Imaging
Biomedical Engineering

image: Three-dimensional rendering of a microCT scan of a human femur.

Three-dimensional rendering of a microCT scan of a human femur.


image: SwRI has live cell imaging capabilities to support project work.

SwRI has live cell imaging capabilities to support project work.

The field of medical imaging has exploded during the past decade, and Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) engineers are at the forefront of developing new technologies, such as Raman microscopy, as well as creating novel applications of existing technologies. Image processing algorithms are written for specific applications.

Infrared -- Keith Bartels, Ph.D.

X-ray -- Keith Bartels, Ph.D.

Endoscopy -- Keith Bartels, Ph.D.

Ultrasound -- Keith Bartels, Ph.D.

Fluorescence -- Jian Ling, Ph.D.

Raman -- Jian Ling, Ph.D.

Thermal -- Keith Bartels, Ph.D.

Spectroscopy -- Keith Bartels, Ph.D.. and Jian Ling, Ph.D.

Related Terminology

microscopy  • medical imaging  •  imaging equipment  •  rapid prototype  • biomedical engineering  •  biomedical technology  • medical device  •  biotechnology  • in vivo  •  fluid dynamics  • MEMS  • magnetic catheter  •  piezoelectric  • ultrasound  • biological acoustics

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04/15/14