After a first successful meeting in November 2021, we are organizing the second annual meeting of the Dutch Inverse Problems Community for November 10-11. Like last year, the program will consist of masterclasses on the first day (aimed primarily at PhD students) followed by scientific talks on the second day. Check out the full program.
I was involved in an exciting neuro imaging project in which Insa Schlossmacher from the Institute of Medical Psychology and Systems Neuroscience examined the effects of awareness and task relevance on neurocomputational models of mismatch negativity generation. The results are published in a paper in NeuroImage.
Poulami Somanya Ganguly extended our work on grid-free (super resolution) imaging to the problem of estimating in-scan deformation in Cryo-Electron Tomography. Check out her paper in IEEE Transactions on Computational Imaging!
Our group hosts the FleX-ray Lab - a custom-made, fully-automated X-ray CT scanner linked to large-scale computing hardware. For the occasion of its 5th anniversary, I organized a symposium in which we looked back at some of the scientific highlights of the past years, outlined future plans and had speakers from different scientific areas that illustrated how they use X-ray CT to answer research questions and what specific imaging challenges arise from their applications. The talks can be found on youtube.
Breast Cancer is the most common cause of cancer death in women worldwide. In a post for our institute’s blog, I describe my work as part of a European research team that develops novel imaging techniques that will improve early detection and diagnosis in the future.