Theresa Willem from the Institut für Geschichte und Ethik der Medizin has published a new paper in JEADV (IF 6.17). In this work, with involvement from Tobias Lasser, the risks and benefits of machine learning healthcare applications in dermatology are analyzed from an ethical view point.
- Risks and benefits of dermatological machine learning healthcare applications - an overview an ethical analysis. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, 2022 DOI
Our group will be presenting several contributions at this year's CT Meeting on June 13-16, 2022, in Baltimore, USA.
From CIIP directly, we will present:
- Hybrid Reconstruction Using Shearlets and Deep Learning for Sparse X-ray Computed Tomography. (selected for oral presentation)
- Geometric calibration of seven degree of freedom Robotic Sample Holder for X-ray CT.
In collaboration with our partners from the Chair of Biomedical Physics, we will present:
- Dark-Field Imaging on a Clinical CT System: Performance and Potential based on first Results. (selected for oral presentation)
- Dark-Field Imaging on a Clinical CT System: Modelling of Interferometer Vibrations.
- Dark-Field Imaging on a Clinical CT System: Sample Data Processing and Reconstruction.
On April 8, 2022, at 9:00, our own Anca Stefanoiu defends her PhD. Her thesis has the topic Fluorescence light field microscopy: wave optics modeling and 3D image reconstruction.
Together with Christian Riess from FAU Erlangen, we are again offering a course on Computational Medical Imaging in the Ferienakademie 2022 from September 18 to 30, 2022, in Sarntal Valley, South Tyrol, Italy.
If you want to take part, please apply until May 10, 2022.
Manuel Viermetz from the Chair of Biomedical Physics has published a new paper in PNAS (IF 11.2). In this work, with involvement from Tobias Lasser, a novel implementation of a clinical dark-field computed tomography scanner is presented.
The corresponding TUM press release on Feb. 8, 2022.
- Dark-field computed tomography reaches the human scale. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 119, 2022 DOI
Peng Tang has published a new paper in the journal Medical Image Analysis (IF 8.55). It presents a new multi-stage multi-modal learning algorithm for multi-label skin lesion classification.
Update: There was a corresponding TUM press release on Jan. 14, 2022.
- FusionM4Net: A multi-stage multi-modal learning algorithm for multi-label skin lesion classification. Medical Image Analysis 76, 2022 DOI
We are UPDATE: no longer (since all positions have been filled) looking for student tutors for our course Basic Mathematical Tools for Imaging and Visualization in the winter term 2021/22. The job is 8h or 16h/week during the lecture period and involves the correction of homework.
If you are interested, please get in touch with Tobias Lasser.
For general information on student tutor jobs, please check out the department website.
Ana Radutoiu won a best poster award at the Fully3D 2021 conference.
At the 16th Virtual International Meeting on Fully 3D Image Reconstruction in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine (Fully3D), Ana Radutoiu won the panel poster award for her poster on Laplace-Beltrami Regularization for Anisotropic X-ray Dark-field Tomography. Her work arose from her Bachelor thesis at Computational Imaging and Inverse Problems (CIIP).
The corresponding conference paper:
- A. Radutoiu, T. Cheslerean-Boghiu, T. Lasser. Laplace-Beltrami Regularization for Anisotropic X-ray Dark-field Tomography. Fully3D Meeting, Leuven, Belgium, 2021
The Center of Doctoral Studies in Informatics and its Applications (CeDoSIA) honors the best doctoral supervisors at the Department of Informatics, TUM. In 2021, Tobias Lasser won the first place of the award.
The Student Council of the Departments of Mathematics, Physics, and Informatics honors the best courses each term according to the course evaluations conducted by the Student Council. The course Grundlagen: Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen by Tobias Lasser, Bernhard Radke, Christoph Anneser, and Sebastian Wolf won the TeachInf award for the best compulsory course in the summer term 2020 at the Department of Informatics.
Tobias Lasser was awarded the TeachInf "Corona" Award for enabling excellent teaching during the pandemic by the Student Council of the Departments of Mathematics, Physics, and Informatics.