Organizers: Mark Jenkinson, Ph.D., David J. Hawkes, Ph.D.
Skill Level: Basic
Tuesday 6 May 2008
This two-hour course will discuss introductory material on image processing of MR data. In particular, it will cover fundamental image processing techniques such as feature extraction and image transformations, as well as specific methods for segmentation, registration and shape analysis. Applications will be demonstrated in a range of body areas.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
This course is designed for individuals with a basic grasp of the mathematics and science of MRI. No previous experience with image processing or image analysis is necessary. The content is suitable for either clinical or basic science researchers with some experience in analyzing or manipulating MR. This course is especially suitable for those early in their career, including students who wish to gain a foundation in data analysis methods for MR.
|14:00||Foundations of Image Processing||Chloe Hutton, Ph.D.|
|14:30||Segmentation||Simon K. Warfield, Ph.D.|
|15:00||Linear and Non-Linear Registration||Gary E. Christensen, D.Sc.|
|15:30||Shaped-Based Analysis||Timothy F. Cootes, Ph.D.|