An exciting evening was experienced by the guests on March 9, 2022 in the Hall of Honor of the Deutsches Museum, in Munich. It is the world's largest museum of science and technology, which regularly offers an extensive accompanying program on current research topics. In her presentation "Infrared sensing as a new monitor of health", Dr. Mihaela Žigman, Research Director at CMF and head of the BIRD (Broadband Infrared Diagnostics) research group in the attoworld team, gave insights and outlooks into the field of her research area on molecular fingerprint detection and analysis.
She explained to the interested audience how ultrashort pulse laser technology can be used in the future in medical applications for early diagnosis of diseases such as cancer and highlighted first promising research results. She also provided a detailed presentation of the large-scale Lasers4Life and H4H (Health for Hungary) studies in Germany and Hungary. A question and answer session at the end of the lecture showed the great interest of the audience and brought the informative evening to a successful close.
The presentation in German can be viewed on the YouTube channel of the Deutsches Museum:
"Infrared sensing as a new monitor of health"