Dr. Georgios Anagnostopoulos, is the Head of the Medical Physics Department at the German Oncology Center, Limassol. He was awarded a degree in Physics from the University of Athens, Greece in 1997. He then moved to Germany for his postgraduate studies at the University of Heidelberg and his practical training as a Medical Physicist at Klinikum Offenbach, and in 2001 he obtained his MSc Degree as well as his working license as a Medical Physicist in Germany. He was appointed as a full time Medical Physicist in the Klinikum Offenbach and at the same time he started his PhD studies at the University of Heidelberg in 2002, which he completed in 2006 by receiving the PhD Degree in Physics. From 2001 to 2007, Dr Anagnostopoulos held the post of Medical Physicist at Klinikum Offenbach and subsequently assumed his appointment as Medical Physicist at the Metropolitan Hospital, in Athens, Greece, where he remained until 2012. He then started working for NZ Medical Ltd. and in association with the Central Clinic of Athens and the Athens Medical Centre in the field of Interventional Radiation Oncology (Brachytherapy) as clinical Medical Physicist as well as research and development fellow with Pi-Medical Ltd., Greece, participating in the evaluation section of the CEIROS project. During that time he also worked in the field of Monte Carlo dose calculations and the development of radiobiological applications in the field of Radiation Therapy. In June 2017, Dr. Anagnostopoulos was appointed as Head of the Medical Physics Department of the German Oncology Center in Limassol. Ηe is a member of the Cypriot, the Greek and the German Association of Medical Physicists, an author of scientific papers published in the journals of Medical Physics, Physics in Medicine and Biology, Brachytherapy and in the Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology and Physics and he is reviewer for the journal of Medical Physics. He has also made contributions in the book ‘The Physics of modern Brachytherapy for Oncology’ (Taylor and Francis, CRC Press).