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Andreas Jahnen

  • MSc
  • Senior R&T Associate
  • Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
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Recent publications

  • Patient safety in external beam radiotherapy, results of the ACCIRAD project: Recommendations for radiotherapy institutions and national authorities on assessing risks and analysing adverse error-events and near misses

    • Malicki J
    • Bly R
    • Bulot M
    • et al.
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  • Erratum to: Risk of cancer incidence before the age of 15 years after exposure to ionising radiation from computed tomography: results from a German cohort study (Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, (2015), 54, 1, (1-12), 10.1007/s00411-014-0580-3)

    • Krille L
    • Dreger S
    • Schindel R
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Senior R&T Associate

Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

January 2015 - Present

R&D Manager

CRP Henri Tudor / SANTEC

July 2009 - December 2014(5 years)

Reseach Engineer

CRP Henri Tudor / SANTEC

July 1999 - June 2009(10 years)

Education

MSc in Science

Open University

September 2003 - December 2006(3 years)

Diplominformatiker (FH)

Fachhochschule Trier

October 1995 - June 1999(4 years)

About

A computer scientist since 1999, receiving a Master of Science from the Open University (Frontiers in Medicine) in 2005, Andreas Jahnen works as a Senior R&D Manager for the Resource Centre for Health Care Technologies at CRP Henri Tudor. His main research interests are in medical image processing (using ImageJ), especially medical image quality quantification and calculation of the associated dose necessary to achieve the required image. Over the last 10 years, he has developed several software tools to measure medical image quality and to support the execution of dose surveys with adequate software tools. In all of these projects, his multidisciplinarity was one of the key success factors.

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