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Microwaves are non-ionizing and hence less interfering with biological tissues than x-rays. For this reason microwave imaging in biomedicine is a potential method for mass-screening (mammography). At the same time, microwave sensing is a modality with higher dynamic signal response compared to x-rays, which is a further reason to investigate microwave imaging as a modality for biomedical applications. This project investigates how microwave imaging can be applied for this reason, focusing on measurement techniques and inverse algorithm development.
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|Antenna Modeling Issues in Quantitative Image Reconstruction Using a Flexible Microwave Tomography System, Nikola Petrovic, Tommy Henriksson (Gunnarsson), Magnus Otterskog, Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium 2010 Cambridge, p 861-866, The Electromagnetics Academy 777 Concord Avenue, Suite 207 Cambridge, MA 02138, Boston, July, 2010|
|Permittivity Measurements with a Resonant Cavity to Develop Human Tissue Phantoms for Microwave Imaging, Nikola Petrovic, Magnus Otterskog, The 8th International Conference on Electromagnetic Wave Interaction with Water and Moist Substances, Helsinki, June, 2009|
|Robot Controlled Data Acquisition System for Microwave Imaging, Nikola Petrovic, Tommy Henriksson (Gunnarsson), Nadine Joachimowicz (Supélec), Magnus Otterskog, 3rd European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, p 3356-3360, VDE Verlag GMBH, Berlin, March, 2009|