This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement N° 871336  

Ground-breaking PEROvskite technologies for advanced X-ray medical Imaging Systems

Cone Beam CT (left) and Multi Detector CT (right)

Visualisation of moving stents in blood vessels

Philips – Azurion biplane – example of interventional X-ray system solution

Siemens Healthineers – ARTIS icono


The EU-funded PEROXIS project aims to develop a groundbreaking highly sensitive and high spatial resolution direct X-ray detection technology that will greatly improve the diagnosis of major diseases such as cancer, infectious, degenerative or cardiovascular diseases.

As cases study, this project will aim to demonstrate improved diagnosis of two leading causes of death worldwide: cardiovascular disease (CVD) and acute ischemic stroke (AIS).

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Latest publications

Ionic Field Screening in MAPbBr3 Crystals Revealed from Remnant Sensitivity in X-ray Detection

Publication date

April 17, 2023


Agustin O. Alvarez, Ferdinand Lédée, Marisé García-Batlle, Pilar López-Varo, Eric Gros-Daillon, Javier Mayén Guillén, Jean-Marie Verilhac, Thibault Lemercier, Julien Zaccaro, Lluis F. Marsal, Germà Garcia-Belmonte, and Osbel Almora


ACS Physical Chemistry Au

Observation of Long-Term Stable Response in MAPbBr3 Single Crystals Monitored through Displacement Currents under Varying Illumination.

Publication date

June 2022


García-Batlle, M.; Zia, W.; Aranda, C.; Saliba, M.; Almora, O.; Guerrero, A.; Garcia-Belmonte, G.


Solar RRL

Long-term Field Screening by Mobile Ions in Thick Metal Halide Perovskites: Understanding Saturation Currents.

Publication date

December 2022


Almora, O.; Miravet, D.; Gelmetti, I.; Garcia-Belmonte, G.


Physica Status Solidi (RRL) , 2022, 16, 2200336