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Posts By: Ben Glocker
We held a successful workshop on Medical Imaging meets NIPS in Long Beach, USA. Recorded invited talks can be found on the workshop website.
Huge success for a team of researchers from the Biomedical Image Analysis group at the Department of Computing. The team of 11 PhD students, post-docs and academics ranked top on the prestigious, international computational challenge on brain tumour segmentation (BraTS). The BraTS challenge did run for the sixth time and this year more than 50… Read more »
I had the pleasure to speak again at the 2017 Deep Learning in Healthcare Summit 2016 in London.
The recorded lectures of the Medical Imaging Summer School 2016 are now available online.
I have presented our work on fat-water swap correction in Dixon MRI at MICCAI 2016. Paper is here.
I had the great pleasure to speak at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin, China. A more detailed news item can be found on Imperial’s website and in the latest Imperial podcast.
We had great fun at Imperial Festival 2016 demonstrating joint work with Phil Noonan from Imanova on head tracking for motion compensation in medical imaging.
I had been invited to speak at Deep Learning in Healthcare Summit 2016 held in London.
We are very excited to be placed among five finalists for the 2016 NVIDIA Global Impact Award with our work on Deep Learning for Brain Lesion Segmentation. The credit goes to PhD student Konstantinos Kamnitsas. More details about the work can be found here.