The Art of Scientific Imaging - a day of lectures in Cambridge

15 March 2014

10:00 - 17:30

ARTCELL and CRUK Cambridge Institute
Li Ka Shing Centre Robinson Way
United Kingdom

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The Art of Scientific Imaging - a day of lectures in Cambridge', organisers: Ian Wilson, Tony Kaye, Stefanie Reichelt

This event is free to members and non-members to attend, please register following the link at the bottom of the page. This event is also a joint meeting of the RPS Imaging Science, Medical and 3D Imaging and Holography Group.

A great chance to spend a day discovering the art of scientific imaging at the Cambridge Institute as part of the Cambridge Science Festival.

There will also be the chance to have a guided tour of the RPS International Images for Science Exhibition, led by Exhibition Co-ordinator Dr Afzal Ansary ASIS FRPS and one of the five selectors, Gary Evans ASIS FRPS.

10:00 Welcome
10:15 How many pixels do you need & getting your Pixel’s worth - Tony Kaye ASIS FRPS

11:30 Colour Vision - Ken MacLennan-Brown
12:00 High Speed Photography - Gary Evans ASIS FRPS
12:30 Photography in Medicine - Dr Afzal Anzary ASIS FRPS

13:00 lunch and International Images for Science Exhibition
(tours led by Dr Afzal Anzary ASIS FRPS and Gary Evans ASIS FRPS)

14:30 3D/Stereo Imaging - David Burder
15:00 Imaging Nature Evolving - Jim Haseloff

15:30 Tea

16:00 Art and Science - Stefanie Reichelt
16:30 Developing the imaging tools of tomorrow - Brad Amos

17:00 Q&A with speakers
17:30 End

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Image: © Nicole Ottawa, Coffea : 2012


If you are a member of one of the Special Interest groups participating and have a specific question relating to the group or this event - please click on one of the links below to email:

Imaging Science

3D and Holography


Opening times

Parking will be free on the day, courtesy of the Science Festival. Please see information pack for a map of the car park location.

Stefanie Reichelt
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Region: East AngliaGroup(s): Imaging Science, Medical