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6, 7 and 8 June 2017 the largest Scientific Expo o...Continue

 

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Acoustical Wavefield Imaging

Acoustical Wavefield Imaging focus on medical and seismic imaging.
For medical imaging we develop new ultrasound hardware and methods for brain, heart, liver, kidney and breast imaging.
The research in seismic imaging is part of the DELPHI consortium, sponsored by companies from the international oil and gas industry.
Our laboratory is directed by Prof.dr.ir. N. de Jong


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Ulas Taskin joined our group as PhD

24 May 2017

Ulas Taskin, who is from Turkey, joined our group as PhD on 1 February. He did his MSc in Istanbul Technical University working on ‘Inverse Scattering Problem of Microwave Imaging’. He started his PhD project on ‘Full-Waveform Acoustic Inversion for Breast Cancer Detection’. He will work on developing inversion methods and test them with synthetic data first, and experimental data later on. His...Continue

 

Workshop "Trends and Developments in Laser Based Distance Metrology"

17 May 2017

This workshop will first address the latest state-of-the-art approaches to laser-based distance, followed by in-depth topics on instrumental and environmental limitations, with the overall goal to lay a foundation for pushing this limits to the next level.It will take place at the Lorentz Center@Oort in Leiden. Dr. Nandini Bhattacharya is one of the four organizers.Continue

 

Wiro Niessen elected as member of KNAW

15 May 2017

Wiro Niessen, Professor of Biomedical Imaging one of 26 new members appointed by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). The Academy has approximately 550 members across all scientific disciplines. These leading scientists are elected on the basis of their scientific achievements. Members are appointed for life. The new Academy members will be installed on Thursday 8 June. Continue

 

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