TU-G-207-03: High Spatial Resolution and High Sensitivity X-Ray Fluorescence Imaging

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Abstract

Last few years has witnessed the development of novel of X-ray imaging modalities, such as spectral CT, phase contrast CT, and X-ray acoustic/fluorescence/luminescence imaging. This symposium will present the recent advances of these emerging X-ray imaging modalities and update the attendees with knowledge in various related topics, including X-ray photon-counting detectors, X-ray physics underlying the emerging applications beyond the traditional X-ray imaging, image reconstruction for the novel modalities, characterization and evaluation of the systems, and their practical implications. In addition, the concept and practical aspects of X-ray activatable targeted nanoparticles for molecular X-ray imaging will be discussed in the context of X-ray fluorescence and luminescence CT.

Learning Objectives:

  • 1.Present background knowledge of various emerging X-ray imaging techniques, such as spectral CT, phase contrast CT and X-ray fluorescence/luminescence CT.
  • 2.Discuss the practical need, technical aspects and current status of the emerging X-ray imaging modalities.
  • 3.Describe utility and future impact of the new generation of X-ray imaging applications.

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