Academic lectures of the School of biological science and medical engineering
Release time：April 18, 2017 / Siying He
Turning Pixels into Meaningful Information - Machine Learning and Intelligent Image Computing in the Age of Big Medical Image Data
Speaker：Professor Guoyan Zheng
Date: April 19th Wednesday 10:00- 11:00 AM
Venue: 317 conference room, the hall of Yifu scientific center
The importance of medical images for diagnosis, therapy assessment and planning cannot be under-estimated. Clinically well-established imaging techniques include CT, MRI, X-ray, molecular imaging, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, PET-CT, and mammography. The size of medical image data can range anywhere from a few megabytes for a single study to hundreds or thousands of megabytes per study. Such data requires not only large storage capacities but also demands fast and accurate algorithms if any decision assisting automation or surgical interventions were to be conducted based on the data.
In this talk, I will put forward a mindset of machine learning and intelligent image computing that allow us to address many of the fundamental limitations of conventional approaches in medical imaging. More specifically, I will show comprehensive machine learning and intelligent image computing methods for the tasks of landmark and object detection, image segmentation and 3D reconstruction from 2D images. In comparison with conventional methods, our methods are scalable for big medical image data, have far fewer requirements, and are better suited for pre-clinical and clinical usage.
Brief intro of the speaker:
1.2014 Honorable Mention Award in the Second MICCAI Workshop & Challenge on Computational Methods & Clinical Applications for Spinal Imaging, Boston, USA.
2.2014 Shape Modeling Grand Challenge Award in the 2014 Annual SICAS Conference on Statistical Shape Modeling, Delemont, Switzerland
3.2014 The 3rd Prize of the Poster Award in the 28th International Congress on Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS 2014), Fukuoka, Japan
4.2013 Cover page of the February 2013 issue of Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research: Murphy WS, Klingenstein G, Murphy SB and Zheng G, "Pelvic tilt is minimally changed by total hip arthroplasty", Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 471(2):417-412, 2013.
5.2012 The Prize for the best Basic Science Articule published in The Journal of Laryngology and Otology of the yearr - 2011: Stieger C, Caversaccio M, Arnold A, Zheng G, Salzmann J, Widmer D, Gerber N, Thurner M, Nauer C, Mussard Y, Kompis M, Nolte LP, Hausler R, Weber S, "Development of an auditory implant manipulator (AIMAN) for minimal invasive surgery of implantable hearing devices", The Royal Society of Medicine, London
6.2009 The 2nd Preis, Ypsomed Innovationspreis 2009, Ypsomed Innovationsfonds
7.2009 The 2nd Best Poster Prize, in the 69th Jahreskongress der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Orthopädie und Traumatologie, Geneva, Switzerland, 2009.
8.2009 Forschungspreis Alumni MedBern wird am Tag der Klinischen Forschung, 11. November 2009
9.2006 The Best technical paper award, The 6th Annual Meeting of International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS), Montreal, Canada, 2006
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