Category: Events


Innovations from the Department on Canal+ Discovery channel

On Wednesday 1 March 2017 the episode 5 of the “Inventors of the Future” series will be broadcasted on Canal+ Discovery, which will show innovations developed at the Department of Biomedical Engineering. The movie will present several intelligent solutions focused on health monitoring at home. It will also present a prototype of the smart, multimedia glasses – eGlasses.

Do not miss it !!!

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We are organizing QIRT2016

We are happy to inform that the next edition of the international QIRT Conference on Quantitative InfraRed Thermography will be organized in Gdansk! During the first week of July 2016 (4-8, July 2016) researchers from all over the world will visit Gdansk University of Technology to exchange new innovative ideas related to the field of quantitative analysis of thermal processes.

Scope of the Quantitative InfraRed Thermography Conference:

  • State-of-the-art and evolution in the field of infrared scanners and imaging systems allowing quantitative measurements, and related data acquisition and storing systems.
  • Calibration and characterization of infrared cameras and related problems like certification, standardization, emissivity determination, absorption in media, spurious radiations, three dimensionality of observed objects.
  • Data reduction and image processing related to infrared thermography.
  • Application of infrared thermography to radiometry, thermometry, and physical parameters identification, in all fields: fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, structures and material sciences, non-destructive evaluations, electromagnetism, medicine and biomedical sciences, remote sensing, environment monitoring, industrial processes and other.

The General Chair of the Conference and the Organizing Committee are from the Department of Biomedical Engineering. As organizers we welcome all interested researchers, professionals and students to participate in this great event.

More information at: QIRT’2016 Website