Research Unit

Radiation Physics research group

18 January 1996 → Ongoing
Group leader
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Research disciplines
  • Natural sciences
    • Image processing
    • Applied aspects of nuclear physics
    • Applied and interdisciplinary physics
    • Computational physics
    • Other physical sciences not elsewhere classified
    • Spectroscopic methods
  • Engineering and technology
    • Data visualisation and imaging
The Radiation Physics research group, headed by prof. L. Van Hoorebeke and prof. M. Boone, performs research on high resolution X-ray tomography. This includes the study of the physical processes that govern the imaging chain in laboratory-based systems and novel X-ray imaging instrumentation and techniques, simulation of the imaging chain, design and construction of state-of-the-art very high resolution X-ray CT-systems for scientific research, development of tomographic reconstruction methodologies (including iterative reconstruction techniques and GPU-based code) and 3D image analysis methods. The group is embedded in the Centre for X-ray tomography of the UGent (UGCT,