Webinar: Clinical experience on the independent dose distribution verification with RadCalc
Dr. Ruoxi Wang will share his experiences on performing 3D dose distribution verification based on the Monte Carlo Module in RadCalc.
Independent 3D dose check systems play an important role in the patient-specific quality assurance. In this 60-minute webinar, hosted by Medical Physics, Dr. Ruoxi Wang will share his experiences on performing 3D dose distribution verification based on RadCalc’s Monte Carlo Module. He will highlight the differences between the independent verification and measurement-based QA, explain the detailed resource deployment and commissioning process and showcase the usage in different clinical settings.
- Basic workflow of RadCalc Monte Carlo verification
- Caveats in the model calibration and benchmarks
- Experiences in the results interpretation
Wang Ruoxi, PhD (Major in Medical Physical Device Development), Medical Physicist
Department of Radiotherapy, Beijing Cancer Hospital
Dr.Wang Ruoxi received his doctorate from Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France, in 2015. He was engaged in the research and development of new dosimeters in Lyon Institute of Nanotechnology. After graduation he joined Beijing Cancer Hospital in 2017. The main research directions: Application of Monte Carlo simulation method in the field of medical physics (dose deposition calculation, dosimeter simulation), in-body dose reconstruction, new methods of radiotherapy quality control and assurance, and automatic radiotherapy planning.
Date and time
To respect our partners and customers worldwide, the webinar will be held in English.
Thursday, December 9, 2021 at 11 a.m. GMT/12 p.m. CET. Register now! Unable to attend the live webinar? Please register anyway. The webinar will be recorded and available to view at your convenience.
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