Über den Autor
Floris Ernst was born on August 6th, 1981, in Hinsdale, Illinois/USA. He studied Mathematics at Friedrich-Alexander-University (Erlangen, Germany) and at the University of Otago (Dunedin, New Zealand).He graduated from the University of Otago in 2004 with a Postgraduate Diploma in Sciences (Mathematics). In 2006, he graduated From Friedrich-Alexander-University with a Diploma in Mathematics, minoring in Computer Sciences. From 2006 on he held a position as a research associate at the University of Lübeck's Institute for Robotics and Cognitive Systems, where he worked on motion compensation strategies in robotic radiosurgery. He graduated from this university with a Ph.D in 2011.
Introduction.- Motion Compensation in Robotic Radiosurgery.- Signal Processing.- On the outside: prediction of human respiratory and pulsatory motion.- Going inside: correlation between external and internal respiratory motion.- Conclusion.- Appendix.
Describes in great detail the technology behind the advanced motion compensation algorithms used in radiotherapy Explores cutting-edge, new algorithms for motion prediction and correlation Surveys an unprecedented amount of clinical data, in order to emphasize the relevancy and necessity for new algorithms in radiosurgery