My current research interests involve Medical Imaging,
particularly PET and MRI. Much of this work is done as a collaboration
between the Physics Department and the Clinical School,
especially the Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre.
One major project I am working on is the
construction of a combined PET and MRI scanner. This system will for the
first time allow simultaneous imaging with both modalities. A recent poster also gives further information.
I am interested in using GPUs for
fast medical image processing.
Together with Audrunas Gruslys we have developed Ezys which performs fast and accurate affine and elastic 3D
registration on typical MR image data. Currently Ezys uses NVIDIA GPUs and CUDA.
Minimum GPU requirements are compute 2.0 and ~1.5 GB of video ram.
example also using CUDA is here AIRWC - Accelerated Image Registration with CUDA
Graduate Lectures 2010 here: graduatelectures
talk here: Physics of MRI
Simple an ImageJ
plugin for Simple
IMage PixeL Editing
Recent Publications: Here
Part IB 2013 Great Experiments Lecture on DNA here
Part IA NST Mathematics Course:
Selected Solutions and handouts (NB these
are now obsolete - but still possibly interesting)