Electromagnetic inverse scattering (EIS) is a technique that is used to obtain information about an object from the scattered electromagnetic field measuered outside the object. This project develops new EIS techniques applicable to a wide range of areas such as medical imaging, landmine detection, remote sensing, radar target identification, resource exploration, and non-destructive testing.
|Effective start/end date||01/05/1998 → 01/01/9999|
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