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Biomedical photoacoustic imaging: physics, technology and applications

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10:00 – 17:00 23 May 2013
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Room B3, School of Biology, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD

Speakers: Professor Paul Beard (UCL)

Light and sound meet in an extraordinary number of experimental techniques covering areas from basic research in Physics to testing cutlery. The number of emerging techniques, especially for medicine and the life sciences, has mushroomed in recent years.

This one day meeting aims to bring research working on combined use of light and ultrasound from across the disciplines together to explore and share the myriad of applications and techniques available.

This meeting aims to share expertise from the different research communities involved with the combined use of light and sound.

This conference is open to all areas involving combining the use of light and sound including:

Photoacoustics / Ultrasound modulated optical tomography / Novel contrast agents e.g. nanoparticles, microbubbles / Nano-acoustics, PS ultrasonics and phononics / NDE/T / Sensing / Laser ultrasonics /Optical detection and optical generation of ultrasound / Non linearity

Abstracts of approximately 100-150 words should be submitted to the organisers by Wednesday 1 May

Event type: Meeting
Organised by: IOP Optical Group and IOP Physical Acoustic Group
Contact details: Organiers: Prof Matt Clark (matt.clark@nottingham.ac.uk) and Prof Steve Morgan (Steve.Morgan@nottingham.ac.uk).

To register, please email, eleanor.jennings@nottingham.ac.uk

http://www.iop.org/activity/groups/subject/opt/calendar/info/file_59900.pdf


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