CT Research & Technology

The research topics addressed by the group include development, evaluation and implementation of new CT technology, development of new methods and equipment for image quality assessment, and AI based post processing and analyzing tools.

Group leader: Hilde Kjernlie Andersen, Head of ImTECH

The CT physics and technology research group focuses on the development and implementation of advanced image reconstruction and processing techniques with specific focus on improved patient diagnostics combined with reduced radiation dose. Future objectives include validation of new methodology, such as iterative image reconstruction, spectral imaging, CT organ perfusion, in terms of improved diagnostic outcome and socioeconomic value.

Ongoing ImTECH CT projects

  • Improved detection, quantification and characterization using spectral imaging CT
  • Improved image quality using AI based reconstruction technologies in CT
  • Optimization using MAR in MSK CT imaging
  • Advanced AI based analyzing tools


Head of ImTECH Hilde Kjernlie Andersen
The Department of Diagnostic Physics, Division of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine 
Tel: +47 957 07 503
E-mail: uxsthf@ous-hf.no