Image guided adaptive radiotherapy:

real-time tumor motion monitoring and deformable image registration

by

Hugo Furtado

Medical University of Vienna

7 March 2017, 15h00, ISR Meeting Room

Hugo Furtado graduated with an MSC in Electrical Engineering at the Instituto Superior Tecnico – Technical University of Lisbon in 1999 and completed his PhD at the Josef Stefan International Postgraduate School in Ljubljana in 2010 as part of the Marie Curie EC project ARIS*ER – Augmented Reality in Surgery. Before that, he worked in the industry as an IT consultant and as a test engineer at CERN, Switzerland designing hard- and software for production testing of radiation tolerant ASICs. His current research interests are in medical image processing with special focus on applications to radiotherapy. He is currently a post-doc researcher at the Medical University of Vienna working on real-time tumor motion monitoring and deformable image registration.

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