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2020-05-29
Seminarium

Master thesis – Hampus Viken, Mikael Ångman

Hampus Viken and Mikael Ångman is presenting their master thesis with the title:"Automatic segmentation of articular cartilage in arthroscopic images using deep neural networks and multifractal analysis". Opponents will be Freja Fagerblom and David Pop. Supervisor is Marco Domenico Cirillo and examiner will be Anders Eklund.

Time: 10.15

Location: Zoom

Contact: Anders Eklund

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2020-06-04
Seminarium

Half-time seminar - Marco Domenico Cirillo

Marco Domenico Cirillo is presenting his half-time seminar with the title "Image processing and deep learning for automatic analysis of burn-wound and brain tumour images". Summary: Burn wounds and brain tumours affect a large number of persons every year. The severity of a burn wound mainly depends on how deep the wound is. How to treat a brain tumour depends on several factors, such as the location and the size of the tumour. Image processing, and especially deep learning, can help medical doctors in quickly diagnosing how severe a burn wound is, and to segment a brain tumour. In this half-time presentation the candidate will present three papers, two about analyzing images of burn wounds, and one about analyzing brain volumes containing brain tumours. First opponent will be Chunliang Wang, KTH, and the second opponent will be Martin Hultman, IMT.

Time: 13.15 14.45

Location: Zoom

Contact: Anders Eklund

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2020-06-05
Seminarium

Master thesis – Simon Kantedal

Simon Kantedal is presenting his master thesis with the title "Evaluating Segmentation of MR Volumes Using Predictive Models and Machine Learning". Opponent will be Fredrik Almin, supervisor David Abramian and examiner Anders Eklund.

Time: 10.15

Location: Zoom

Contact: Anders Eklund

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2020-06-09
Seminarium

Master thesis – Louise Paulsson and Niklas Pagi

Louise Paulsson and Niklas Pagi are presenting their master thesis with the title "Tissue simulating optical phantoms that mimic burn wound pathology". Opponents will be Ida Klerstad and Elin Axberg.

Time: 10.15

Location: Zoom

Contact: Hanna Jonasson

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2020-06-10
Seminarium

Master thesis – Elin Axberg and Ida Klerstad

Elin Axberg and Ida Klerstad is presenting their master thesis with the title "Similarity models for atlas-based segmentation of whole-body MRI volumes". Opponents will be Louise Paulsson and Niklas Pagi, supervisors will be Magnus Borga and Sven-Patrik Hallsjö and examiner will be Anders Eklund.

Time: 10.15

Location: Zoom

Contact: Anders Eklund

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2020-06-11
Disputation

Dissertation - Anette Karlsson

Public disputation in Biomedical Engineering Sciences. Anette Karlsson from the Department of Biomedical Engineering defends her dissertation thesis titled "Quantitative Muscle Composition Analysis Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging". Opponent: Todd Parrish, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine. The event is open to the public. Language: English.

Time: 14.00 18.00

Location: Youtube

Contact: -

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2020-06-15
Seminarium

Half-time seminar - Martin Hultman

Martin Hultman is presenting his half-time seminar with the title "A computationally efficient system for enhanced microcirculatory perfusion imaging". Opponents: Johannes Johansson, PhD, and David Abramian, MSc.

Time: 13.00

Location: IMT1 and Zoom

Contact: Ingemar Fredriksson

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2020-06-16
Seminarium

NEW DATE AND TIME Digital Twin - IMT-pitch by Gunnar Cedersund

Last year, the group built a first digital twin for "our patient 0". This year, they will measure as many variables as possible, in as many organs and sub-processes as possible - in parallel, and over time - in ten people, during 6 weeks spread out over a year, and see if they can make it all be explained by, and validated by, ten person-specific dynamic models. Do you want to see if you have data, questions, or knowledge that can be incorporated into this study - or just hear more about this - come and have an informal research-fika with us!

Time: 14.30 15.00

Location: Zoom

Contact: Neda Haj Hosseini

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