Gdansk University of Technology researchers joins the consortium of the European BE-LIGHT project 

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Researchers from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Gdansk University of Technology have found themselves in the consortium of the European BE-LIGHT project. The undertaking aims to develop medical diagnostic methods using machine learning and photonics. 

Research topics include the development of diagnostic methods for the detection of visual disorders and diseases of the fundus of the eye, optical imaging methods for the heart using fluorescent dyes, work on the link between biophysical modelling and machine learning methods in the problem of arrhythmia and cardiac defibrillation, and the development of super-resolution methods in microscopy, and much more.

The international consortium carrying out the project consists of seven academic institutions, including two Polish universities and three hospitals, with complementary expertise in photonics, microscopy, artificial intelligence and clinical research.

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