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Hana Dobsicek Trefna- now senior lecturer

On Monday 24 September Hana Dobsicek Trefna held a lecture in connection with her promotion to senior lecturer (docent) at the department of Electrical Engineering at Chalmers. Her lecture was titled “Microwave hyperthermia, an emergent weapon in the war on cancer”. What is your main point in your promotion lecture, Hana? – In my lecture…
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Microwave system can aid early point-of-care diagnosis by showing localization and size of intracranial haemorrhage after stroke or trauma

https://youtu.be/jpbE6R5e2OI -We believe that such information about localization and approximate size of bleedings, provided by the microwave device in a point-of-care situation, is an important development, says Mikael Elam. It can facilitate the clinical acceptance of a microwave-based diagnosis, by enabling a direct comparison to the clinical symptoms of the patient.    Principles for microwave…
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Paul Meaney elected Fellow of IEEE

​From January 2018 Paul Meaney, Professor in microwave imaging for biomedical applications, is elected IEEE Fellow for his contributions to microwave tomography and its translation to clinical use. ​IEEE Fellow is the highest grade of membership in the world’s largest technical professional organization, given to persons with an outstanding record of accomplishments in any of…
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