You are cordially invited to attend an Advanced Multimedia Research Lab seminar, given by Professor Dong Ni from Shenzhen University, China.
========== Advanced Multimedia Research Lab Seminar ==========
Title: Intelligence Ultrasound
Speaker: Professor Dong Ni
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm, Thursday, 18, August 2016
User dependence is one of the main challenges of ultrasound diagnosis. Specifically, acquisition of the standard plane is crucial for medical ultrasound diagnosis. However, this process requires substantial experience and a thorough knowledge of human anatomy. This talk will introduce our recently developed machine learning algorithms for automatically detecting standard planes from time series ultrasound images, including random forest, CNN, recurrent neural network and spatio-temporal regression. Furthermore, this talk will introduce our other research projects briefly, including multi-modal image registration, ultrasound image segmentation and a virtual reality simulator for surgery training. All these projects were carried out jointly with local hospitals and companies in Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Hong Kong. Some of them have already been commercialized.
Biography of Speaker:
Dong Ni is an associate professor of School of Biomedical Engineering in Shenzhen University, China. He is currently the associate dean of School of Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Ni received his BSc and MSc (Biomedical Engineering) from Southeast University, China. He received his PhD (Computer Science) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. After PhD, he worked as a postdoctoral research fellow in University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. Dr. Ni's research interests include medical ultrasound image analysis, machine learning, and virtual reality. ?
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