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Published Apr. 4, 2016 2:51 PM

Goal: To develop ultrasound imaging and analysis algorithms for improved automatic estimation of clinically relevant parameters. The project will start with imaging and extracting clinical parameters from muscles, with the final goal of also imaging and analyzing other organs.

Applicants may contact Associate Professor Andreas Austeng or Professor Anne Solberg for further information.

 

Published Apr. 4, 2016 2:45 PM

Goal:  To test and compare the acoustic radiation force elastography method against the time harmonic elastography method (with an external vibrator) for ultrasound shear wave elastography. The project will start with imaging of stationary organs like liver and muscle, with the final goal of also imaging the heart.

Applicants may contact Professor Sverre Holm or Associate Professor Andreas Austeng for further information.

Published Sep. 17, 2015 10:04 AM

Goal: To develop High-resolution, high-throughput nuclear analysis as a prognostic marker in human cancer – 3-D segmentation and texture analysis.

Applicant may contact Håvard Danielsen or Fritz Albregtsen for further information.

Published Sep. 17, 2015 10:04 AM

Goal: Multi-static pulsed radar system for brain impedance imaging.

Brain impedance imaging is explored using new single-chip pulsed radars. This position require RF/antenna qualifications and instrumentation skills. A 2D/3D imaging radar system for brain-imaging is to be build using laboratory facilities.

Applicant may contact bassen@ifi.uio.no for further information.

Published Sep. 17, 2015 10:04 AM

Goal:This project is motivated by the need to improve the safety and effectiveness of interventional and minimally invasive procedures guided by different imaging modalities. This can be accomplished by developing methods that are able to be aware of the  anatomical context and accurately produce a combined visualization of several image sources in a real time. 

Applicant may contact Ole Jakob Elle or Fritz Albregtsen for further information.