Dan Schlifske will present a poster on his work A Fast GPU-Based Approach to Branchless Distance-Driven Projection and Back-Projection in Cone Beam CT at the SPIE Medical Imaging Conference in San Franscisco.
Dan Schlifske successfully defended his thesis. Congratulations Dan!
Henry Medeiros received a Student-Centered Learning Project grant from the Opus College of Engineering to utilize mobile robots and embedded platforms to teach Bayesian signal processing.
Henry Medeiros received a Regular Research Grant and a Summer Faculty Fellowship from Marquette University to carry out research on distributed multi-target tracking using wireless camera networks.
The renovations in the COVISS lab were concluded. The lab is now fully operational. Two high-performance workstations will be delivered to the lab shortly.