Davide Brivio

Radiation Oncology Brigham & Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
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Hoegele W, Zhang V, Grace Vasquez E, et al. (2024) Radioactive source localization employing resistive electrode array (REA) detector. Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express. 10
Zygmanski P, Sajo E, Brivio D. (2023) Nanoparticle-based radiotherapy: Is dose all that matters? Zeitschrift Fur Medizinische Physik
Zygmanski P, Lima J, Liles A, et al. (2022) Resistive electrode array (REA) for radiotherapy beam monitoring and quality assurance. Physics in Medicine and Biology
Lauber R, Brivio D, Sajo E, et al. (2022) Remote sensing array (RSA) for linac beam monitoring. Physics in Medicine and Biology
Brivio D, Sajo E, Zygmanski P. (2021) Self-Powered Multilayer Radioisotope Identification Device. Medical Physics
Albert S, Brivio D, Aldelaijan SI, et al. (2020) Towards customizable thin-panel low-Z detector arrays: Electrode design for increased spatial resolution ion chamber arrays. Physics in Medicine and Biology
Brivio D, Naumann L, Albert S, et al. (2019) 3D printing for rapid prototyping of low-Z/density ionization chamber arrays. Medical Physics
Brivio D, Albert S, Freund E, et al. (2019) Self-powered nano-porous aerogel x-ray sensor employing fast electron current. Medical Physics
Brivio D, Sajo E, Zygmanski P. (2017) Signal enhancement due to high-Z nanofilm electrodes in parallel plate ionization chambers with variable micro-gaps. Medical Physics
Brivio D, Ada E, Sajo E, et al. (2017) Effective contact potential of thin film metal-insulator nanostructures and its role in self-powered nanofilm x-ray sensors. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces
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