Formulation of standards for experimental and numerical procedures used to evaluate the exposure of human head in electromagnetic radiation of mobile phones. Design of mobile phone antennas and device structures in order to minimize human head exposure.
Development of an integrated system for CT data archiving, management and diagnosis support, enabling also telematic cooperation between remote users. The system provides DICOM compatible tools for digital image processing and database management of CT images. The software features algorithms for image pre-processing, tools for manual or semi-automatic segmentation, automatic calculation of geometrical features, and three-dimensional (3D) visualization of organs or selected regions of interest.
Biomedical effects of electromagnetic fields, with emphasis on the mobile phone users. Application of electromagnetic waves in medicine.
The project scope was on the one hand the "virtualisation" of the complete treatment planning procedure, and on the other hand to make the virtual patient available of different sites than those of its physical location, thus allowing telematics co-operation of radio-oncology centres. The project efforts have been focused on developing the innovative telematics tasks and implementing these on existing professional and commercially available technology.
Optimization of mobile phone antenna and device structure in order to minimize the exposure of human head to electromagnetic radiation. Application of numerical simulation methods in combination with measurements on biological tissue phantoms.
European standardization of procedures based on computational and experimental techniques for the assessment of human exposure to the electromagnetic radiation of mobile communication terminal equipment.