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V. N. Du Le, Research Associate McMaster University "Tissue Phantoms for Optical Spectroscopy and Spectral Imaging"

ABSTRACT-Tissue-simulating phantoms with controlled optical properties and/or physiological properties are critical for standardizing and evaluating the performance of optical spectroscopy and optical imaging systems. The selection criteria for the materials of optical phantoms critically depend on the region of spectrum and the target tissues that the technology applies to. The later determines the design parameters for the phantom such as its thickness, heterogeneities/layered structure, container, and machining constraints.

Ningbo Institute of Industrial Technology (CNITECH) - B. Gaulin

Ningbo Institute of Industrial Technology (CNITECH) Chinese Academy of Sciences Solid State Functional Materials Laboratory

Visiting McMaster and BIMR is a group of Chinese scientists from CNITECH,

Minghui YANG (杨明辉), a solid state materials chemist who has a PhD from Edinburgh in solid state materials;

Paul Attfield, post doctoral work at Cornell

Frank DiSalvo describes their research interests as:

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BIMR SEMINAR SERIES - Bruce McCord - Florida International University

Professor Bruce McCord, Professor of Analytical/Forensic Chemistry, Florida International University, Miami, FL

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Dr. Lise Arleth, Structural Biophysics, X-ray and Neutron Science, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

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