Voxcan is pround to be an active member of the SPCCT project, a H2020 funded collaborative project aiming to develop a new generation of spectral CT scanners using photon counting technology.
Computed Tomography is the most widely used imaging method in the world and has transformed patient care.
Spectral Photon Counting CT is a new imaging modality based on the usual CT concept with the key difference of energy resolving detector technology.
This multidisciplinary project is at the interface between medicine, biology, and high-end technology. It builds on the Lyon scientific network involving professors and physicians from Hospices Civils de Lyon and Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (UCBL) (radiologists, cardiologists, neurologists), chemists, (for the development of tracers) engineers and physicists working at UCBL, INSA, CNRS, INSERM and Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, and local SMEs Mathym and Voxcan.
Website of the project
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