The aim of this project is to create a look-up table of conversion coefficients for complex irradiation directions. The conversion coefficients will be used to develop a dosimetric system for replacing dosemeters with a purely computational methodology. This system requires proper dose conversion factors, flexible computational phantoms representing the workers anatomy and spatial radiation field, including energy and angular distribution to be available. The spatial radiation field are obtained from the information on the tube angulation, operator position and beam collimation as well as area monitors in the surroundings. The real movement of the operators are monitored in real‑time using motion tracking cameras based on the Time-of-Flight (TOF) principle, and flexible computational phantoms representing the workers anatomy. The phantom will be positioned using the tracking information from the TOF camera. Finally, all this input data should be converted to Monte-Carlo input by means of an in-house conversion program, allowing to calculate the doses to the staff.
The proposed internship is dealing with the part of calculating the proper dose conversion factors. ICRP dose conversion factors reports cover simple exposure situations and approximations are often used for complex exposure situations like in the interventional radiology in which the radiation beam is not a mono-energetic parallel and the geometry is not the idealized standard exposure geometries beam of ionizing radiation and . By avoiding using approximations and using particular dose conversion factors for each complex exposure situation will result in a more accurate estimation of the workers’ dose .
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 International Commission on Radiological Protection, ICRP Publication 119 , Compendium of Dose Coefficients based on ICRP Publication 60, Ann. ICRP 41(Suppl.), 2012.