CANCELLED!!! Evaluating Prototype Systems for Medical Microwave Imaging and Sensing

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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED!!!

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Microwave imaging has gained considerable attention for biomedical applications, particularly breast imaging. There are a growing number of research groups reporting scans of human subjects collected with prototype systems. This presentation focuses on methods to evaluate the consistency of scanning over time. As microwave imaging systems aim to detect change or identify anomalies, this evaluation is important for understanding the variability of scan results.  Scanning consistency is explored with three different prototype systems designed for two different applications, namely breast imaging and hydration monitoring.

 

Refreshments (coffee & pastries) will be served. The event is free, but places are limited. Please register!

We are attempting to be eco-friendly at our events, and would like to kindly ask you to bring your own reusable coffee cup to reduce our waste!



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  • 817 Sherbrooke Street West
  • Montreal, Quebec
  • Canada H3A 0C3
  • Building: McDonald Engineering Building
  • Room Number: Mech Eng MD267

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  Speakers

Prof. Elise Fear

Prof. Elise Fear

Biography:

Dr. Elise Fear is a Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Calgary.  She completed her training at the Universities of Waterloo (Systems Design Engineering) and Victoria (Electrical Engineering).   Since 2002, Dr. Fear has lead a research team developing new approaches to imaging and sensing with microwaves.  To support this work, she held the AITF iCORE Strategic Chair in Multimodality Imaging and Sensing from 2013-2017.  Her current research interests include development of new sensors for biomedical applications, enhanced algorithms for imaging and monitoring, and prototype system implementation for both industrial and biomedical applications.