During the last decade, there has been an explosive growth in the development of functional and molecular imaging techniques. Developments in this multidisciplinary domain include new probes, imaging methods and novel instruments.
To enable accurate localization of the functional image, nowadays functional imaging systems are often combined with anatomical imaging systems into so-called hybrid or multimodality imaging systems. These hybrid combinations have recently come on the market in small animal versions.
Wim Van Aarle
Wim van Aarle
received his Master degree in computer sciences at the University of Antwerp,
Antwerp, Belgium, in 2007. Early 2012, he obtained the Ph.D. degree in
Science from the same university.
He is currently a post-doctoral researcher at the Visionlab, University of Antwerp and at the Intel ExaScience Lab, Leuven. His research interests include high performance computing and discrete tomography in a wide spectrum of applications.
*Wim van Aarle's presentation at Creative Media Days: http://www.slideshare.net/iMinds/iminds-the-conference-wim-van-aarle-151...