2012 Next Generation Imaging Conference

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Thanks to all of our colleagues for making the Next Generation Imaging Conference a Success!

Next Generation Medical Imaging Workshop: Innovations Enabled by Advances in Computing, Signal Processing, and Sensor Technology

 

Day 1 Videos 2012

Day 1
Introduction and Keynote
(8:00-8:45 AM, Wednesday 9/5/12)

Introduction – Jonathan Rothberg (EE’85)

Keynote – Jeff Lichtman, Harvard University
Connectomics: Methods for Uncovering Circuit Motifs in Neural Circuits

Ultrasound I
(9:00-12:00 noon, Wednesday 9/5/12)

Jian-Yu Lu, University of Toledo
Pulse-echo Medical Ultrasound Imaging Based on Fourier Image Reconstruction

Robert McGough, Michigan State University
Analytical and Numerical Models of Power Law Attenuation for Simulations of Medical Ultrasound

Jørgen Arendt Jensen, Technical University of Denmark
Functional Ultrasound Imaging

Kang Kim, University of Pittsburgh
Ultrasound-Based Hybrid Imaging for Comprehensive Diagnosis

Pierre Khuri-Yakub, Stanford University
Volumetric Ultrasound Imaging with Capacitive Micromachined Ultrasonic Transducers (CMUTs)

Imaging
(1:00-5:00 PM, Wednesday 9/5/12)

Aydogan Ozcan, University of California, Los Angeles
Computational Microscopy Toward Telemedicine Applications

David Brady, Duke University
Coded Aperture X-Ray Scatter Imaging

Matt Rosen, Harvard/MGH
New Methods of Low Field MRI for Application to TBI

Theodore Huppert, University of Pittsburgh
Current and Future Applications of Diffuse Optics to Biomedical Imaging

Vivek Goyal, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Space-from-Time Imaging: New Methods for Computational Optical Imaging

Carolyn Anderson, University of Pittsburgh
Molecular Imaging of the Pre-metastatic Niche

 

Day 2 Videos 2012

Day 2
Neuroscience
(9:00-12:00 noon, Thursday 9/6/12)

Frank Yeh, Carnegie Mellon University
Mapping Brain Connectivity with Diffusion MRI: Applications, Limitations, and Opportunities

Matt Angle, Max-Planck for Medical Research, Heidelberg
Solid-Conductor Intracellular Nanoelectrodes (SCINEs) for Neuronal Recordings

Michael Roukes, California Institute of Technology
Single-Molecule Nanomechanical Mass Spectrometry: Toward Sub-cellular Imaging

Moritz Helmstaedter, Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology
Structural Neurobiology: The dense reconstruction of neuronal circuits

Susan Cox, Randall Division, Kings College, Guy’s Campus, London
Bayesian Localisation Microscopy Reveals Nanoscale Podosome Dynamics

Ultrasound II
(1:00-5:00 PM, Thursday 9/6/12)

Mickael Tanter, French National Institute for Health and Medical Research
Ultrafast Ultrasonic Imaging: From Elasticity to Functional Imaging of the Brain Activity

William O’Brien Jr., The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging of Cells, Tissues and Tumors

Emad S. Ebbini, University of Minnesota
Real-time Ultrasound Thermography and Thermometry In Vivo

Hyung Kim, University of Southern California
High-Frequency Array Transducers for High-Resolution Ultrasound Imaging

Koen van Dongen, Delft University of Technology
Acoustic Tomographic Imaging for Breast Cancer Detection

George D. Stetten, Carnegie Mellon University
In-Situ Virtual Images and Virtual Forces to Augment Image Guided Intervention