Infrared thermography in the study of animal emotions, physiology and health


Date: 31/12/2018


DATE AND VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED


 

 

 

 

 

 

Organised by Helena Telkanranta (University of Bristol)

Key Information

 

The date and venue of this workshop have yet to be confirmed and registration is not yet open. Further details will be circulated in our newsletter, once they are available.

Workshops are restricted to members of the network, if you are not yet a member of the network it is free to join and the details are available here: http://awrn.co.uk/membership/ 

 

Workshop Aims

 

The aim of this workshop is to provide the participants with the knowledge needed to plan accurate thermographic studies and to avoid common pitfalls.

The workshop will cover topics such as:

Understanding how a thermal camera works.

Which types of thermal cameras can be used in different situations.

Which environmental and physiological factors need to be either standardized or measured.

How to set the correct emissivity value before imaging.

How to exclude confounding factors during imaging.

How to plan data extraction from thermal images or videos without introducing artefacts.