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Northeastern's CenSSIS announces research agreement with ART Advanced Research Technologies

Northeastern University's Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems (CenSSIS), a National Science Foundation (NSF) Engineering Research Center, and ART Advanced Research Technologies Inc. (ART) (TSE "ARA"), a leading developer of optical and infrared imaging technologies for the detection of anomalies in the medical sector and the electronics industry, are pleased to announce that ART has recently become a business partner and member of CenSSIS.

As a CenSSIS partner, ART will have complete access to, and the ability to leverage, all core research results from CenSSIS thus accelerating ART's development process. ART will play a key role in supporting the basic research and in guiding CenSSIS researchers toward improved medical imaging technologies. Furthermore, as a member of the CenSSIS Industrial Advisory Board, ART will counsel CenSSIS on the strategic direction of its research and educational programs. ART is the first international business to join the network of CenSSIS business partners, which include Raytheon, Mercury Computer Systems, The MathWorks and Lockheed Martin.

"ART's optical imaging technology will be the cornerstone in the validation of the sophisticated physics-based information extraction techniques which are at the heart of the advances being made at CenSSIS", commented Dr. Eric Miller, Associate Professor of electrical and computer engineering at Northeastern University. "Close collaboration between researchers at ART and CenSSIS will provide the type of mutual feedback required to advance the state of the art in the area of tomographic imaging while yielding tangible results that have the potential for having a positive impact on a crucial societal problem: the fight against breast cancer", added Dr. Miller.

"ART is very pleased to be collaborating with CenSSIS", stated Richard Boudreault, Vice President, Research and Development of ART. "As a CenSSIS partner, ART will have access to core intellectual property a
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Contact: Emily Donahue
ed@pr.neu.edu
617-373-5720
Northeastern University
12-Jun-2002


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