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Dr. rer. nat. Martin Dierolf

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Phone
+49 89 289-10824
+49 89 289-10884
+49 89 289-12560
Room
E.204
E-Mail
martin.dierolf@tum.de
Links
Homepage
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Group
Biomedical Physics
Additional Info
Telephone MuCLS lab: 10885
Consultation Hour
just check at MuCLS lab at MIBE (former MSB former IMETUM), 5701.EG.204

Courses and Dates

Offered Bachelor’s or Master’s Theses Topics

Distortion correction for high-resolution quantitative X-ray imaging detectors

X-ray imaging detectors - in particular for high-resolution microscopy applications - may suffer from distortions, which degrade the image quality. This can have severe negative effects for quantitative applications, such as 3D micro-computed tomography. This project focuses on the characterisation of distortions of several X-ray imaging detectors at the Munich Compact Light Source, and the subsequent development of suitable correction methods.

Character of thesis work: mainly computational (image processing)  

For more information, please contact: Martin Dierolf (martin.dierolf@tum.de), Johannes Melcher (johannes.melcher@tum.de), or Franz Pfeiffer (franz.pfeiffer@tum.de)

suitable as
  • Master’s Thesis Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics
Supervisor: Franz Pfeiffer
Distortion correction for high-resolution quantitative X-ray imaging detectors

X-ray imaging detectors - in particular for high-resolution microscopy applications - may suffer from distortions, which degrade the image quality. This can have severe negative effects for quantitative applications, such as 3D micro-computed tomography. This project focuses on the characterisation of distortions of several X-ray imaging detectors at the Munich Compact Light Source, and the subsequent development of suitable correction methods.

Character of thesis work: mainly computational (image processing)  

For more information, please contact: Martin Dierolf (martin.dierolf@tum.de), Johannes Melcher (johannes.melcher@tum.de), or Franz Pfeiffer (franz.pfeiffer@tum.de)

suitable as
  • Master’s Thesis Applied and Engineering Physics
Supervisor: Franz Pfeiffer
High-sensitivity grating-based phase-contrast imaging at the Munich Compact Light Source - Computational Part

Using phase-contrast as alternative imaging contrast for X-rays can considerably improve the imaging results for biomedical specimens. This project will focus on the development of an algorithmic framework for a high-sensitivity and high-resolution grating-based phase-contrast micro-tomography setup at the Munich Compact Light Source for investigating soft-tissue biomedical samples, such biopsies. 

Character of thesis work: mainly computational (image processing/ reconstruction)  

For more information, please contact: Martin Dierolf (martin.dierolf@tum.de), Johannes Brantl (johannes.brantl@tum.de), or Franz Pfeiffer (franz.pfeiffer@tum.de)

suitable as
  • Master’s Thesis Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics
Supervisor: Franz Pfeiffer
High-sensitivity grating-based phase-contrast imaging at the Munich Compact Light Source - Computational Part

Using phase-contrast as alternative imaging contrast for X-rays can considerably improve the imaging results for biomedical specimens. This project will focus on the development of an algorithmic framework for a high-sensitivity and high-resolution grating-based phase-contrast micro-tomography setup at the Munich Compact Light Source for investigating soft-tissue biomedical samples, such biopsies. 

Character of thesis work: mainly computational (image processing/ reconstruction)  

For more information, please contact: Martin Dierolf (martin.dierolf@tum.de), Johannes Brantl (johannes.brantl@tum.de), or Franz Pfeiffer (franz.pfeiffer@tum.de)

suitable as
  • Master’s Thesis Applied and Engineering Physics
Supervisor: Franz Pfeiffer
Radioluminescence microscopy for organoid specimens

Radioluminescence microscopy (RLM) is a novel approach for high-resolution imaging of the radionuclide uptake in living cells, particularly in organoid systems. This project will focus on the development of an experimental setup, which allows imaging the radionuclide distribution with a few micro-meter resolution, using a scintillator-lens CCD system. This project will be carried out in collaboration with the department of nuclear medicine at the TUM university hospital Klinikum rechts der Isar.

Character of thesis work: experimental (50%) / computational (50%)

For more information, please contact: Martin Dierolf (martin.dierolf@tum.de), Franz Pfeiffer (franz.pfeiffer@tum.de)

suitable as
  • Master’s Thesis Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics
Supervisor: Franz Pfeiffer
Radioluminescence microscopy for organoid specimens

Radioluminescence microscopy (RLM) is a novel approach for high-resolution imaging of the radionuclide uptake in living cells, particularly in organoid systems. This project will focus on the development of an experimental setup, which allows imaging the radionuclide distribution with a few micro-meter resolution, using a scintillator-lens CCD system. This project will be carried out in collaboration with the department of nuclear medicine at the TUM university hospital Klinikum rechts der Isar.

