Development of Multi-Photon Time-Space Correlated Imaging Method

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Kenji Shimazoe
Graduate School of Engineering
Project Associate Professor
Aiming for multi-nuclide and molecular interaction imaging, a new time-space correlated imaging method is proposed and developed utilizing cascade multi-photons.
This new method will realize a new molecular imaging method, which is not realized by conventional PET (Positron Emission Tomography) and SPECT (Single Photon Emission CT).
A new imaging method based on time-space correlations
Gamma-ray imaging detectors under development

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Uenomachi, Mizuki, et al. NIMA (2018).


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