I-STARs at the AAPM Meeting in San Antonio, TX

A dozen talks from the I-STAR Lab and AIAI Lab at the 2019 Meeting of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) in San Antonio, Texas! Topics and talks include:


Grace J. Gang et al. – Generalized Image Quality Analysis for Nonlinear Algorithms in CT

Qian Cao et al. – Cone-beam CT of load-bearing surgical hardware using a mechanical model of implant deformation

Wenying Wang et al. – Generalized local impulse response prediction in model-based material decomposition of spectral CT

Ali Uneri et al. – The Corgi: a multi-purpose modular phantom for dose and image quality assessment in cone-beam CT


Alejandro Sisniega et al. – Accelerated model-based iterative reconstruction using a multi-level morphological pyramid

Matthew Tivnan et al. – Designing Spatial-Spectral Filters for Spectral CT

Jessica Flores et al. – Reconstruction of difference with anatomical change preserving deformable registration for sequential lung cancer screening


Esme (Xiaoxuan) Zhang et al. – Known-Component Metal Artifact Reduction for Intraoperative Cone-Beam CT in Spine Surgery: A Clinical Pilot Study

Niral Sheth et al. – Technical Assessment of Dose and 3D Imaging Performance for a New Mobile Isocentric C-Arm for Intraoperative Cone-Beam CT

Runze Han et al. – Pelvic Dislocation Reduction Guidance for Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery Using Atlas-based Registration and Known Component 3D-2D Registration

Jeff SiewerdsenKevin ClearyMichael Miga, and Joseph Paydarfar – Advances in Image-Guided Interventions