The following PULSE Lab abstracts were accepted for presentation during the 2022 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS) to be held October 10-13, 2022 in Venice, Italy.
- Phocospace: An Open-Source Simulation Package to Implement Photoacoustic Spatial Coherence Theory to be presented by Prof. Bell in the session entitled Imaging Methods and Quality Assessment Oct 12, 11:00-11:18am CEST
- A Flexible Array Transducer for Photoacoustic-Guided Surgery to be presented by Jiaxin Zhang in the session entitled Photoacoustic Imaging II Oct 12, 12:12-12:30pm CEST
- Binary and Random Inputs to Rapidly Identify Overfitting of Deep Neural Networks Trained to Output Ultrasound Images to be presented by Jiaxin Zhang in the session entitled Image Formation Oct 11,
- Distinguishing Fluid and Solid Breast Masses with Fundamental and Harmonic Amplitude- and Coherence-Based Ultrasound Beamforming to be presented by Arunima Sharma in the session entitled Ultrasound Methods for Characterizing Cancer and Monitoring Therapy II Oct 11,
- COVID-19 Feature Detection with Deep Neural Networks Trained on Simulated Lung Ultrasound B-mode Images to be presented by Lingyi Zhao in the session entitled Lung Ultrasound Oct 13,
- Predicting Generalized Contrast-to-Noise Ratios in Frame-Averaged Photoacoustic Images to be presented by Mardava Gubbi in the session entitled Ultrasound Devices, Systems and Methods II Oct 12, and
- Impact of Skin Pigmentation on Photoacoustic Imaging Using Linear Array Transducer: A Pilot In Vivo Study to be presented by Guilherme S. Pilotto Fernandes in the session entitled Photoacoustic Imaging and Instrumentation Oct 13,
Congrats to Prof. Bell, Jiaxin, Arunima, Lingyi, Mardava, and Guilherme!
In addition to co-authoring the above publications:
- Prof. Bell will chair the session entitled MBB – Beamforming III Thursday, October 13
Symposium website: https://2022.ieee-ius.org/