AIAS Seminar: Ruben Pauwels
A.I. in Radiology - Concepts and Applications
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Speaker: Ruben Pauwels, AIAS Fellow and Associate Professor
A.I. is the hottest topic in radiology at the moment. Thanks to the availability of large, digital datasets, as well as recent developments in deep learning and increased computational power, researchers are exploring potential applications of A.I. in medicine, including computer-aided diagnosis. This lecture will provide a broad overview of different A.I. concepts, illustrate how an A.I. system is ‘trained’, and discuss various clinical applications of A.I. in medicine based on published and on-going research.
Ruben Pauwels is a Biomedical Scientist with over 10 years of experience in medical imaging research. After obtaining a PhD at KU Leuven (Belgium) in 2012, he spent over 3 years at Chulalongkorn University (Thailand) as a lecturer, followed by another period at KU Leuven as a postdoctoral researcher. Currently, his main research interests comprise 3D image quality assessment, CNN-based deep learning, CT reconstruction artefacts and medical radiation protection.
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