Enrico Schioppa investigates spectral Computed Tomography (CT), which is an imaging technique in which pixel chips in x-ray detectors can measure the full energy spectrum, including colour. Schioppa seeks to identify the best way to process spectral information from a set of two-dimensional radiographs and realise colour (i.e. material resolved) X-ray three-dimensional imagining.
E.J. Schioppa, The Color of X-rays: Spectral Computed Tomography Using Energy Sensitive Pixel Detectors.
Prof. E.N. Koffeman
Dr J. Visser
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