Ingeborg Beckers is an experimental physicist and represents the field of optics, imaging and image processing as a professor of medical physics at the Berlin University of Applied Sciences since 2005.
She received her PhD in semiconductor physics from Philipps University Marburg and worked at the Helmholtz Center for Materials and Energy in the field of correlation of optical and electrical properties of materials for solar cell research.
At the Berlin University of Applied Sciences, she heads the Laboratory for Optics and Laser Technology. Here she conducted research projects on microscopy with extended depth of field (EDF-Mic, Holo-Mic), on optical coherence tomography (QM-ROCT, BeCRF), and repairable medical devices for use in low-resource environments (remo2hbo), where image reconstruction and automated analysis and recognition of characteristic image features are central aspects of her research.
Inge is particularly interested in projects where AI is applied for sustainability. Her current research project, which Inge is conducting together with Frank Haußer, is dedicated to the development of an AI-based multisensor system for insect classification (KInsekt).
Current PhDs with a focus in Data Science:
Josef Kauer-Bonin “Development and evaluation of quality features for OCT image assessment"
Danja Brandt “Automated image-based investigation of structural dimensions during bone matrix formation”
Anne Bias “Development of a multi-modal intelligent imaging technology for the analysis of tissue pathologies”
… with focus in Medical Optical Methods:
Wjascheslaw Liublin "Analyzing the link between mucus physical properties and parasite and host metabolism in nematode infections using fluorescence lifetime imaging"
Anna-Lena Klein "Establishment of dermal microdialysis in a porcine skin model to study the influence of the hair follicle on the penetration of topically applied substances"