AU Lecture - Translational Molecular imaging at MEDISIP, Infinity lab, Molecubes and the IMIT consortium
 
time: 2017-05-17

   On May 11, the academic lecture of AU organized by the School of Automation Science and Engineering was held on the sixth floor conference room of Building 3. The topic of this lecture was Translational Molecular imaging at MEDISIP, Infinity lab, Molecubes and the IMIT consortium. Prof. Stefaan Vandenberghe, from Ghent University, Belgium, was invited to this issue as the major guest. The lecture was chaired by Prof. Li Yuanqing.

   Before the lecture, Prof. Li gave a brief introduction to Prof. Vandenberghe, who is the team leader in Medical Image and Signal Processing Laboratory of Ghent University. Instead of starting the topic, Prof. Vandenberghe firstly showed something interesting useful about his country, Belgium, including culture, history, architecture, food and economy. After that, Prof. Vandenberghe introduced the principle of some cutting-edge technologies, such as clinical imaging and medical image reconstruction. What’s more, he also showed their research group’s results in Monte Carlo. In the lecture, the audiences showed great interest and Prof. Vandenberghe answered the questions patiently and humorously, which made the atmosphere relaxed.

   Attracted by the humor and passion of Prof. Vandenberghe, we believe that the audiences can benefit a lot through this lecture and stimulate enthusiasm for scientific research.