Applied Physics 483 Optics & Electronics Seminar
(Spring 2017 speakers organized by Prof. B. T. Khuri-Yakub)
Monday, April 10, 2017
4:15 PM, Spilker 232
BRINGING MEDICAL IMAGING INTO THE ERA OF BIG DATA
IBM Almaden Research Center
San Jose, CA
This talk is sponsored by the Department of Applied Physics and by Ginzton Laboratory
|Nov 9, 2016||Lucas P083||Kathy Ferrara||60 min||*Image-Guided Therapy: Nanodelivery, Ablation, Immunotherapy and Transfection|
|Jan 25, 2017||LKS 120||Chunlei Liu||60 min||*Imaging Magnetism: A Window to Tissue Molecular and Microstructural Composition|
|Feb 15, 2017||LKS 120||Gordon Wetzstein||60 min||*Computational Imaging|
|Mar 29, 2017||Alway M114||Vinod Menon||60 min||Atypical brain circuits in psychiatric disorders and their links to clinical symptoms|
|Jun 7, 2017||Alway M114||Wendy DeMartini||60 min||Breast Imaging|
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