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    Ion Tiseanu

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    Institution:National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics

    Languages:English, German
    Education Degrees:PhD
    Work in or as:R & D,
    Main Method or Other:RT, Other Methods, CT

    I am a senior scientist specialized in the field of radiation physics and technology. In the the last 15 years I have participated at the design, construction and application of several dedicated X-ray imaging instruments: microtomographs, microbeam absorbtion/fluorescence and combined microCT/microXRF systems. I have also participated as principal investigator in several European and national research projects. During the last decade I worked as scientific consultant of few leading manufacturers of computer tomography systems: Uni-Hite System Corporation, (UHS) Japan, Wealischmiller (HWM) GmbH and RayScan GmbH, Germany. In cooperation with UHS I developed a new device and image reconstruction method - oblique view cone beam tomography (OVCB-CT). Based on these inovations protected by several patents, tens of eucentric OVCB systems were sold to major Japanese companies. Among the X-ray CT projects implemented in HWM are: Audi AG Neckarsulm, Eurocopter (two large cone beam CT instruments that also implement limited angle and translational laminography scanning configurations) and EADS Germany, Toyota Poland, Kytek Corea and FH Wels, Austria. With RayScan which inherit the HWM business I participated at the design and construction of a mobile CT-System for in-situ inspection in the LHC at CERN. The key features of the CERN mobile CT are: limited angle scanning and translational laminography reconstruction.
    Recently I have proposed a new procedure for the non-destructive inspection of Cable-in-Conduit-Conductor type superconductor cables based on X-ray microtomography.

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