Character of thesis work: experimental (50%) / computational (50%)

For more information, please contact: Martin Dierolf (martin.dierolf@tum.de), Franz Pfeiffer (franz.pfeiffer@tum.de)

suitable as
  • Master’s Thesis Applied and Engineering Physics
Supervisor: Franz Pfeiffer

Publications

X-ray computed tomography with seven degree of freedom robotic sample holder
Erdal Pekel (author), Florian Schaff (author), Martin Dierolf (author), Franz Pfeiffer (author), Tobias Lasser (author)
2022-09-01
journal article
Engineering Research Express
DOI: 10.1088/2631-8695/ac8224
X‐ray Stain Localization with Near‐Field Ptychographic Computed Tomography
Kirsten Taphorn (author), Madleen Busse (author), Johannes Brantl (author), Benedikt Günther (author), Ana Diaz (author), Mirko Holler (author), Martin Dierolf (author), Doris Mayr (author), Franz Pfeiffer (author), Julia Herzen (author)
2022-08
journal article
Advanced Science
DOI: 10.1002/advs.202201723
Laboratory-scale in situ X-ray absorption spectroscopy of a palladium catalyst on a compact inverse-Compton scattering X-ray beamline
Juanjuan Huang (author), Fuli Deng (author), Benedikt Günther (author), Klaus Achterhold (author), Yue Liu (author), Andreas Jentys (author), Johannes A. Lercher (author), Martin Dierolf (author), Franz Pfeiffer (author)
2021
journal article
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry
DOI: 10.1039/D1JA00274K
Simultaneous two-color X-ray absorption spectroscopy using Laue crystals at an inverse-compton scattering X-ray facility
Juanjuan Huang (author), Benedikt Günther (author), Klaus Achterhold (author), Martin Dierolf (author), Franz Pfeiffer (author)
2021-11-01
journal article
Journal of Synchrotron Radiation
DOI: 10.1107/S1600577521009437
Author Correction: K-edge Subtraction Computed Tomography with a Compact Synchrotron X-ray Source
Stephanie Kulpe (author), Martin Dierolf (author), Benedikt Günther (author), Madleen Busse (author), Klaus Achterhold (author), Bernhard Gleich (author), Julia Herzen (author), Ernst Rummeny (author), Franz Pfeiffer (author), Daniela Pfeiffer (author)
2020-12
journal article
Scientific Reports
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-61222-9
Single spectrum three-material decomposition with grating-based x-ray phase-contrast CT
Eva-Maria Braig (author), Daniela Pfeiffer (author), Marian Willner (author), Thorsten Sellerer (author), Kirsten Taphorn (author), Christian Petrich (author), Josef Scholz (author), Lisa Petzold (author), Lorenz Birnbacher (author), Martin Dierolf (author), Franz Pfeiffer (author), Julia Herzen (author)
2020-09-21
journal article
Physics in Medicine & Biology
DOI: 10.1088/1361-6560/ab9704
The versatile X-ray beamline of the Munich Compact Light Source: design, instrumentation and applications
Benedikt Günther (author), Regine Gradl (author), Christoph Jud (author), Elena Eggl (author), Juanjuan Huang (author), Stephanie Kulpe (author), Klaus Achterhold (author), Bernhard Gleich (author), Martin Dierolf (author), Franz Pfeiffer (author)
2020-09-01
journal article
Journal of Synchrotron Radiation
DOI: 10.1107/S1600577520008309
Model-Based Iterative Reconstruction for Propagation-Based Phase-Contrast X-Ray CT including Models for the Source and the Detector
Lorenz Hehn (author), Regine Gradl (author), Martin Dierolf (author), Kaye S. Morgan (author), David M. Paganin (author), Franz Pfeiffer (author)
2020-06
journal article
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging
DOI: 10.1109/TMI.2019.2962615
Dynamic K-edge Subtraction Fluoroscopy at a Compact Inverse-Compton Synchrotron X-ray Source
2020-06-15
journal article
Scientific Reports
URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-66414-x
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-66414-x
ISSN: 2045-2322
Revealing the Microscopic Structure of Human Renal Cell Carcinoma in Three Dimensions
S. Ferstl (author), M. Busse (author), M. Muller (author), M. A. Kimm (author), E. Drecoll (author), T. Burkner (author), S. Allner (author), M. Dierolf (author), D. Pfeiffer (author), E. J. Rummeny (author), W. Weichert (author), F. Pfeiffer (author)
2020-05
journal article
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging
DOI: 10.1109/TMI.2019.2952028

further publications (total of 88).

See ORCID profile of Martin Dierolf as well.

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