International school for young researchers
«Short-range radars and their applications in medicine»
International school for young researchers “Short-range radars and their applications in medicine” focuses on the development of fundamental and applied microwave methods that can be used for solving various medical problems.
The school aims at determining the main promising areas and formalizing scientific and applied problems related to the development of theoretical and engineering foundations of microwave imaging and bioradars, as well as consolidating efforts of young scientists, postgraduate students, engineers and experts who are interested in methods, tools, technologies, signal processing systems in biomedical applications.
Within the framework of the International school for young researchers, plenary presentations by famous world-class scientists will be organized, as well as oral and poster presentations by young scientists about various aspects of the development of scientific and technical bases of microwaves usage in medicine. In addition, as a part of the school, master classes and round tables for discussing common problems of the development of this research field will be held.
International school for young researchers: “Short-range radars and their applications in medicine” is supported by the Russian Science Foundation within the framework of the project # 15‑19‑30012 «Development of new methods of acquiring, processing, and visualizing radar signals and images in surface-penetrating multistatic radar».
The working languages of School are Russian and English.
The site of international school for young researchers: "Registration of subsurface targets by short-range radar" is available on http://school2016.rslab.ru/.