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Introductory talk

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I am Joshua, new PhD student in CS (started off in January), working on the BitMap project. As this is my first presentation here, I will introduce myself to the group, and give an outline of my previous research work (Master’s project), which speaks about the contextuality in the inverse problem of phase estimation from two-plane intensity measurements (Paper: https://doi.org/10.1364/JOSAA.33.001198). I will briefly discuss the ‘proposed’ objectives of my PhD in UoB, and the work that I have done over the last two months in reference to Diffuse Optical Tomography (DOT). It involved pre-processing stages, such as segmentation-meshing of a subject head model from MRI scans and algorithm for positioning the source-detector pad on a head, before generating the forward model which simulates light propagation in the subject, for a subject-specific recovery approach in DOT .

This talk is part of the Medical Imaging Research Seminars series.

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