Creating and sharing knowledge for telecommunications

Project: Light Field Laser Speckle in Medical Imaging

Acronym: LFLS
Main Objective:
Dynamic speckle is an optical phenomenon used in several applications in Engineering ranging from drying of paints to biomedical imaging diagnosis. In this project, the dynamic pattern extracted from the speckle will be joint with the optical properties of the newly technique of light filed technology to propose a new image modality to assess skin diseases, the Light Field Laser Speckle (LFLS).
The new LFLS will be used to extract texture features and patterns in normal and diseased skin. Moreover, this project will broaden the research line of plenotic imaging in the MSP-Leiria group
Reference: LFLS- UID/EEA/50008/2013
Funding: (confidential)
Start Date: 01-04-2017
End Date: 01-03-2018
Team: Rui Manuel Fonseca Pinto, Sérgio Manuel Maciel de Faria, Pedro Antonio Amado Assunção, Luís Miguel de Oliveira Pegado de Noronha e Távora, Lúcia Filipa Pereira Bento, Francisco Ferreira Cunha
Groups: Multimedia Signal Processing – Lr
Partners: Instituto Politécnico de Leiria
Local Coordinator: Rui Manuel Fonseca Pinto
Associated Publications