Martin Bech

Martin Bech

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Opportunities in Imaging Working Group member, LINXS Fellow

Martin Bech is Senior Lecturer at the division of Medical Radiation Physics, Clinical Sciences, Lund University. He is interested in X-ray phase contrast and dark-field imaging using grating interferometer, Soft tissue biomedical imaging, Micro-CT imaging using synchrotron radiation and x-ray tubes.

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Education/Academic Career:

2012 - Present Senior University Lecturer, Department for Medical Radiation Physics, Lund University
2009 - Present Post doc, Physics department E17, Technical University Munich
2009 - PhD, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
2006 - Master of Physics, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
2004 - Bachelor, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen

Research expertise and fields:
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X-ray phase contrast and dark-field imaging using grating interferometer
- Soft tissue biomedical imaging
- Micro-CT imaging using synchrotron radiation and x-ray tubes

Honours:
December 2005. Carlsbergs Mindelegat for Brygger I.C. Jacobsen, Scholarship

Selected publications:
- Pfeiffer F, Bech M, Bunk O, Kraft P, Eikenberry E.F, Brönnimann Ch, Grünzweig C, David C. Hard-X-ray dark-field imaging using a grating interferometer. Nature Materials, 7(2) 134-137 (2008)
- Bech M, Bunk O, David C, Ruth R, Rifkin J, Loewen R, Feidenhans’l R and Pfeiffer F. Hard X-ray phase-contrast imaging with the Compact Light Source based on inverse Compton X-rays. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 16, 43–47 (2009)
- Bech M, Jensen T.H, Feidenhans’l R, Bunk O, David C and Pfeiffer F. Soft-Tissue Phase-Contrast Tomography with X-Ray Tube Sources. Physics in Medicine and Biology 54, 2747–2753 (2009)