Christoph Salomon received his M.Sc in Biomedical Enginnering from Ilmenau University of Technolgy, Germany, in 2019. He is currently employed as a PhD student within the Embedded Sensor Systems for Health Plus (ESS-H+) project.
Christoph's main research focuses on utilizing microwave technology for early-stage breast cancer detection. His research interests include computational electromagnetics, diffraction theory and dielectric tissue properties.
Retro-Modelling Technique for Permittivity Measurements in the Range from 2.2 to 2.6 GHz for Medical Applications (Nov 2021) Christoph Salomon, Nikola Petrovic, Per Olov Risman 2021 IEEE International Conference on Antenna Measurements and Applications (2021 IEEE CAMA)
Novel Microwave Applicator Design for Tumor Detection Inside the Human Breast (Sep 2021) Christoph Salomon, Nikola Petrovic, Per Olov Risman 18th International Conference on Microwave and High-Frequency Applications (AMPER 2021)
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