'Applying Thermal Infrared and Hyperspectral Imaging to Emergency Medicine'

Series Name Interdisciplinary Science Society
Speaker Karoly Keresztes
Type Lectures & Talks
Starts at May 22, 2013 01:30 PM
Ends at May 22, 2013 02:30 PM
Venue Physics and Astronomy Building
Open To Public

The latest seminar for the Interdisciplinary Science Society focuses on a collaboration between medicine, space science and atmospheric chemistry, where a research team are designing non-invasive techniques for diagnosing patients - a project that has not gone unnoticed by the media.

Taking place on the 22nd of May at 1:30pm in f10 of the Physics and Astronomy Building. All are welcome and refreshments will be available.

The talk will be given by Karoly Keresztes, who says: "In combining different modes of spectral imaging, I will introduce you to the Diagnostic Development Unit (DDU) and the equipment used for in vivo medical research. The main focus of my talk will be on thermal infrared and hyperspectral imaging and some early stage results. Of course, with every new idea problems arise, and so the issues and potential solutions will be discussed, along with applications and exciting future developments."