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WG1/WG3 Workshop on Dielectric Properties for Novel Medical Devices - Challenges, Innovations and Opportunities: 27-28 April 2016 – Galway, Ireland

NUIG

WG1/WG3 Workshop on Dielectric Properties for Novel Medical Devices –
Challenges, Innovations and Opportunities:
27-28 April 2016 – Galway, Ireland

Meeting Organizer: Martin O’Halloran, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland

Venue: Engineering Building at the National University of Ireland Galway, room number 2052 (2nd floor).

Before the meeting

After the meeting

Martin O’Halloran (NUIG, Ireland): Workshop introduction; Industry Driven Dielectric Studies of Biological Tissue

Paul Anglim (BioInnovate, Ireland): The BioInnovate Programme

Giussepe Ruvio, Jimmy Eaton-­Evans, Jonathan Bouchier-­ Hayes (BioInnovate, Ireland): New applications for microwave treatments in the gastrointestinal tract

Emily Porter (NUIG, Ireland): Sensing Depth & Heterogeneous Tissue Content: Questions & Challenges

Madeleine Lowery (University College Dublin, Ireland): Neural stimulation and recording: Influence of material properties

Dallan Byrne (University of Bristol, United Kingdom): Dielectric Media in Microwave Imaging

Declan O’Loughlin (NUIG, Ireland): Estimating Average Dielectric Properties for Microwave Breast Imaging using Focal Quality Metrics

Atif Shahzad (NUIG, Ireland) Dielectric Properties of Biological Tissue: A Review on the Methods and Challenges

Raquel Conceicao (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal / University of Oxford, United Kingdom): Microwave Imaging of the Axilla to Aid Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Jamie Lunn (Rohde & Schwarz): Introduction into network analysis and calibration

Paul Meaney (Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA / Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden), Andrew Gregory (National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, UK): The effective penetration depth of open-­ended coaxial probes

Mohammad Tajeldin (Kansas State University): Microwave Ablation and associated Dielectric Properties – Modelling, Measurements and Sensitivity Investigation

Ferenc Muranyi (SPEAG; Switzerland): High Precision Dielectric Material Characterization

Oya Beyan: Leveraging Linked Data to improve Dielectric Measurement and Reporting

Alessandra La Gioia (NUIG, Ireland): Confounders in tissue dielectric measurements

Saqib Salahuddin (NUIG, Ireland): Investigation of frequency spacing for dielectric measurements

Ilja Merunka, Ondrej Fiser, Jan Vrba Jr., David Vrba and Jan Vrba (Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic): Complex permittivity measurement of agar phantom at different temperatures

Lourdes Farrugia (University of Malta, Malta): Dielectric measurements programme at the University of Malta: addressing gaps in knowledge

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