Welcome to the radiation measurements and imaging research homepage in the NERS Department at the University of Michigan. The goal of this page is to bring together the various research projects that are focused on advancements in radiation measurements and imaging.
In general, research in radiation measurements and imaging is aimed at improving the instruments and methods available in the detection and spectroscopy of ionizing radiation. The primary goal is that this research can enhance the available options for the detection of radiation in a wide range of applications: homeland security, medical and industrial applications, and scientific research. More specifically, the major research is concentrated on detector developments, methods in digital signal processing, and creating more advanced imaging systems through the use of theoretical and experimental techniques.
Click on the underlined links above to view pages for specific areas and projects, pictures related to this field, and other related links.
If you have any questions for anyone in the group, please feel free to email at firstname.lastname@example.org.