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Helmholtz Imaging Modalities
A type of imaging technique that utilizes a certain physical mechanism to measure a quantity. Imaging modalities can be categorized by the method in which images are generated (ultrasound, light, electrons, lasers, X-rays, ultrasound, nuclear magnetic resonance, etc) and by some imaging particularity. For example, X-ray could include X-ray microtomography, X-ray crystallography and X-ray spectroscopy.
The object of study of a scientific field or a research field.
A device used for making measurements, alone or in conjunction with one or more supplementary devices. A set of instruments belonging to the same platform can be grouped in a facility.
As Helmholtz Imaging is founded by the Helmholtz association, only the eighteen Helmholtz centers are referenced in the database. In case of missing center, please contact our Helmholtz Imaging Service Team at DESY Hamburg.
A lab is a collection of scientists, usually working in a team, usually at the same place having a teamleader. Here a lab can also be a virtual lab, being a consortium of people collaborating.
A set of instruments combined to form an scientific or administrative unit.
All members of any of the Helmholtz Centers working with images, or on the development of methods for image processing or analysis, or are just interested in scientific imaging are considered Helmholtz Imaging Experts.
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