The RADDESS Academy Programme organizes its Closing Seminar on 22 June 2022 at 9.45-19 as a hybrid event in Helsinki and online. Please find the programme of the Seminar below!
The seminar stream can be followed live on 22 June here: RADDESS Academy Programme Closing Seminar | Enchant
RADDESS (Radiation Detectors for Health, Safety and Security) Academy programme researches novel device-driven and functional radiation detection systems in areas of health and safety. The programme supports the creation of new technology that combines data from multiple sources.
The RADDESS Academy Programme Final seminar provides an excellent possibility to get an overview of the scientific results of the whole programme. Importantly, we will additionally have a keynote presentation by Heidi Ottevaere from Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). See below for more information about professor Ottevaere.
You’re warmly welcome to join the event at Sokos Hotel Tripla in Pasila, Helsinki or follow the event stream online. By attending the seminar physically in Helsinki, you will have a great opportunity to meet other researchers from universities and research institutes to discuss sensors, sensor physics and systems, electromagnetics, photonics and quantum physics. The seminar is free of charge.
The seminar is targeted primarily at researchers in the field of sensor-related physics, photonics, and electromagnetics and sensor systems. The seminar could well be of interest also to industrial players and start-up companies in sensors and sensor development. Any other researchers or parties interested in the topic and the general public are also welcome to attend.
Learn more about the RADDESS Academy Programme at www.aka.fi/raddess.
9:45-10:00 Opening, Leena Ukkonen, chair of steering group
10:00-10:45 Morning session I: Project presentations (3)
In-vivo imaging device based on biophotonic implants, Professor Mika Lastusaari, University of Turku (15 min)
Flexible, high-sensitivity UV and X-ray radiation detectors enabled by high-resolution-printing of metal oxide phototransistors (FLEXRAD), Jaakko Leppäniemi, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. (15 min)
Quantum-Enhanced Detection, Gheorghe-Sorin Paraoanu, Aalto University (15 min)
Coffee break (30 min)
11:15-12:30 Morning session II: Project presentations (5)
Superior IR imaging via hydrogenated germanium nanostructures (HydroGer), Dr. John Fung, Aalto University (15 min)
Assessment of the Graft Rejection Using Millimeter Waves (AGRUM), Professor Zachary Taylor, Aalto University (15 min)
Hyperpolarised MRI of Porous Silicon nanoparticles for low-field intracranial imaging (HyPSi), Postdoctoral Researcher Konstantin Tamarov, University of Eastern Finland (15 min)
Layered 2D Materials Based THZ Spectroscopy and Imaging, Andrey Generalov, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. (15 min)
Hyperspectral Stokes polarization imaging for detection of biotissues abnormalities (HyperStokes), Aliaksandr Bykau, University of Oulu (15 min)
Lunch break (45 min)
13:15-14:45 Afternoon session
13:15-13:45 Keynote: Professor Heidi Ottevaere, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
13:45-14:45 Afternoon session I: Project presentations (4)
Ultrasensitive bolometers for security applications (BOLOSE), Docent Kirsi Tappura, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. (15 min)
UNIDET - Universal electromagnetic radiation detector, MSc Jussi Rossi, University of Tampere (15 min)
MEMS-based Intrafraction Motion Tracking for PET/CT and Radiotherapy (MINMOTION), Eero Lehtonen, University of Turku
Multispectral photon-counting for medical imaging and beam characterization, Docent Erik Brücken, University of Helsinki (15 min)
Coffee break (30 min)
15:15-16:20 Afternoon session II: Project presentations (4)
Single-photon detector array for simultaneous label-free Raman and fluorescence lifetime spectroscopy, Post-doctoral Researcher Jere Kekkonen, University of Oulu (15 min)
Nanotheranostics based on light, Dr. Meghdoot Mozumder, University of Eastern Finland (15 min)
Compact Millimeter-wave Radiometers - MilliRAD, Dr. Pekka Pursula, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. (15 min)
Spectral Imaging of Complex Surface Tomographies (SICSURFIS), Associate Professor Ilkka Pölönen, University of Jyväskylä (15 min)
16:15-16.20 Closing, Leena Ukkonen, chair of steering group
16:20-18:30 Snacks and refreshments
Prof. Dr Ir. Heidi Ottevaere is a professor at the Faculty of Engineering of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) since October 2009. Since 2019 Heidi chairs the Applied Physics and Photonics Department of the Faculty of Engineering that is responsible for the Photonics Education Curriculum at VUB. She is responsible for the Instrumentation and Metrology platform at the Photonics Innovation Center (https://www.b-phot.org/research/technical-infrastructure) and for the research unit ‘biophotonics’ of the Brussels Photonics Team B-PHOT chaired by Prof. Hugo Thienpont. She is coordinating and working on multiple research and industrial projects focusing on the design, fabrication and characterization of different types of photonic components and systems in the field of biophotonics, interferometry, holography and imaging. She graduated from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in 1997 as an electrotechnical engineer with majors in Photonics and received her PhD degree in Applied Sciences in 2003 from the same university.
More details on https://www.b-phot.org/team/heidi-ottevaere
- Saila Seppo, Programme Manager, tel. +358 295 335 109
- Tommi Laitinen, Programme Manager, tel. +358 295 335 057
- Tiina Neuvonen, Coordinator, tel. +358 295 335 076
Our email addresses are in the format firstname.lastname(at)aka.fi.