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Imaging Science
November 16-19, 2010

Conference Presentations
The following presentations are from the 2010 NAKFI Conference on Imaging Science, including the final IDR Team Presentations.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Harvey V. Fineberg, IOM President

About the NAKFI Conference on Imaging Science
Farouk El-Baz (NAE), Steering Committee Chair
Research Professor
Director, Center for Remote Sensing
Boston University

Keynote Address
Kyle J. Myers
Director, Division of Imaging and Applied Mathematics
Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories
Center for Devices and Radiological Health
FDA

About the W.M. Keck Foundation Grants
Maria Pellegrini
Executive Director, Programs
W.M. Keck Foundation

 

Friday, November 19, 2010
Final Interdisciplinary Research Team Challenge Presentations

Imaging Science IDR Team 1A: Develop a method to integrate neuroimaging technologies at different length and time scales.

Imaging Science IDR Team 1B: Develop a method to integrate neuroimaging technologies at different length and time scales.

Imaging Science IDR Team 2A: Identify the mathematical and computational tools that are needed to bring recent insights from theoretical image science and rigorous methods of task-based assessment of image quality into routine use in all areas of imaging.

Imaging Science IDR Team 2B: Identify the mathematical and computational tools that are needed to bring recent insights from theoretical image science and rigorous methods of task-based assessment of image quality into routine use in all areas of imaging.

Imaging Science IDR Team 3A: Develop and validate new methods for detecting and classifying meaningful changes between two images taken at different times or within temporal sequences of images.

Imaging Science IDR Team 3B: Develop and validate new methods for detecting and classifying meaningful changes between two images taken at different times or within temporal sequences of images.

Imaging Science IDR Team 3C: Develop and validate new methods for detecting and classifying meaningful changes between two images taken at different times or within temporal sequences of images.

Imaging Science IDR Team 4: Develop a telescope or starshade that would allow planetary systems around neighboring stars to be imaged.

Imaging Science IDR Team 5: How can we extend the domain of adaptive optics and adaptive imaging to new application, and how can we objectively compare adaptive and non-adaptive approaches to specific imaging problems.

Imaging Science IDR Team 6: What are the tools and validation methods required to develop clinically useful non-invasive imaging biomarkers of psychiatric disease?

Imaging Science IDR Team 7A: Find novel ways to use imaging methods to improve the treatment of diseases.

Imaging Science IDR Team 7B: Find novel ways to use imaging methods to improve the treatment of diseases.

Imaging Science IDR Team 7C: Find novel ways to use imaging methods to improve the treatment of diseases.

Imaging Science IDR Team 8: Develop image-specialized database tools for data stewardship and system design in large-scale applications.