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We carry out research in medical image analysis, image guided diagnosis and interventions, as well as telerobotic and robotic control of mobile machines and manipulators. Applications range from the integration of real-time imaging in image-guided therapy to new concepts for the control of large hydraulic mobile machines such as excavators.
Our students and faculty collaborate towards pushing the boundaries on our research endeavors. Graduate students, undergraduate students, and other engineers carry out research projects in the lab and associated labs under supervision of faculty members in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and in collaboration with personnel from other University Departments, government and industrial laboratories. Technologies developed in the lab have been transferred to manufacturers and are incorporated into products sold in Canada, United States and Europe.
More information on the Robotics and Control group can be found on their website.
Fusion of multi-parametric MRI and temporal ultrasound for characterization of prostate cancer: in vivo feasibility study
Conference Paper | SPIE Medical Imaging
A multi-center milestone study of clinical vertebral CT segmentation
Journal Article | Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics
Broadening the detection view of 2D photoacoustic tomography using two linear array transducers
Journal Article | Optics Express
Systems and methods for determining physiological characteristics of a patient using pulse oximetry
Nonlinear model with lumped parameters for asymmetric CMUTs
Conference Paper | Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), 2015 IEEE International