Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering


The Radiotherapy Image Computing Group (RTIC)


At the RadioTherapy Image Computing group (RTIC) we develop advanced image processing methodologies for radiotherapy applications. Our overarching aim is to exploit medical imaging to enable more accurate and safer radiotherapy treatments.

Our group is affiliated with the Centre for Medical Image Computing (CMIC) and the Proton and Advanced Radiotherapy (PART) group at UCL.

We are involved in a wide range of projects, including:

  • Modelling respiratory motion for planning, guiding, and monitoring radiotherapy

  • Image-guided and adaptive radiotherapy

  • Image analysis for radiation-induced lung toxicities

  • Radiation-induced late effects in childhood cancer survivors

  • Data sharing platform for radiotherapy


Software projects

  • CT-based imaging biomarkers
    The RILD biomarkers project consists of set of image analysis tools to quantify radiation-induced lung damage (RILD) for academic research use.

    Project page: https://github.com/CMIC-RT/RILD_biomarkers

  • cid-X: XCAT DVF post processing and inverse computation
    Consistent and invertible deformation vector fields for a breathing anthropomorphic phantom: a post-processing framework for the XCAT phantom.

    Project page: https://github.com/UCL/cid-X

  • SuPReMo: Surrogate Parametrised Respiratory Motion Modelling
    Implementation of the unified motion modelling and image registration framework.

    Project page: https://github.com/UCL/SuPReMo