Biomedical physics 2
Biomedizinische Physik 2

Course 0000000142 in SS 2015

General Data

Course Type Advanced Seminar
Semester Weekly Hours 2 SWS
Organisational Unit Biomedical Physics
Lecturers Franz Pfeiffer
Jan Jakob Wilkens
Dates Monday, 12:00–14:00

Assignment to Modules

Further Information

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additional remarks Experimental principles of biomedical applications: biomedical imaging (x-ray imaging, computer tomography, magneto resonance imaging, nuclear imaging, functional/biological imaging, ultrasound); interaction of radiation with matter; radiation therapy (brachytherapy, teletherapy with electrons and x-rays, proton therapy, image guided therapy, treatment planning, dosimetry).
Links E-Learning course (e. g. Moodle)
TUMonline entry

Equivalent Courses (e. g. in other semesters)

SS 2016 Biomedical physics 2 Pfeiffer, F. Wilkens, J. Monday, 12:00–14:00
SS 2014 Biomedical physics 2 Pfeiffer, F. Wilkens, J. Tuesday, 14:00–16:00
SS 2013 Biomedical physics 2 Pfeiffer, F. Wilkens, J. singular or moved dates
SS 2012 Biomedical physics 2 Pfeiffer, F. Wilkens, J. singular or moved dates
SS 2011 Seminar on biomedical physics 2: methods and applications Pfeiffer, F. Wilkens, J. singular or moved dates
SS 2010 Seminar on biomedical physics II: methods and applications singular or moved dates

Condensed Matter

When atoms interact things can get interesting. Fundamental research on the underlying properties of materials and nanostructures and exploration of the potential they provide for applications.

Nuclei, Particles, Astrophysics

A journey of discovery to understanding our world at the subatomic scale, from the nuclei inside atoms down to the most elementary building blocks of matter. Are you ready for the adventure?


Biological systems, from proteins to living cells and organisms, obey physical principles. Our research groups in biophysics shape one of Germany's largest scientific clusters in this area.