Join us and be a part of ISBI 2011’s Student Activities!
Find us on Facebook: “ISBI 2011 Student Activities Group” and link up with other students attending the meeting, be informed of the latest planned student activities, and post questions to be used during your lunch discussions.
On Thursday, March 31st, join us for a Lunch with Leaders for the opportunity to exchange ideas with leaders who are making a difference in the field of biomedical imaging. For $10 payable at the time of your conference registration, enjoy a boxed lunch, casual conversation, and personal time with leaders. Starting now, post questions on Facebook to be included in the discussion topics at the tables. Seating is limited to 60 people and tickets will be issued on a first come-first served basis, so be sure to pre-register!
Meet fellow students and future colleagues on Friday, April 1st at the Student Networking Lunch. Do you ever wonder what it’s like in other labs? What conferences other students attend? If and how much other students get paid? What other students plan to do after graduation? For $10 payable at the time of registration, you will be grouped with other students with research backgrounds similar to your own and mix and mingle with other students from around the world. The registration fee includes a boxed lunch. Seating is limited to 70 people and tickets will be issued on a first come-first served basis.
Stay in touch and we look forward to seeing you in Chicago at the Hyatt Regency McCormick!
Student Paper Competition
Announcement of Best Student Paper Awards - Regency A, B and Corridor- Second Floor, on Friday at 10am!!
Student Paper Competition Finalists and Winners
The ten finalists, in the order of the paper number, are as follows. The 3 winners are indicated as well.
1161 : BRAIN STATE CHANGE DETECTION VIA FIBER-CENTERED FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY ANALYSIS
Chulwoo Lim, Xiang Li, Kaiming Li, Lei Guo, Tianming Liu
University of Georgia
1239: MANIFOLD LEARNING COMBINING IMAGING WITH NON-IMAGING INFORMATION
Robin Wolz, Paul Aljabar, Joseph V. Hajnal, Jyrki Loetjoenen, Daniel Rueckert
Imperial College London
1342: SELF-ASSESSING IMAGE-BASED RESPIRATORY MOTION COMPENSATION FOR FLUOROSCOPIC CORONARY ROADMAPPING
Michael Manhart, Ying Zhu, Dime Vitanovski
Siemens Corporate Research
1565: EVALUATING SPARSITY PENALTY FUNCTIONS FOR COMBINED COMPRESSED SENSING AND PARALLEL MRI
Daniel Weller, Jonathan Polimeni, Leo Grady, Lawrence Wald, Elfar Adalsteinsson, Vivek Goyal
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1608: COMPRESSED SENSING OF DIFFUSION MRI DATA USING SPATIAL REGULARIZATION AND POSITIVITY CONSTRAINTS
Sudipto Dolui, Oleg Michailovich, Yogesh Rathi
University of Waterloo
1700: DISEASE CLASSIFICATION AND PREDICTION VIA SEMI-SUPERVISED DIMENSIONALITY REDUCTION
Kayhan Nematollah Batmanghelich, Dong Hye Ye, Kilian Mary Pohl, Ben Taskar, Christos Davatzikos
University of Pennsylvania
1705: PATIENT-SPECIFIC MODELING AND VISUALIZATION OF BLOOD FLOW THROUGH THE HEART
Scott Kulp, Dimitris Metaxas, Zhen Qian, Szilard Voros, Leon Axel, Viorel Mihalef
To highlight the “best and brightest” students in biomedical imaging and signal processing, three papers will be selected to receive awards in the student paper competition. To compete, send a letter requesting your paper be considered for the student paper competition, stating the following:
- You were the principle author and technical contributor to the paper.
- You will attend the ISBI meeting and present the paper if it is selected for oral or poster presentation.
Additionally, a signed letter is required from your research or academic advisor verifying your full-time academic status in good standing and your expected completion date.
Please fax or e-mail these two items by 5 pm CST Monday, November 15, to:
Mary P. McDougall, Ph.D.
Co-Chair, ISBI Student Activities Committee
Fax No.: 979-845-4450