San Francisco, 28/01 – 02/02, 2023.
iToBoS project was presented at the SPIE Photonics West conference, an annual event that brings together researchers, scientists, and engineers from around the world who work on a wide range of photonics-related technologies and applications.
For researchers in the field of early detection of melanoma, SPIE Photonics West is an important event for a number of reasons.
Firstly, SPIE Photonics West is a great opportunity for researchers to stay up-to-date on the latest developments and innovations in the field of early melanoma detection. With a wide range of technical sessions, workshops, and exhibitions, the conference covers a wide range of topics that are relevant to melanoma detection, including imaging technologies, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. By attending SPIE Photonics West, researchers can learn about the latest advances and techniques that are being developed for early melanoma detection, and can get a sense of where the field is headed in the future.
Secondly, SPIE Photonics West is an excellent opportunity for researchers to network and collaborate with other scientists and engineers who are working on similar problems. With thousands of attendees from around the world, the conference provides a unique forum for researchers to share ideas, discuss challenges, and explore potential partnerships and collaborations. By networking with others in the field, researchers can expand their knowledge, build new connections, and potentially open up new opportunities for research and development.
Finally, SPIE Photonics West is an important venue for researchers to showcase their work and share their findings with the broader scientific community. With numerous opportunities to present papers, posters, and demonstrations, the conference is a great platform for researchers to share their work with others, get feedback and criticism, and potentially attract funding and other resources.
In conclusion, SPIE Photonics West is an important event for researchers in the field of early detection of melanoma, as it provides a forum for staying up-to-date on the latest developments, networking with others in the field, and showcasing their work. By attending SPIE Photonics West, researchers can enhance their knowledge, build new connections, and potentially advance their careers in the field of early melanoma detection.
In January 2023 iToBoS researcher Lennart Jütte from Leibniz University of Hannover contributed to SPIE Photonics West with two presentations in the field of polarimetry and melanoma imaging.
First presentation: Mueller matrix polarimetry for in vivo scar tissue diagnostics
Second presentation: True digital hair removal with real value inpainting for improved dermoscopy based on image fusion
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