Joost Batenburg

Scientific Staff Member, Group leader, Professor

Fullname Prof.dr. K.J. Batenburg
Function(s) Scientific Staff Member, Group leader, Professor
Telephone 4037
Room L020
Department(s) Computational Imaging

Research

My research interests include:

  • Inverse problems in image reconstruction
  • Discrete tomography and other subjects in tomographic imaging
  • Electron tomography for imaging at the nanometer scale, downto atomic resolution
  • Applications of tomography in materials science and medical imaging
  • Combinatorial optimization
  • Modern optimization heuristics, evolutionary algorithms
  • GPU computing for large-scale scientific computing
  • Image processing and computer vision

Selected Publications

  • S. van Aert, K.J. Batenburg, M.D. Rossell, R. Erni, G. Van Tendeloo, Three-dimensional atomic imaging of crystalline nanoparticles, MacMillan, 374-377, 2011
  • A. Stolk, K.J. Batenburg, An algebraic framework for discrete tomography, S.I.A.M., 1056-1079, 2010
  • K.J. Batenburg, J. Sijbers, Optimal threshold selection for tomogram segmentation by projection distance minimization, I.E.E.E., 676-686, 2009
  • K.J. Batenburg, J. Sijbers, Adaptive thresholding of tomograms by projection distance minimization, Pergamon, 2297-2305, 2009
  • K.J. Batenburg, A network flow algorithm for reconstructing binary images from discrete X-rays, Springer, 175-191, 2007
  • K.J. Batenburg, An evolutionary algorithm for discrete tomography, Elsevier, 36-54, 2005