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Prof Adam Gibson
3.05 (MPBE) and 4.07 (ISH)
UCL Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
UCL Institute of Sustainable Heritage
London
WC1E 6BT
Appointment
  • Professor of Medical Physics
  • Dept of Med Phys & Biomedical Eng
  • Faculty of Engineering Science
  • Institute of Sustainable Heritage Professor
  • Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources
  • Faculty of the Built Environment
Biography

I am a Professor of Medical Physics with a secondment as a Professor of Heritage Science. My group’s main research is based around solving imaging problems by intelligent use of multimodal data.

In medical physics, my main research area is in developing diffuse optical tomography for functional brain imaging of adults and children, building upon my previous research, which led to the first 3D electrical impedance images of adult brain function and the first 3D optical tomography images of the neonatal head. I also have research interest in radiotherapy and broader medical imaging.

In heritage science, I am applying imaging techniques to aspects of heritage imaging with the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities and Institute for Sustainable Heritage. Predominantly, this has involved multispectral imaging and hyperspectral imaging.
Research Summary

I have received >£2.0M in grant income as Principal Inves-gator on 17 grants and >£4.0M as Co-Investigator on 12 grants. I have held an EPSRC Advanced Research Fellowship and an EPSRC Challenging Engineering Award.

I am an author on >70 papers in peer-reviewed journals and >100 conference proceedings, with contributions in medical imaging (optical, impedance, terahertz and x-ray), radiotherapy (proton therapy and optical dosimetry), heritage science and education.
Teaching Summary


2017         SFHEA
2016-        Lecturer on ENGS102P (Scientific Method)
2014-19      Tutor to students on BEng/MEng in Engineering (Biomedical)
2013-17      Programme Director and development lead for BEng/MEng Engineering (Biomedical)
2011-        Module organiser and lecturer on MPHY0005 (Physics of the Human Body)
2010-17      Creator, module organiser and lecturer on MPHYGB27 (Computing in Medicine)
2010-13      Departmental Tutor on BSc/MSci Natural Sciences programme
2008-        Lecturer on MHY0017 (Mathematical Methods in Medical Physics)
2005-        Lecturer on MPHY0038 (Treatment with ionising radiation)
2004-        Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education















Academic Background
2017 SFHEA ATQ04 - Recognised by the HEA as a Senior Fellow – Teaching and Learning in Higher Education University College London
1999 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Medical Physics University of London
1996 MSc Master of Science – Medical Physics University of Exeter
1994 BSc Hons Bachelor of Science (Honours) – Physics with Medical Physics Cardiff University
03-0 CLTHE_1 Certificate in Learning and Teaching in HE Part 1 – Academic studies in Higher Education University College London
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