What we do

Integrated Sensors announces the development of its Ultra-Fast Transmissive (UFT) beam monitoring technology for ionizing particle and photon external beam radiotherapy (RT) including FLASH-RT.  UFT-based detectors can monitor spot and raster pencil-beam scanning in real-time, both upstream and downstream from the nozzle or multileaf collimator, with order-of-magnitude advantages over ionization chambers for beam position, shape, dosimetry, and patient QA.

The UFT technology has also been successfully applied to the development of a new line of
high-performance multifunctional Scintillator Beam Monitors (SBM’s).

Integrated Sensors is the first company in the world to apply the high gain, high-performance properties of low cost PDP-TV (plasma display panel) technology to radiation detection, resulting in development of the Plasma Panel Sensor (PPS).


April 2023 – The U.S. Dept. of Energy awards Integrated Sensors a Phase-IIB grant to transition its real-time ion beam monitor research prototype to a commercial product/platform for installation at government and university nuclear physics accelerator facilities.

September 2022 – Integrated Sensors introduces its “Multifunction Scintillator Beam Monitor” at the 11th International Beam Instrumentation Conf. in Krakow, PL.

September 2021 – Integrated Sensors demonstrates a novel particle beam monitor that can operate over a particle flux range from about 1 to 1013 particles/cm2-sec, with a position resolution of 2-5 µm for single particles.

August 2020 – Integrated Sensors selected to present its FLASH-RT technology at the NIH-NCI SBIR MedTech Virtual Showcase.

February 2020 (Washington, DC) – The U.S. Dept. of Energy announces a $1 million grant to Integrated Sensors for development of UFT beam monitors to detect heavy-ions and exotic particle beams in real-time at high resolution (i.e., ~1 µm) with time-of-flight capability (i.e., ~50 ps) at the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB).

June 2019 (Manchester, UK) – Integrated Sensors announces at the 58th Annual Conference on Particle Therapy (PTCOG58) development of its Ultra-Fast Transmissive (UFT) beam monitor technology for ionizing particle and photon external beam radiotherapy (RT) including FLASH-RT.


Integrated Sensors has been awarded numerous grants since its founding. 

Most Recent Grants:

High Performance Beam Monitor Product – $567,000 (DOE / 2023-2024)

Ultrafast & Precise FLASH-RT Beam Monitor – $1,887,000 (NIH / 2021-2024) 

High Performance Beam Monitoring – $1,150,000 (DOE / 2019-2023)

Particle Beam Radiation Therapy – $2,043,000 (NIH / 2016-2020)

Particle Tracking Detectors – $1,150,000 (DOE / 2016-2019)

Total of ten (10) Government Research Grants awarded to Integrated Sensors for radiation detector development (2008-2021).

Recent Talks & Publications

“A Real-Time, Large-Area, Transparent FLASH Beam Monitor and Dosimeter”, talk at the 61st Annual Particle Therapy Co-Operative Group Conference (PTCOG 61) in Madrid, ES (June 2023).

“A Real-Time Profile Monitor for Nuclear Physics Research and Medical Ion Beams”, talk at The 8th International Conference on Advancements in Nuclear Instrumentation Measurement Methods and their Applications (ANIMMA 2023) in Lucca, IT (June 2023).

“A High Performance Scintillator Ion Beam Monitor” presented talk at the 11th International Beam Instrumentation Conf. (IBIC 2022) in Krakow, PL (Sept 2022)

“A Real-Time, Ultra-Fast Transparent Dosimeter and Beam Monitor for FLASH-RT & Other Advanced Radiotherapy Modalities”, presentation at the Particle Therapy Co-Operative Group Conference (PTCOG 60) in Miami (June 2022).

“Novel Ultrafast Transparent Online FLASH Monitor and Dosimeter”, presented talk at the 1st International FLASH Radiotherapy & Particle Therapy Conference (FRPT 2021) in Vienna (December 1-3, 2021).

“High Performance Scintillator and Beam Monitoring System”, Invited Talk at the DOE Nuclear Physics SBIR/STTR Exchange Meeting (August 2021). 

“A Paradigm Shift in Treating Cancer: Breakthrough Technology for FLASH Radiotherapy” Invited NIH-NCI virtual presentation (September 2020).