Understanding the state of the art in
physics, medicine, and computing.

About Us


The pCT Collaboration brings together institutions advancing the state of the art in medical imaging, computing, and physics.


University of California, Santa Cruz' Institute for Particle Physics (SCIPP) has been at the forefront of silicon detector technology and has been pivotal in designing and implementing the ATLAS detector in the Large Hadron Collider and the Fermi Space Telescope. Physicists at SCIPP are applying their unique skills and knowledge to designing effective methods for proton tracking in a physics environment. Visit SCIPP.

Loma Linda University

Loma Linda University operates a state of the art proton therapy facility. Collaborators from Loma Linda bring extensive practical experience with the use of physics in a medical setting. Visit Loma Linda University.

California State University, San Bernadino

To deliver medical images at the speed required for treatment novel computing approaches are needed. Research at CSUSB approaches the problem of reconstructing data captured in proton computed tomography using massively paralleled algorithms. Visit CSUSB.