Image Registration Seminar: Dynamical systems and group-wise image registration

August 15, 2007
Location: ASB 10908
Presenter: Dr. Stephen Marsland

Time: 1:00 pm


Methods of computing image registrations have been a research topic for 15-20 years now, and have found uses in fields as diverse as medical imaging, computer vision, and synthetic aperture radar. I will suggest reasons why image registration should be performed simultaneously on groups of images, show methods by which this can be achieved, and demonstrate the inherent dynamics of the underlying equations.


Stephen Marsland has a degree in mathematics from Oxford University and a PhD from Manchester University. He worked in Europe and the USA before moving to New Zealand, where he is a senior lecturer in computer science at Massey University. His primary areas of research interest are Euler equations on diffeomorphism groups (which are used in areas such as medical image analysis) and complex systems.

More details can be found at: http://www-ist.massey.ac.nz/smarsland/

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