Network

Objectives

The network targets the possible LED based multi-spectral microscopic and macroscopic imaging applications in biomedical diagnosis such as parasite (especially Malaria) detection of blood cells, skin cancer detection, etc. and the study of health conditions and environmental effects on agricultural products and vegetation through the collaboration within and the outside of the network. To achieve those targets, being in this this network intend to:

  • Improvement and customizations (software/hardware) of the microscopic imaging system
  • Share expertise to open new areas for investigations and to support each other to solve problems
  • Sharing results and experience to improve total productivity

Support

The network is financially supported by the International Science Program of Uppsala University, Sweden and Technical & academic support is given by the Applied Molecular Spectroscopy and Remote Sensing group of the Lund University, Sweden.

Partner institutes / groups

International Science Programs,
Uppsala University Sweden

Laser and Fibre Optics Centre,
University of Cape Coast,
Ghana

Department of Physics,
University of Nairobi,
Kenya

Department of Physics Faculty of Science and Techniques, University of Cheikh, Anta Diop Dakar, Senegal

University of Ouagadougou,
Burkina Faso

Applied molecular spectroscopy and remote sensing group,
Atomic Physics,
Lund University

Institut National Polytechnique Felix Houphouet-Boigny, Laboratoire d‘ Instrumentation, Image et Spectroscopie, Cote d‘ Ivoire

FAST,
Department of Chemistry,
University of Bamako,
Mali

Centre for Instrument Development,
University of Colombo,
Sri Lanka

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