November 22 – 23, 2019
Texas A&M University
Blocker Building, Room 220 & 149
Note: Workshop Registration does not register you for the Poster Session
If you would like to present a POSTER, please register by emailing Carrie Relles (email@example.com) with the following information:
- First name
- Last Name
- Title and Abstract of poster
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The field of medical imaging is experiencing fast development. Various new techniques, as well as improvement of the classical ones abound. One can mention for instance various hybrid (multi-wave) methods, multi-spectral CT, Compton camera imaging, drastic improvements in ultrasound imaging, use of machine learning, etc.
The lectures at the workshop will address some of these new exciting developments.
This is a 2-day event with plenary lectures and poster session. The first being held Friday, November 22 at 2:30 pm in Blocker, Room 220. The remaining lectures will be held Saturday, November 23 beginning at 9:00 am in Blocker, Room 149.
The workshop is supported by The Institute for Applied Mathematics and Computational Science.
*Mark Anastasio, Donald Biggar Willett Professor in Engineering, Head of Bioengineering, Grainger College of Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Talk Title: “Photoacoustic Computed Tomography in Heterogeneous Acoustic Media with Application to Transcranial Brain Imaging”
*Simon Arridge, Professor of Image Processing, Faculty of Engineering Science, Department of Computer Science, University College London
Talk Title: “Accelerating 4D PhotoAcoustic Tomography”
*Guillaume Bal, Professor of Applied Mathematics, Department of Statistics and Mathematics, Committee on Computational and Applied Mathematics, University of Chicago
Talk Title: “Uniqueness criteria in Multi-Energy CT”
*Joe Kileel, Simons Post-Doc, Applied and Computational Mathematics, Princeton University
Talk Title: “Auto-correlation analysis for cryo-EM and XFEL”
*Leonid Kunyansky, Professor, Applied Mathematics, BIO5 Institute, Mathematics, Research group Analysis and its Applications, Computational Science and Numerical Analysis, University of Arizona
Talk Title: “Sparsity-based techniques for hybrid imaging modalities with missing low frequencies”
*Mark Lenox, Adjunct Professor, Texas A&M University, Chief Scientific Office, QT Ultrasound, LLC.
Talk Title: “Observations on the future development of medical imaging technologies”
*Alexander Oraevsky, Adjunct Professor, University of Houston, President and Chief Technology Office at TomoWave Laboratories, Inc.
Talk Title: “Coregistered quantitative optoacoustic tomography and ultrasound for functional anatomical mapping of cancer”
*Kui Ren, Professor, Applied Mathematics, Columbia University
Talk Title: “Photoacoustic imaging of nonlinear physics”
*Fatma Terzioglu, William H. Kruskal Instructor, Department of Statistics, University of Chicago
Talk Title: “On an integral transform arising in gamma-ray imaging with a Compton camera”
*Denotes Confirmed Speaker(s)
Friday, November 22, 2019 (Blocker 220)
2:00-2:30: Check-in/Registration (Blocker Room 220)
2:30-3:30: Mark Anastasio, University of Illinois
Photoacoustic Computed Tomography in Heterogeneous Acoustic Media with Application to Transcranial Brain Imaging
3:30-4:30: Joe Kileel, Princeton University
Auto-correlation analysis for cryo-EM and XFEL
4:30-5:30: Kui Ren, Columbia University
Photoacoustic imaging of nonlinear physics
Reception – Texas A&M Conference Center
Saturday, November 23, 2019 (Blocker 149)
9:00-10:00: Simon Arridge, University College London
Accelerating 4D PhotoAcoustic Tomography
10:00-11:00: Guillaume Bal, University of Chicago
Uniqueness criteria in Multi-Energy CT
11:00-11:15: Break (Blocker Room 140)
11:15-12:15: Leonid Kunyansky, University of Arizona
Sparsity-based techniques for hybrid imaging modalities with missing low frequencies
12:15-1:45: Lunch & Poster Session (Blocker Room 140)
1:45-2:45: Mark Lenox, Texas A&M University
Observations on the future development of medical imaging technologies
2:45-3:45: Alexander Oraevsky, Tomo Wave Laboratories, Inc.
Coregistered quantitative optoacoustic tomography and ultrasound for functional anatomical mapping of cancer
3:45-4:00: Break (Blocker Room 140)
4:00-5:00: Fatma Terzioglu, University of Chicago
On an integral transform arising in gamma-ray imaging with a Compton camera