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Topic: Short Course: Biomedical Image Analysis: Fundamental Concepts and Techniques
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Short Course: Biomedical Image Analysis: Fundamental Concepts and Techniques
Posted: May 22, 2000 2:51 PM
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22nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and
Biology Society

World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engnieering

Saturday, 22 July 2000
8:00am - 12:00n Biomedical Image Analysis: Fundamental Concepts and

Dr. Mostafa Analoui
Director of Oral and Maxillofacial Imaging Research
Associate Professor of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Biology
Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IUPUI)
Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Engineering (Purdue)

This Workshop/Tutorial offers a concise and unique coverage of fundamental
concepts in biomedical image analysis, along with related techniques and
algorithms. It covers a brief overview of physics of image formation and
characteristics of medical imaging receptors and human visual system.
Conventional and new techniques for image restoration and segmentation will
be discussed. A comprehensive overview of digital subtraction radiography,
including 2D and 3D image registration techniques, will be offered. Such
techniques have gained significant interest among clinicians and imaging
scientists. Various experimental and clinical images are used to
demonstrate the application and impact of the techniques discussed in this
course. The course includes numerous pre-computed and real-time examples of
algorithms applied to a selected image set. Prerequisites: Basic
background with digital image/signal processing, computer vision and
graphics will be required. Familiarity with algorithm design, computer
programming and fundamental concepts in biomedical sciences, not required,
but helpful.

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