Workshop in conjunction with TENSYMP 2014
Topic : Signal and Imaging Modalities for Biomedical Applications
Date : 13 April 2014
Vanue : Kuala Lumpur
The workshop will include introduction to state-of-art medical image/signal acquisition modalities followed by demonstrations on each modality. Participants will have an opportunity to understand the basics of various image/signal modalities and their applications in various fields. Participants will also get an opportunity to have hands-on experience on various Imaging devices such as Functional Near infrared (fNIR), Fundus Camera, Multi-spectral Camera, Thermal Imaging camera, Ultrasound, EEG, EMG, Spectrophotometer
Targeted Audience: Electronic engineers, Biomedical engineers, Medical engineering students, Researchers, Postgraduate Students, and Industry Researchers.
Professor Ir. Dr Ahmad Fadzil Mohd Hani
Professor Fadzil is an expert in the area of image processing and computer vision. He received his PhD in Image Processing from University of Essex, UK in 1991. His research activities range from fundamental pattern recognition to developing signal and image processing solutions for vision and biomedical applications. He is currently heads the Centre for Intelligent Signal & Imaging Systems Research (a UTP COE) under the mission-oriented research in Biomedical Engineering at UTP. He is a Fellow of IEM, a Professional Engineer with BEM, a Senior Member of IEEE, and a Fellow of the Academy of Sciences, Malaysia. He is also a Non-Executive Director of ViTrox Corporation, a public-listed company that develops and manufactures automated vision inspection systems.
Associate Professor Dr Aamir Saeed Malik
AP Dr Aamir is working in the field of signal and image processing since 1998. He is currently the Director of Mission Oriented Research Biomedical Technology and the editor-in-chief of RESINNEX (university research publication) at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS. He is senior member of IEEE. He received his PhD from Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology, South Korea. His research interests include visual surveillance and brain signal and image processing.
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