Ellumen’s science team is excited to announce that the team had a paper for poster presentation accepted for the 6th International Workshop on Computational Human Phantoms (CP-2017), which will be held August 28-30, 2017, in Annapolis, MD, USA, at the Loews Hotel. The main sponsor of the event is The Consortium of Computational Human Phantoms (CCHP). Updates on developments for computational human phantoms are expected along with discussion of applications in computational modeling and simulations for biomedical imaging, radiation dosimetry, treatment planning, and regulatory submissions.
Ellumen’s Breakthrough Research Supports Rapid 2-D and 3-D Scans
Ellumen’s science team's microwave imaging research, titled "A Phase Confocal Method for Near-Field Microwave Imaging" was published in the esteemed IEEE organization's "IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques" Vol PP Issue 99 on January 2, 2017. Ellumen’s research was validated after a rigorous jury review and is now available to the greater community, for reuse, via the IEEE website.
Ellumen Inc. Innovates Technology to Improve the Capabilities of Healthcare Professionals
Since 2009, Ellumen’s independent research and development (IR&D) branch, Celadon Inc., has been conducting basic and applied research to innovate healthcare technology. Ellumen’s goal is to accelerate the development and commercialization of advanced technologies to enhance the lives of current and future customers. Over the summer of 2016, Ellumen Inc. added three new patents to its current portfolio which includes a broad range of new technologies in telecommunication and medical diagnostics for improving patient health. The innovation in these patents promotes healthy, resilient communities and provides advanced tools to healthcare professionals. Although the technology involved in each of these three patents is unique, they all stand to transform health care delivery and community health in different, but equally beneficial ways:
Congratulations to inventors and Ellumen Team Members Todd McCollough and Bill McCollough on securing the patent for “Dielectric Encoding of Medical Images”, issued by the USPTO. The issued patent is an innovative method which will allow physicians to be able to easily interpret medical images created using microwave scattering data. This technique provides a cost effective approach to encoding dielectric images into familiar forms so that training, diagnostic hardware, or software is not required by those in the medical community to interpret these images. Great job Todd and Bill! We look forward to future innovations and scientific discoveries from them and other Ellumen team members!