The LPI has contributed with 3 chapters to the new book Handbook of Speckle Filtering and Tracking in Cardiovascular Ultrasound Imaging and Video, published by the IET (Institution of Enigineering and Technology), edited by Christos P. Loizou, Constantinos S. Pattichis and Jan D’ hooge. Authors from the lab have added their expertise in Speckle Tracking and filtering.
A novel curl-based cardiac rotation measurement but from tensorial magnitudes devised to cardiomyopathy discrimination entitled "Vortical Features for Myocardial Rotation Assessment in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy using Cardiac Tagged Magnetic Resonance" has been recently published in the international journal Medical Image Analysis.
EL LPI estuvo presente en la I Jornada de Investigación en Bioingeniería y Medicina, organizada por 4 programas de doctorado de la Escuela de Doctorado de la Universidad de Valladolid el jueves 22 de marzo de 2018. La jornada fue una oportunidad para reunir a investigadores de ciencias de la visión, investigación biomédica ciencias de la Salud y bioingeniería.
Dr. Pablo Casaseca (LPI-UVA) and Dr. Barry Connor (Thales UK), presented the collaborative industry-academic project “Thales AALART. Low-pixel automatic target detection and recognition” at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, where the CENSIS 4th Technology Summit took part on 02/11/2017. Dr. Casaseca, who led this project during his academic appointment at the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) said: “I am delighted of having been invited to this year’s CENSIS Tech Summit.
The LPI has been present at the 2017 Winter School of Brain Connectomic, held in Verona (Italy) in October. The School on Brain Connectomics aims at gathering the knowledge in the different fields that are touched by these topics providing the students a comprehensive view of this research area as well as awareness about the cutting-edge methodological, experimental and clinical aspects that are involved.
A joint formulation for the simultaneous groupwise registration and robust ADC estimation for abdominal diffusion weighted imaging has been published in the international journal Magnetic Resonance Imaging: "Joint Groupwise Registration and ADC Estimation in the Liver using a B-Value Weighted Metric".
Last 7th July 2017 Javier Royuela defended his PhD Thesis entitled "Software solutions for two computationally intensive problems: reconstruction of dynamic MR and handling of alpha-stable distributions", getting a qualification of "Sobresaliente" and being proposed for "cum laude" distinction.