Diffuse optical tomography for tumour detection
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Time-resolved diffuse optical tomography aims to reconstruct images for internal parts of a body (diffusive objects owning one or several inclusions, small animals, ...) from its boundary measures.
This poster gives an overview of the experimental setup created by the ICube/IMIS team and the mathematical model used for the reconstruction. Numerical results are obtained using FEEL++, a C++ library for finite element methods.