PENGCHENG SHI received his Ph.D in electrical engineering from Yale University in 1996. He has been a Professor and the Director of the Ph.D. Program in B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology since 2007. His primary research interests are to develop and apply integrative system paradigms to biomedical imaging, image computing and intervention, and inverse physiology in the areas of personalized cardiac physiome, and dynamic, parametric, and multi-tracer PET imaging.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesSpatiotemporal Strategies for Joint Segmentation & Motion Tracking from Cardiac Image Sequences
Although accurate and robust estimations of the deforming cardiac geometry and kinematics from cine tomographic medical image sequences remain a technical challenge, they have significant clinical value. Traditionally, boundary or volumetric segmentation and motion estimation problems are considered as two... Read more
Posted on 7 MAR 2017