Description

Leader of the group Computational Imaging: Tristan van Leeuwen.

 

Our research group is developing the next generation of 3D imaging – enabling scientists to look further into objects of all kinds. Based on mathematics, algorithms and numerical solution techniques, our approach is interdisciplinary, combining aspects of mathematics, computer science and physics. We pride ourselves on the versatility of our solutions, and our algorithms can be applied to a wide range of imaging in science, medicine and industry. In Computational Imaging, it’s our goal to constantly push the boundaries of research. By combining advanced image acquisition, parameter estimation, and discrete tomography algorithms for example, we are able to develop workflows for 3D electron microscopy at atomic resolution.

More information on the Computational Imaging group at CWI.

 

 

Vacancies

No vacancies currently.

News

Joost Batenburg awarded with Dutch Award for ICT research 2018

Joost Batenburg awarded with Dutch Award for ICT research 2018

Joost Batenburg has been awarded with the Dutch Award for ICT research 2018. CWI’s group leader Computational Imaging and professor at Leiden University receives the award for his research in the area of new algorithms for tomography. An amount of 50.000 euro is attached to the award. This amount can be freely spent, in order to reinforce Batenburg’s research.

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CWI and Meyn Food Processing start joint research project on non-destructive 3D spectral Imaging

CWI and Meyn Food Processing start joint research project on non-destructive 3D spectral Imaging

CWI’s Computational Imaging group and Meyn Food Processing will collaborate in a joint research project with the goal of developing novel 3D spectral imaging techniques that will be applied in the poultry industry. The research will be executed by using the technology made available in CWI's ’FleX-ray’ lab.

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Current events

SECOND ANNUAL MEETING FOR THE DUTCH INVERSE PROBLEMS COMMUNITY

  • 2022-11-10T09:30:00+01:00
  • 2022-11-11T18:00:00+01:00
November 10 Thursday

Start: 2022-11-10 09:30:00+01:00 End: 2022-11-11 18:00:00+01:00

Conference center de Werelt, Lunteren

The second annual meeting of the Dutch Inverse Problems Community will take place on 10-11 November 2022 in conference center de Werelt, Lunteren. A summary of last year’s event can be read here.

 

Registration

The registration is now open. Registration fees are expected to be around EUR 225 for 2-day attendance (including lunch, diner, and hotel), and EUR 50 for 1-day attendance for EUR 50 (including lunch). You will receive additional confirmation about the exact fees and payment details in september.

Preliminary program

Thursday November 10

Masterclasses on High Performance Computing and Inverse Problem Theory (preliminary abstracts are included below). The masterclasses will take in place in parallel and aim to give an in-depth overview and hands-on experience on the topic.

 

Friday November 11

Scientific talks, highlighting recent developments in Inverse Problems from a mathematical and practical point of view. The talks are by invitation, and selected to give a balanced perspective on theory and applications of inverse problems from both junior and senior researchers.

 

 

CWI Inverse Problems Seminar - Vanja Nikolic (Radboud U.)

  • 2022-07-12T11:00:00+02:00
  • 2022-07-12T12:00:00+02:00
July 12 Tuesday

Start: 2022-07-12 11:00:00+02:00 End: 2022-07-12 12:00:00+02:00

L016

Relating models of nonlinear acoustics through singular limit analysis

Accurate mathematical modeling of nonlinear sound propagation is relevant in various applications of ultrasonic waves, ranging from imaging to lithotripsy and cancer therapy. In this talk, we will discuss how different (non)local PDE models arising in nonlinear acoustics can be related in the limit of relevant small parameters, such as sound diffusivity and thermal relaxation time. In particular, we will quantify the errors made when replacing (singularly) perturbed acoustic models with unperturbed ones. The talk is based on joint works with Barbara Kaltenbacher (University of Klagenfurt) and Mostafa Meliani (Radboud University).

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Current projects with external funding

  • Mathematics and Algorithms for 3D Imaging of Dynamic Processes ()
  • Non-destructive 3D spectral imaging: applications in the poultry industry ()
  • Cambridge RG99590 AIO cancer imaging optimisation (Cancer Imaging Optimisation)
  • the Center for Optimal, Real-Time Machine Studies of the Explosive Universe (CORTEX)
  • CT for Art: from Images to Patterns (IMPACT4Art)
  • MUltiscale, Multimodal and Multidimensional imaging for EngineeRING (MUMMERING)
  • Translation-Driven Development of Deep Learning for Simultaneous Tomographic Image Reconstruction and Segmentation (None)
  • Deep learning and compressed sensing for ultrasonic nondestructive testin (PPS Applus RTD)
  • Team Science Award
  • Universal Three-dimensiOnal Passport for process Individualization in Agriculture (UTOPIA)
  • Mathematics and Algorithms for 3D Imaging of Dynamic Processes / OIO positie Graas (Wiskundeclusters)
  • Enabling X-ray CT based Industry 4.0 process chains by training Next Generation research experts (xCTing)

Related partners

  • ABN AMRO Bank
  • Fraunhofer Gesellschaft
  • IBM
  • Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
  • Naturalis
  • Netherlands eScience Center
  • NIKHEF
  • Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
  • Universiteit Wageningen
  • University of Cambridge
  • Nederland Instituut voor Radio Astronomie
  • GREEFA
  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  • Rheinisch-Westfaelische Technische Hochschule Aachen
  • SURFsara B.V.
  • Universiteit Utrecht
  • Universiteit van Amsterdam