Between presentations and renowned speakers filmed for online audiences, and on-site highlights, interviews and testimonials, our video content is collectively known as MediSens TV. Explore our content and get a flavour of our previous events.
Highlights and interviews from MediSens 2016, held in London on 12-14 December
Event highlights and testimonials from attendees
See the speakers and hear from the various event delegates and exhibition sponsors about what they thought about the inaugural MediSens conference, held in London in December 2016.
Interview with ON Semi
Alex Lawrence-Berkeley chatted to ON Semiconductor’s Rupinder Grewal about the company’s activities in semiconductor development for medical devices.
Interview with Hamamatsu
Sense Media’s Alex Lawrence-Berkeley chatted to Hamamatsu’s Richard Harvey about photonic sensors and their uses in medical imaging.
Presentations from MediSens 2016
As the value of presentations is only found in their being shared, we published these on to YouTube and include them here for interest. As these videos were filmed as part of a CPD-accredited event, they can be cited as evidence of learning.
Digital X-ray image quality – What is important?
An overview of research and development into molecular imaging
Advances in (digital) single-photon detectors for PET
Computing Tomography using a proton therapy beam: The Pravda collaboration
What’s going on in the world of solid state medical imaging?
Advances in CMOS Wafer scale imagers for medical imaging
How CMOS can be further leveraged to advance medical imaging
Use of hybrid-organic X ray detectors to improve digital flat panel X ray detectors
Medical endoscopic imaging and requirements for future image sensor design
Miniature camera modules for visualization in micro invasive surgery
Advances in cardiac imaging: what it means for the future possibilities of X ray technology
Disease diagnosis in the distal lung using time-resolved CMOS single photon detector arrays
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