- Pasquale Gaudio (University of Rome Tor Vergata)
- Angelo Antonio Tuccillo (ENEA)
- Angelo Ferrario (Quanta System)
62. Imaging the invisible parts of the Earth - ESA’s Swarm mission probing the core, the magnetosphere, and nearly everything in-between
Dr Rune Floberghagen (European Space Agency)
10/3/18, 9:00 AM
ESA's magnetic field and geospace explorer constellation mission Swarm was launched in November 2013 and has ever since delivered on all its promises. In particular, the mission has offered new ways of mapping the rapid dynamics of Earth's outer core, the crystalline mantle, and the magnetisation of the rocks in the lithosphere. Concerning magnetic fields external to the Earth, the mission has...
Dr Mencattini Arianna (Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Univ. of Rome Tor Vergata)
10/3/18, 9:45 AM
Dr pierre-philippe mathieu (ESA)
10/3/18, 11:00 AM
The view from space has forever changed our vision on our home planet, revealing its beauty while pointing at the same time to its inherent fragility. This new perspective from above contributed to the emergence of the concept of Sustainable Development (SD), by convincing many of the need to (better) manage our (rapidly depleting) resources in a sustainable manner that would “meet the needs...
Dr Luca Antonelli (University of York)
10/3/18, 11:30 AM
X-ray phase contrast imaging (XPCI) is an imaging technique based on the phase-shift of an X-ray photon induced by the refractive index. In particular, the phase-shift is related to the real part of X-ray phase contrast imaging (XPCI) is an imaging technique based on the phase_shift of an X-ray photon induced by the refractive index. In particular, the phase-shift is related to the real part...
Nicola Toschi (University of Rome 'Tor Vergata', Harvard Medical School)
10/3/18, 12:00 PM
Single modality neuroimaging has been a cornerstone of clinical as well as research applications in Neurology and Psychiatry (e.g. Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Ataxias, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy just to name a few) as well as in a wide range of other diseases with neurological implications like Primary open angle Glaucoma, Obesity, Diabetes, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome...
Pasquale Delogu (SI)
10/3/18, 12:30 PM
X-ray K-edge Subtraction (KES) Imaging is a procedure based on the acquisition of two images at different energies, one below and one above the K-edge of an element contained in a detail to detect. The technique allows highlighting the detail suppressing the background. Most recent Photon Counting X-ray Detectors (PCXDs) have advanced spectral features, including multiple thresholds and...
Prof. Alexander Oraevsky (TomoWave Laboratories, Inc.)
10/5/18, 4:30 PM
This lecture will discuss recent advances in the development and clinical translation of two-dimensional and three-dimensional laser optoacoustic ultrasonic imaging systems with applications in detection of cancer, guiding surgery and monitoring therapeutic interventions. Specific examples will include in vivo molecular and functional images in small animals and the most recent breakthroughs...