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

Charge transport comparison of FA, MA and Cs lead halide perovskite single crystals for radiation detection.

Publication date

September 14, 2023


Stephanie H. Bennett, Joydip Ghosh, Eric Gros-Daillon, Ferdinand Lédée, Javier Mayén Guillén, Jean-Marie Verilhac, Julien Zaccaro, Duck Young Chung, Vladislav Klepov, Mercouri G. Kanatzidis and Paul J. Sellin


Front. Detect. Sci. Technol. Sec. Materials for Detectors Volume 1 – 2023

Design by a solvent-free mechanochemical approach of hybrid perovskite@graphite composites exhibiting strong opto-electronic interactions.

Publication date

November 20, 2023


Yihui Cai, Dominique Begin, Charles Sidhoum, Adrien Girault, Thomas Fix, Christophe Lefevre, Wissal Belayachi, Aziz Dinia, Daniele Preziosi, Mathieu Gallart, Pierre Gilliot, Eric Gros-Daillon, Ferdinand Ledee, Ovidiu Ersen, Clément Sanchez, Sylvie Begin


Chemistry of Materials 2023,35, 23, 10188–10200

Evidence for a build-in remnant field in symmetrically contacted MAPbBr3 X-ray detectors.

Publication date

October 27, 2023


Ferdinand Lédée, Javier Mayén-Guillen, Stéphanie Lombard; Julien Zacarro, Jean-Marie Verilhac, Eric Gros-Daillon


J. Appl. Phys. 134, 195703 (2023)