September 2017

I was able to attend a college football game at Ryan Field in Evanston, Illinois, on Saturday, September 16, 2017. The Northwestern Wildcats played the Bowling Green Falcons. The Northwestern football team beat Bowling Green by a score of 49 to 7. Northwestern University quarterback Clayton Thorson threw for 370 yards, running back Justin Jackson ran for 121 yards, and receiver Garrett Dickerson gained 150 yards on nine catches.

I walked around the Northwestern University campus a bit before the game as the weather was very nice as it was mostly sunny and in the 80s. Below are some pictures while at Northwestern including some of the recent construction projects on campus and football action.

Northwestern LakeFill Chicago

Northwestern Kellogg Global Hub

Northwestern Technological Institute AB Wing Infill

Northwestern Technological Institute

Northwestern Seeley G. Mudd Expansion

Northwestern Ryan Fieldhouse Walter Athletics Center

Northwestern Ryan Fieldhouse Construction

Northwestern University Library

Northwestern Sheridan Road Construction

Northwestern Football Home Schedule 2017

Northwestern Football Fight Victory

Northwestern Football Home Schedule 2018

Northwestern Ryan Field Bag Policy

Northwestern Welsh Ryan Arena Renovation

Northwestern Welsh Ryan Arena Construction

Northwestern Marching Band Wildcat Alley

Northwestern Football Helment Logo

Northwestern Football Student Section

Northwestern Bowling Green Football

Northwestern University Bowling Green College Football

todd mccollough bowling green northwestern

I was pleased to attend the 6th International Workshop on Computational Human Phantoms in Annapolis, MD, in August 2017. The conference was held at the Loews Annapolis Hotel. My team at Ellumen Inc. and I presented some of the results of our research and development efforts. The paper presented was titled, “Microwave Detection of an Osteophyte in a Knee.” A radar based microwave imaging algorithm was used to detect a small abnormal growth in a knee joint. An image was presented showing that it may be possible to use a microwave method for detecting an osteophyte in the knee.

Below are several pictures while at the conference and around Annapolis.

Loews Hotel Annapolis

Loews Hotel Annapolis Street

Annapolis Church Circle

Annapolis Main Street

Annapolis Water

Annapolis Town Bay

6th International Workshop on Computational Human Phantoms

todd mccollough annapolis human phantom conference