Just returned from an interesting day of thermal imaging on topics ranging from birds to asphalt and with no particular connection other than the technological one. It was quite an interesting contrast, but the engineers, technicians, electricians, and thermographers seemed reasonably interested in our work. I am very grateful to the FLIR folk (Paul Frisk and Rob Milner) for inviting us to speak and especially grateful to Joshua Robertson and Erich Eberts, my “extended” family of research student collaborators for talking about our work.
Joshua spoke about his new results on stress physiology and the use of infrared thermal imaging and Erich spoke about his crowd-funded hummingbird research. They did an excellent job! Certainly well prepared for any upcoming conferences!