Join the Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems (CenSSIS) this October for its annual Research and Industrial Collaboration Conference. The goal of this two-day conference is to foster in-depth dialog between members of the academic, industrial and government communities.

This year's conference will focus on two very valuable topics. Day One of the RICC will spotlight Research and Development Contract Procurement through Center-Industry Teaming. While Day Two will consist of two special sessions on Biomedical Imaging Research and Technology.

Visit the CenSSIS website for details about the Center's mission and research, or view a selection of Center publications.

The only microscope of its type in the world, The Keck 3D Fusion Microscope was developed by CenSSIS and allows the imaging of samples with at least 5 different modalities (DIC, CRM, LSCM, TPLSM, and QTM) on the same stage.

View Student Poster Presentations from last year's RICC.


   Center for Subsurface Sensing
   and Imaging Systems

   360 Huntington Avenue
   Stearns Center, Suite 302
   Boston, MA 02115
   p. 617.373.5110
   f. 617.373.8627

   Event Contact:
   Brian Loughlin


CenSSIS is a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center.
This site was supported in part by the Engineering Research Centers Program of the
National Science Foundation (Award # EEC-9986821)