Month: November 2015

Seminar: Blind Compressed Sensing in Biomedical Imaging

Dr. Yoram Bresler, professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, presented his work “Blind Compressed Sensing in Biomedical Imaging: data-adaptive sparse modeling and acquisition”. According to Dr. Bresler, compressed sensing methods can produce high quality images from reduced data acquisition

Seminar: Medical Image Synthesis

Dr. Jerry L. Prince presented his work: “Medical Image Synthesis: Methods and Applications”. According to Dr. Prince, the acquisition of truly calibrated magnetic resonance images is not currently possible. Scanners and pulse sequences are different—in subtle ways sometimes and quite dramatic ways more often. Manufacturers have different strategies for optimizing their image quality and MR […]