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Detecting Trace Impurities in Biological Tissues


  • Techniques for imaging impurities in biological tissues, which are based on solving inverse-scattering problems, computed tomography, and on the thermoacoustic effect.
  • Software for early cancer detection and treatment.
  • Physical and mathematical models for various phenomena, which permits the interpretation of obtained experimental data and the creation of computing algorithms and the software.

Innovative Aspect and Main Advantages

  • Solves direct 2D problems of scattering by transparent inhomogeneous inclusions in a plane-stratified layer.
  • Solves inverse scattering problems and applies them to problems of nondestructive testing industrial products and remote sensing natural media.
  • Solves inverse problems of reconstruction of the permittivity profile of inhomogeneous multilayered bodies illuminated by a plane or a cylindrical wave, which are needed for applying the theoretical results to measurements.

Areas of Application

Medical research

Fig. 1 Complete set of microwave devices for
automatically measuring the electric
permittivity of single-crystal materials and
the characteristics of medical and
biological objects.

Fig. 2 Display of the program output.

Stage of Development

Joint venture to develop software and devices for detecting trace impurities in biological tissues

Contact Details

Professor Ilya Zalyubovsky
Professor Dmitry Batrakov
Kharkiv V. Karazin National University
Kharkiv, Ukraine
Tel: +380 57 707 52 57
Fax: +380 57 705 12 61
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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