Por António Silva (IA).
Por Pedro Almeida (Departamento de Física e IBEB - Instituto de Biofísica e Engenharia Biomédica / Ciências ULisboa).
Sumário: Na última metade do século 20, o advento da Tomografia por Emissão de Positrões (PET) e da Ressonância Magnética Nuclear (RMN) revolucionaram a imagem médica in vivo.
A PET tornou-se uma valiosa ferramenta de investigação tendo migrado rapidamente para a clínica, sendo sido seguida pela RMN alguns anos depois.
Speaker: Artem Ryabov, Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Department of Macromolecular Physics
Speaker: Jules Morand.
Por Nuno Leonardo (LIP).
Por Chase Austyn Brisbois (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University, USA).
Por João Coelho (LOLS, IBEB).
Abstract: The development of optical models of the human eye and their implementation in optical design software creates effective ways to simulate the eye’s behavior under different conditions and to introduce and analyze the effect of other optical elements. This potentially helps us to develop new optical techniques for studying the eye as well as to simulate more complex situations such as laser dazzle.
Por Troy Shinbrot (Rutgers University).
Abstract: Granular flows are encountered in applications ranging from engineering to astrophysics to biology. In many of these applications, grains spontaneously and unexpectedly form well defined morphologies. In this talk, I will describe a few examples, including the separation of sand and boulders on near earth asteroids, and the emergence of structured patterns in biological cells.
Por Rodrigo Coelho (DF-CFTC, UL).
Por José Manuel Rebordão.
From the Press release
“… for groundbreaking inventions in the field of laser physics”.
The inventions being honoured this year have revolutionised laser physics. Extremely small objects and incredibly rapid processes are now being seen in a new light. Advanced precision instruments are opening up unexplored areas of research and a multitude of industrial and medical applications.