Anders P Kaestner
Topic: Neutron tomography techniques/applications
Anders Kaestner is a beamline scientist at the cold neutron imaging beamline (ICON) at Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland, since 2008. He studied computer systems engineering with specialization to mechatronics at Halmstad University, Sweden. The work with imaging and image processing was continued with a Ph.D. in Signal Processing at Chalmers Institute of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, in 2002. During his post-doctoral fellowship in the soil physics group at ETH, he started to work with tomography techniques for porous media. He has authored and coauthored more 100 publications related to imaging with applications in materials science, geology, and cultural heritage. Special fields of interest are computed tomography and image enhancement, in particular with applications using neutron imaging in porous media research. He is currently a board member of the international society for neutron radiology.
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