Imaging across the scales
Non-invasive monitoring through imaging of Chemical, Biomedical and materials systems is an enormous challenge, that is currently attracting much attention.
Its vast progress holds great promise for, among others, the development of new chemicals and strategies in medicine and the study of structure and formation process of materials and complex flows in engineering and biology..
During this symposium speakers from different countries and from different application fields will shed their light on what fascinates them in the various imaging techniques.
- Remco Duits - Lie Group Analysis for Medical Image Processing
- Dierk Raabe - Segregation Engineering enabled by the atomic scale imaging of defect structures and their composition in complex materials
- Steve Weiner - Imaging Biological Tissues and Materials in Three Dimensions. A real challenge
- Philip Withers - Gaining inside information. Correlative tomography
And several interesting lectures from PhD's and associate professors.