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Robert Rohling is a Professor with a joint appointment in Electrical and Computer Engineering & Mechanical Engineering at UBC. Dr. Rohling's research is in the field of biomedical engineering with specialization in medical ultrasound.
Physical principles of ultrasound, magnetic resonance, computed tomography, nuclear medicine, and X-ray projection imaging. Applications in diagnostics, therapeutics, and interventions.
Physical principles of ultrasound, magnetic resonance, computed tomography and X-ray projection imaging. Methods of feature detection, segmentation, registration and visualization of 2D and 3D images. Applications in diagnostics, therapeutics and interventions.
Selected Topics in Biomedical Engineering
Effective communication in a multidisciplinary environment, introduction to emerging areas of biomedical engineering and biotechnology, ethics, and responsibility. Restricted to students admitted to the Biomedical Engineering program in Electrical Engineering. Corequisite ELEC 202 - Circuit Analysis II
Broadening the detection view of 2D photoacoustic tomography using two linear array transducers
Journal Article | Optics Express
Nonlinear model with lumped parameters for asymmetric CMUTs
Conference Paper | Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), 2015 IEEE International
Handling missing DCE data in prostate cancer detection using multiparametric MRI
Conference Paper | Annual Meetings of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM 2014)
Semi-automatic segmentation of vertebral bodies in volumetric MR images using a statistical shape+ pose model
Conference Paper | SPIE Medical Imaging
Calibration for Position Tracking of Swept Motor 3-D Ultrasound
Journal Article | Ultrasound in medicine & biology