NEMIC is a new NEtwork for Medical Image Computing at QMUL
The purpose of NEMIC is to unite researchers across the university performing (or interested) in research in medical image computing and related healthcare applications. The make-up of the network is a mix of academics, post-docs, and PhD students.
NEMIC will provide an opportunity for researchers across the University to find out more about each other’s work, give presentations, discuss papers, and look for grant opportunities that leverage skills within the network.
NovemberMatthieu Ruthven, Clinical Scientist (MRI Physicist) at Barts Health NHS Trust will be presenting on his recent AI in speech/MRI research projects.
SeptemberJonny Hancox from NVIDIA on pathology imaging analytics.
JulyDr John Woodward from the School of Electroninc Engineering and Computer Science will be presenting on his current research projects.
June Prof Claude Chelala Co-Director, Centre for Computational Biology, gave an overview of her team's current work in Biobanking, Translational Bioinformatics and Health Date Science.
May Dr Martin Benning, Lecturer In Optimisation/Machine Learning, Mathematical Sciences presented on Nonlinear scale-space methods with applications in imaging & machine learning.
April Dr Qianni Zhang, presented some of her group’s research in medical image computing.
MarchProf Steffen Petersen, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at The William Harvey Research Institute. Seminar, on the Impact of ML/AI in cardiac MRI: a clinical overview.
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