Generally, I am interested in inverse problems, non-smooth / (non-)convex / stochastic optimization, sparsity, and signal and image processing in particular application of these techniques to medical imaging.
Short Bio: I was a post-doctoral research associate in the Cambridge Image Analysis group at the Department for Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge from 2016-2018. Previously I have been with the Centre for Inverse Problems and the Centre for Medical Image Computing at the University College London (UCL). I obtained my PhD from UCL in 2015 and my Diploma (Masters) from the University of Bremen, Germany in 2012.
Office: 6 West, 1.08
Tel: 0044 1225 38 6194
University of Bath
Bath BA2 7JU
|04/2020||New paper out on making structure-promoting regularizers robust to misalignment: Robust Image Reconstruction with Misaligned Structural Information. This is joint work with Leon Bungert (Erlangen, Germany).|
|03/2020||We got awarded a "collaborative computational project" (CCP) on Synergistic Reconstruction for Biomedical Imaging by EPSRC. The aim is to develop a software framework to support multi-modality imaging, e.g. PET-MR, SPECT-CT. Lead by Kris Thielemans (UCL), the project includes a wide UK network: David Atkinson (UCL), me (Bath), Julian Matthews (Manchester), Andrew Reader (KCL) and Charalampos "Harry" Tsoumpas (Leeds). This project's predecessor was CCP PET-MR.|
|02/2020||Congratulations to Samuel Cortinhas. He was invited to present his work that he did with me in summer 2019 at this year's Posters in Parliament as part of the British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR). Here you can read more about it.|
|01/2020||Congratulations to my PhD student Margaret Duff who was invited to present her research at the UK Parliament as part of STEM for BRITAIN 2020.|
|01/2020||Chris Budd (Bath, UK) is turning 60 and we are celebrating this with a workshop on 4 March 2020 in Bath, see here for more details. This event is organized by Arie Iserles (Cambridge, UK), Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (Cambridge, UK) and myself.|