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X-ray imagery in art and medicine: Australian and Italian experts meet in Trieste

Synchrotron Radiation X-ray Imaging for Sciences and Cultural Heritage

ICTP, Adriatico Guesthouse
Trieste, 15-16 May, 2012

It was concluded the two-day Italian-Australian meeting organized by Sincrotrone Trieste S.C.p.A. dedicated to X-ray technology and its applications in the artistic, cultural, and life sciences fields.
This event, which aims to further strengthen the close scientific cooperation ties between Italy and Australia, began with welcoming remarks from the President of Sincrotrone Trieste Carlo Rizzuto and the Honorary Consul of Australia in Venice, Massimo Colomban.
Elettra is renowned in the international scientific community for its work on medical imaging techniques, and particularly for the synchrotron light mammography technique, which was developed for the first time ever in Trieste. Australian experts, on the other hand, have made major contributions to digital technologies for X-ray image analysis. 

  

on the left: a moment of the workshop
on the right: Carlo Rizzuto, President of Sincrotrone Trieste, and Massimo Colomban, Honorary Consul of Australia in Venice 

(ph. Roberto BarnabĂ )


 

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 09:55