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Revolutionary new light sensing solution

With its innovative fast gated, ultra-high quantum efficiency single-photon sensor, the fastMOT project will enable the imaging of deep body structures and the monitoring of body functions.

100x improvement of signal-to-noise ratio

Implemented in the new Multifunctional Optical Tomograph, the light sensor will achieve a 100x improvement of signal-to-noise ratio compared to using existing light sensors.

Higher accuracy of non-invasive diagnosis

The proposed MOT has the potential to significantly improve the accuracy of non-invasive diagnosis and will make it possible to monitor body functions such as oxygenation, haemodynamics or perfusion.


Interview with Monique Gevers

“Sometimes you just have to take the plunge without overthinking” In our series #WomeninScience, we will hear from the female scientific staff working on fastMOT, telling us about their[…]

First tests on newly installed superconducting nanowire detector

It’s time for the first tests on the newly installed superconducting nanowire detector at PoliMi!  We have started to test the detector on liquid phantoms and in-vivo measurements to[…]

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Six partners from five different countries have joined forces in the fastMOT project.



The project consortium is composed of six partners:

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