Modernization of Medical Technology

Celadon, Inc. is a research and development group that conducts research on biomedical microwave imaging, antennas, EM wave propagations, wireless applications, and computational electromagnetics with a commitment to delivering both innovative and safe products.

Celadon’s research is conducted utilizing a variety of state-of-the-art microwave test equipment, high performance computational facilities, and researchers from world-class academic institutions with a focus on creativity, innovation, and success.


Celadon Paper Published in “Progress In Electromagnetics Reseach M” Journal

Celadon, Inc. is excited to announce that on September 18, 2017, the paper by team members Wenyi Shao and William McCollough entitled, “Multiple-GPU-Based Frequency-Dependent Finite-Difference Time Domain Formulation Using MATLAB Parallel Computing Toolbox,” was published in Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, vol. 60, pp. 93-100, and is readable via The article introduces a new convenient and efficient approach to simulate electromagnetic waves propagating in dispersive media.

Patent Enhancement Awarded

Celadon, Inc. is continuing to improve its technology and was awarded a new divisional patent for the enhancement of a previous patent entitled, “Dielectric Encoding of Medical Images.” The new divisional patent issued in 2017, by the USPTO, to inventors Todd R. McCollough and William J. McCollough. The patent is useful for the biomedical microwave imaging field as it describes a method to allow physicians to easily interpret images from this modality.

Celadon Accepted to Present at the “6th International Workshop on Computational Human Phantoms”

Celadon, Inc. is excited to announce that the team has had a paper for poster presentation accepted for the 6th International Workshop on Computational Human Phantoms (CP-2017) which will be held during August 28-30, 2017, in Annapolis, MD, USA, at the Loews Hotel. Updates on developments for computational human phantoms are expected along with discussion of applications in computational modeling and simulations for biomedical imaging, radiation dosimetry, treatment planning, and regulatory submissions.