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P.G. (Peter) Dendooven

Associate Professor
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+31 50 36 33615 (office)

Teaching at the University of Groningen:

  • Medical Imaging Instrumentation (1st year MSc Mechanical Engineering): from 2019-2020, setting up the course and teaching all lectures
  • Advanced Instrumentation and Extreme Environments (1st year MSc Mechanical Engineering): 2019-2020, setting up and coordinating the course, teaching half of the lectures
  • Medical Physics / Medical Physics and Biophysics (1st year BSc Physics): 2016-2017 to 2020-2021, involved in setting up the course and giving lectures on molecular imaging and interaction of radiation with matter
  • Ionizing Radiation in Medicine (3rd year BSc Physics): coordinator and giving slightly over half of the lectures; setting up the course in 2012 and teaching it since then
  • Waves and Optics (2nd year BSc Physcis, Applied Physics, Astronomy, General Mathematics): 2010-2011 until 2015-2016
  • Basic Detection Techniques (1/4 of course) (elective course for BSc and MSc Astronomy, MSc Energy and Environmental Siences): 2009-2010, 2011-2012, 2013-2014 (course is given every other year)
  • Introduction to Research (1st year BSc Physics): one lecture on the medical physics research at KVI-CART, 2011-2012, 2014-2015, 2015-2016
  • Research Practicum (2nd-3rd year BSc Physics): 2005-2006 until 2009-2010
    - teaching assistant for 4 radiation-related experiments
    - starting in 2006: responsible for the contents of all experiments
    - in 2007: set up of a new experiment measuring the lifetime and intensity of cosmic muons
  • Electricity and Magnetism 1 (1st year BSc Physics): teaching assistant, 2005-2006

Earlier teaching:

  • University of Jyväskylä, Finland, 2001, Experimental Methods in Nuclear and Accelerator Based Physics (PhD students): 4 lectures
  • KU Leuven, Belgium, 1988-1990, Experimental Techniques for Nuclear and Particle Physics (MSc Physics): re-designed and taught the course
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