Computed Tomography

Modules:

ME4411 T:Medical Engineering Science (starting 2014)
Computational Life Science (starting 2016)
IT-Security
Robotics and Autonomous Systems
Computer Science
Medical Informatics
Entrepreneurship in digital Technologies
ME4400 A:Medical Engineering Science (prior to 2014)
ME4000:Computational Life Science (prior to 2014)
Computer Science (prior to 2014)

Place and time:

scheduled next winter term 2019/20

Contents:

  • Signal processing (recapitulation of fundamental principles in signal processing)
  • Mathematical methods in image reconstruction and signal processing
  • X-Ray (fundamental principles, quantum statistics)
  • Computed Tomography (devices, current and past technology, signal processing, Fourier-based 2D and 3D image reconstruction, algebraic and statistical image reconstruction, image artifacts, technical and clinical applications, dose)

Literature:

  • T. M. Buzug: Computed Tomography, From Photon Statistics to Modern Cone Beam CT - Springer-Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg, 2008
  • T. M. Buzug: Einführung in die Computertomographie, Mathematisch-physikalische Grundlagen der Bildrekonstruktion - Springer-Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg, 2004

General information:

Credit points: 3 (ME4411 T) / 4 (ME4400 A, ME4000, only with exercise)
Language: offered only in English
Grading through: dependent on main module, oral exam

Further information:

See Moodle for teaching materials and any further information.