Revised January 25, 2012
Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics (String Theory), Summer 2005 - University
of Maryland - College Park, Department of Physics
Current Research: The MRI-linac project - integration of a medical electron linear accelerator with an MRI scanner to allow real time tracking of the cancerous tumor motion during radiation therapy
Research Interests: Computer simulation and mathematical modeling of physical phenomena.
- D. Constantin, Flux Compactification of M-theory on Compact Manifolds with Spin(7) Holonomy
Ph.D.Thesis (Advisor: Professor Melanie Becker).
Fortsch. Phys. 53, 1272 (2005).
- D. Constantin, R. Fahrig and P. J. Keall - ``A Study of the Effect of In-line and Perpendicular Magnetic Fields on Beam Characteristics of Medical Linear Accelerator Electron Guns''
Med. Phys. 38, 4174-4185 (2011).
- M. Constantin, D. Constantin, P. J. Keall, A. Narula, M. Svatos and J. Perl - ``Linking Computer-Aided Design (CAD) to Geant4-based Monte Carlo Simulations for Precise Implementation of Complex Treatment Head Geometries''
Phys. Med. Biol. 55, N211 (2010).
My HEP publications (courtesy of SPIRES)