Most recent dissemination activities:
Energy Deposited by Secondary Electrons Generated by Swift Proton Beams through Polymethylmethacrylate

M. Dapor, I. Abril, P. de Vera and R. Garcia-Molina
18th International Conference on Biophysics and Medical Physics Computing, August 2016, Paris (France)

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Gadolinium and Gold NPs as Radiosensitizers in Prostate Cancer

S. Rosa, O. Tillement, K. Butterworth and K. M. Prise
Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology Student Symposium, June 2016, Belfast (United Kingdom)

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AGuIX nanoparticles: new insights into the structure and chemical properties

Tran V.L., Marais A., Thomas E., Louis C., Marcon L., Lux F., Tillement O.
Nanohybrides Congress 13, May 2016, Porquerolles (France)

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Molecular growth inside of carbonaceous clusters induced by ion collisions

P. Rousseau, A. Mika et al.
EPOLM 2016, April 2016, Stockholm (Sweden)
IMAMPC 2016, June 2016, Le Havre (France)

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Hadron therapy: Ions against cancer

R. Garcia-Molina, I. Abril, and P. de Vera
8th International Meeting on Recent Developments in the Study of Radiation Effects in Matter, September 2015, Budapest (Hungary)

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Nanoparticles: exquisite tools to improve radiation therapy

M. Bolsa Ferruz, E. Porcel, L. Stefancikova, V. Ivoserv, D. Salado and S. Lacombe
COST Meeting on X-Ray Theranostic, April 2016, Amsterdam (Netherlands)

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Shockwave simulations and molecular dynamics simulations

P. De Vera, K. Haume, G. Sushko, N. Mason, E. Surdutovich, and A. V. Solov’yov
7th International Symposium “Atomic Cluster Collisions” (ISACC), July 2015, Madrid (Spain)

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Experimental study of ion-induced chemistry in PAH and PANH nanosystems

B.A. Huber, R. Delaunay, J. Kocisek, A. Mika et al.
7th International Symposium “Atomic Cluster Collisions” (ISACC), July 2015, Madrid (Spain)

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Electron production by noble metal nanoparticles irradiated with photons and fast ions

A.V. Verkhovtsev, A.V. Korol, and A.V. Solov'yov
7th International Symposium “Atomic Cluster Collisions” (ISACC), July 2015, Madrid (Spain)

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Modeling secondary particle tracks generated by intermediate- and low-energy protons in water with the Low-Energy Particle Track Simulation code

Using a recent extension of the Low-Energy Particle Track Simulation (LEPTS) Monte Carlo code, we model the slowing-down of heavy charged particles propagating in water, combined with an explicit molecular-level description of radiation effects due to the formation of secondary electrons, their propagation through the medium, and electron-induced molecular dissociations.

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