ASE Optics is one of the members of the consortium created to develop an optical sensor, called SKINSENS, which, using advanced laser technology, allows the diagnosis of skin cancer in real-time and in a non-invasive way (without biopsy). Specifically, the possibility of developing a thermo-optical sensor with an electrical readout to detect these skin alterations will be investigated. Subsequently, a prototype will be developed for its validation.
On 6 June, secpho, as the driving company, will hold the results presentation event through Koonstel, in which ASE Optics will participate together with the other members of the consortium formed by Radiantis, Procarelight, and the Instituto de Fotomedicina.
This project has benefited from the Next Generation EU funds channeled by the Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Tourism to develop this research.