Join Dr Florian Kamp, head of medical physics at the University Hospital of Cologne, as he shares valuable insights into the setup, commissioning, and clinical implementation of the RadCalc software for automated Monte Carlo-based secondary check for helical tomotherapy treatments at a Radixact system.
RadCalc has automated patient QA procedures, significantly reducing time spent at LINACs while benefiting from independent treatment plan evaluation.
Florian Kamp received his doctorate in physics from the Technical University of Munich in 2015. Afterwards he worked five years as a postdoc on various topics in the field of medical physics affiliated with the Department of Radiation Oncology of the LMU university hospital in Munich. About two years ago he joined the radiotherapy department at the University Hospital Cologne, Germany, leading the medical physics group. Having to work in a two-shift clinical environment, he is very eager to reduce the time spent for patient QA at the linacs.