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Quantum Biomedical Science and Engineering Course

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Quantum Biomedical Science and Engineering Course

In this course students will engage in research using knowledge and technology of quantum theory and 'quantum science and engineering', such as for atoms and accelerators

Master’s ProgramStandard length: 2 years

This course will enable students to acquire a thorough knowledge of quantum biomedical science and engineering, in an academic framework to apply basic radiation physics knowledge developed from quantum mechanics to medical science, and also acquire specialized knowledge and skills in radiation therapy, particle therapy, and novel medical equipment related to these therapies.

Doctoral Program Standard length: 3 years

This course will enable students to acquire the knowledge and skills required for international research in the ‘quantum biomedical science and engineering’ field, and for act in leading roles in the development of new medical equipment and technologies related to radiation therapy and particle therapy.

Research in innovative radiotherapy, medical physics for radiotherapy, image-guided and real-time tumor tracking devices

Research in innovative radiotherapy, medical physics for radiotherapy, image-guided and real-time tumor tracking devices

Research in particle therapy devices, systems of accelerator, beam delivery, irradiation, and medical navigation, etc.

Research in particle therapy devices, systems of accelerator, beam delivery, irradiation, and medical navigation, etc.

Research and development in dosimetry, radiation treatment planning devices, and new algorithm, and improvement of quality assurance technology

Research and development in dosimetry, radiation treatment planning devices, and new algorithm, and improvement of quality assurance technology