€ from national and european projects.
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|Dr. Maria Georgiouemail@example.com|
|Dr. Eleftherios Fysikopoulosfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Panagiotis Papadimitroulasemail@example.com|
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- A sub-sampling approach for data acquisition in gamma ray emission tomography, E Fysikopoulos, Y Kopsinis, M Georgiou and G Loudos, accepted for publication in Trans. Nuc. Sci. 2016.
- Innovations in small-animal PET/MRI instrumentation. Charalampos Tsoumpas, Dimitris Visvikis, George Loudos, PET Clinics, Volume 11, Issue 2, 1 April 2016, Pages 105-118.
- Evaluation of a SiPM Array Coupled to a Gd3Al2Ga3O12:Ce (gGaGG:Ce) discrete scintillator, S. David, M. Georgiou, E. Fysikopoulos, G. Loudos, Physica Medica, Available online 4 April 2015.
- First performance tests of a digital photon counter (DPC) array coupled to a CsI(Tl) crystal matrix for potential use in SPECT, Maria Georgiou, Giacomo Borghi, Spiridon V. Spirou, George Loudos and Dennis R Schaart, Phys. Med. Biol. 59 (2014) 2415-2430.
- A comparison study on imaging performance of ArraySL-4 and SPMArray4 silicon photomultipliers coupled to BGO and CsI:Na arrays, S. David, M. Georgiou, E. Fysikopoulos, N. Belcari and G. Loudos, accepted for publication in JINST, 2014.
- Low cost FPGA based data acquisition system for a gamma imaging probe, E. Fysikopoulos, M. Georgiou, G. Loudos and G. Matsopoulos, Journal of Instrumentation, Volume 8, Issue 11, November 2013.
- A Spartan 6 FPGA Based Data Acquisition System for Dedicated Imagers in Nuclear Medicine, E Fysikopoulos, G Loudos, M Georgiou, S David and G. Matsopoulos, Meas. Sci. Technol. 23 (2012) 125403 (5pp).
- Optimization of a gamma imaging probe for axillary sentinel lymph mapping, Georgiou Maria, Loudos George, David Stratos, Papadimitroulas Panagiotis, Liakou Paraskevi, Georgoulias Panagiotis, Journal of Instrumentation 7 (9) , art. no. P09010.
- Comparison of three Resistor Network Division Circuits for the readout of 4×4 Pixel SiPM Arrays, S. David, M. Georgiou, M. Fysikopoulos, G. Loudos, accepted for publication in Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, 2012.
- “A Spartan 3E based low-cost system for gamma-ray detection in small SPECT or PET systems”, Fisikopoulos Eleftherios, Georgiou Maria, Efthimiou Nikos, David Stratos, Loudos George, and Matsopoulos George, Meas. Sci. Technol. 22(2011) 114002 (7pp).
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