Interested in a world you've never seen before?
In the rapid and tiny aspects of every-day life you've never noticed?
Like breaking crackers? Flying mosquitos? Pesticide droplets? Fish swimming in near darkness?
These and many more processes show rapid transitions with great speed. Up to now you only noticed the final effect of the transition and could not observe these processes in great detail in time.
Recently, Wageningen University & Research, Shared Research Facilities (CAT-AgroFood) invested in 2 different high-speed camera setups (3D and high-intensity), which offer the possibility to investigate these and many more processes of change in great detail.
Lectures will introduce the possibilities and first scientific results, followed by a short live demonstration of the cameras.
|15.00 hr||Receipt, registration|
|15.15 hr||Welcome by CAT-AgroFood|
|15.20-15.35||Research possibilities and plans, prof dr ir J van Leeuwen|
|15.40-16.00||High-speed 3D camera tracking of zebrafish larvae, ir Kees Voesenek|
|16.00-16.20||High-speed 3D camera tracking of fruit flies and mosquitoes, dr Florian Muijres|
|16.20-16.50||Demonstration with high-speed 3D camera tracking system and image intensifier, ir Remco Pieters|
Everyone from Wageningen University & Research and other organisations is welcome to join the seminar. Please register before September 19th by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org