InvitedTalkMarieLuiseWille

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Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

Invited Talk by Dr. Marie-Luise Wille

Dr Marie-Luise Wille

Doctor Marie-Luise Wille
Ultrasound Transit Time Spectroscopy – a novel approach to tissue characterisation
Biomedical Innovation and Science & Engineering Faculty
Queensland University of Technology

  • Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
  • Time: 15:30 - 16:30
  • Location: CAMP Seminar room, 03.13.010, Boltzmannstr. 3


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Title: Ultrasound Transit Time Spectroscopy – a novel approach to tissue characterisation.

Abstract: Ultrasound transit time spectroscopy (UTTS) approximates ultrasound propagation through composite media as an array of parallel sonic rays. Via deconvolution of experimentally derived ultrasound input and output signals the resulting impulse response of the test sample, being dependent upon its composition and structure. Applications of UTTS include estimation of bone volume fraction of composites and improving image axial resolution. This talk will provide an overview of the UTTS research within our Quantitative Ultrasound and Image Characterisation (QUIC) research group at QUT.

Biography: Dr Marie-Luise Wille is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Quantitative Ultrasound and Image Characterisation and the Regenerative Medicine Group at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia. She received her B.Sc. and M.Sc (Physics) from the University of Basel and completed her PhD?, titled “ultrasound transit time spectroscopy of complex porous media”, at QUT under supervision of Professor Christian Langton in 2015. Her current research interests are ultrasound signal analysis of different composites and micro CT imaging and analysis. Since 2015 she is also the Chair of the IEEE Women in Engineering Queensland Section.

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Title: Ultrasound Transit Time Spectroscopy – a novel approach to tissue characterisation
Date: 21 March 2017
Location: 03.13.010
Abstract: Ultrasound transit time spectroscopy (UTTS) approximates ultrasound propagation through composite media as an array of parallel sonic rays. Via deconvolution of experimentally derived ultrasound input and output signals the resulting impulse response of the test sample, being dependent upon its composition and structure. Applications of UTTS include estimation of bone volume fraction of composites and improving image axial resolution. This talk will provide an overview of the UTTS research within our Quantitative Ultrasound and Image Characterisation (QUIC) research group at QUT.
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