Project 16016

STARLIT

System Technologies for Adaptive Real-time MR Image-guided Therapies

STARLIT will develop technologies in radiation oncology to improve the quality of life for cancer survivors by improving treatment accuracy and minimising unintended doses to healthy tissue in image-guided radiation therapy. This will be done by using magnetic resonance imaging for 4D anatomy assessment to enable on-line treatment planning, real-time 4D dose accumulation, target tracking, and plan adaptation based on concurrent imaging of anatomy and biomarkers.

Project information

Project name
16016 STARLIT
Status
Labelled
Period
Oct 2017 - Sep 2020
Call
ITEA 3 Call 3
Challenge
Smart health
Website
No website
Partners
13
Costs
17,093 k€
Effort
132.73 PY
Countries
Austria
Canada
Netherlands
Sweden

Project partners

Project leader

Name
Mark van Helvoort
Organisation
Philips
Country
Netherlands
Project involvement
16016 STARLIT