Damavan to present its first result of in vivo imaging at the conference EANM 2020

Damavan will present its first result of in vivo imaging at the conference EANM 2020, the Annual Congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine, October 17-21, 2020 in Vienna/Austria “3D compton Imaging: A new modality for nuclear medicine at 511 KeV and above” Presentation Number:  OP-714 Session:  1306 – Cutting Edge Science Track – Featured Session: Intra-Operative Nuclear Medicine Session Date: Tuesday, October 20, 2020 Session […]

Damavan Imaging to present a poster at IAEA Conference in radiation safety, in November 2020

Damavan Imaging will be present through a poster and a booth at IAEA International Conference on Radiation Safety: Improving Radiation Protection in Practice to be held in Vienna, Austria 9 to 13 November 2020. Poster title : « BINOCULAR COMPTON CAMERA: A TOOL FOR IMAGING WEAKLY CONTAMINATED MATERIALS TILL LIBERATION THRESHOLD » Poster will be availaible soon and Damavan will also be present through a booth.

Meet Damavan Imaging at the next WNE exhibition

Damavan Imaging will present its Compton Camera V3 at World Nuclear Exhibition. The WNE is the leading marketplace dedicated to the global civil nuclear community and wille 8-10 December, Paris Nord Villepinte – France). Meet us at booth L23 on start-up planet . More information coming soon.

Nov 19 : Damavan will present a poster at IEEE in Manchester on low activity threshold imaging (N-05-181)

M. Z. Hmissi et al., « Imaging of a 30 kBq 22Na source from 3 meters with a Temporal CeBr3 Compton camera », présenté à IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, Manchester, England, 2019. En cours de chargement… Cela prend trop de temps ? Recharger le document | Ouvrir dans un nouvel onglet Download [217.78 KB]

Temporal Imaging for accurate time, space and energy localization of Photoelectric events in monolithic scintillators

Source : Alain Iltis, Hichem Snoussi, Luc Rodrigues de Magalhaes and Ghislain Zeufack Tadonkeng Temporal Imaging for accurate time, space and energy localization of Photoelectric events in monolithic scintillators.