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Jørgen Arendt Jensen Professor, Ph.D., Dr.Techn., M.Sc.
Jørgen Arendt Jensen,


DTU Elektro, Building 349, Room 222,
Technical University of Denmark,
2800 Kgs. Lyngby,

Phone: 45 25 39 24 (direct),
Phone: 45 25 38 00 (operator),
E-mail: jaj@elektro.dtu.dk

Secretary Elna Sørensen, Room 224,
Phone: 45 25 58 32 (direct),
E-mail: es@elektro.dtu.dk

Consultant Nina Kjærgaard, Room 234,
Phone: 45 25 36 40 (direct),
E-mail: ninak@elektro.dtu.dk


Do you want to know more about Field II? You now have the chance of participating in the International Summer School on Advanced Ultrasound Imaging at the Technical University of Denmark from June 1 to 5, 2015. Please also look at information about the Summer school at the web site.

The aim is to give a hands-on introduction to advanced ultrasound imaging and its theoretical and practical basis. This includes the concepts of linear acoustic systems, spatial impulse responses, k-space, simulation, signal processing and imaging.The course consists of a set of lectures given by international experts from DTU, Duke University and Institut Langevin in Paris. The deadline for signing up is May 15.

Summer school at DTU

Please also look at information about the Artimino Meeting that takes place after the summer school.

The conference will take place on 7-10 June, 2015 at the Örenäs castle close to Helsinborg, Sweden. The 2015 Artimino Ultrasound Conference is the 17th in a series of semi-annual conferences (begun as the New England Doppler Conferences) on the physics, bioengineering and clinical applications of ultrasound.

Artimino Meeting venue


Funding of 10 mill. euro was donated from the Advanced Technology Foundation for a period of 5 years from 2013 to 2017 together with substantial funding from the commercial partners for a combined budget of 20 mill. euro. The project is a collaboration between CFU, DTU Elektro and DTU Nanotech, the companies BK Medical and Meggitt, the Alexandra Institute and Copenhagen University Hospital. The project seeks to radically improve the application possibilities of ultrasound by rethinking the technologies, and how ultrasound is used. Three new PhD positions have been posted here. The deadline for application is September 12. Please use the electronic submission system on the DTU web-site.

In 2013 we started our new Master education in Medicine & Technology jointly offered with the University of Copenhagen. You can find much more information in English at the web-site: www.medicineandtechnology.org. The education is given entirely in English and is taught jointly with the Danish education in Medicine & Technology at both the Technical University of Denmark and at the University of Copenhagen.

Background


I am professor of Biomedical Signal Processing at the Department of Electrical Engineering (DTU Elektro), the Technical University of Denmark. My main interest is the application of digital signal processing to medical ultrasound; especially synthetic aperture imaging, vector flow imaging, and ultrasound simulation. This includes development of algorithms for performing fast acquisition of clinical images, characterization and development of estimation algorithms for determining vector blood velocities, development of research systems for ultrasound imaging, and efficient and accurate simulation of ultrasound systems.

I received the M.Sc. in electrical engineering in 1985, the Ph.D. in 1989 for work on deconvolution, and the Dr. Techn. degree in 1996 for my work on blood velocity estimation in the book: "Estimation of Blood Velocities Using Ultrasound, A Signal Processing Approach", which was published by Cambridge University Press in 1996. I have been full professor at DTU since 1993 and I have been a visiting scientist at Duke University, North Carolina, Stanford University, California, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaing, all in the US. I became an IEEE Fellow in 2012.

Currently I head the Center for Fast Ultrasound Imaging. You can find a description of the center and its research on the web-site link above.

I teach in courses on medical imaging. Links can be found on the left. I am also one of the initiators of the biomedical engineering education jointly offered by the Technical University of Denmark and the University of Copenhagen. You can find more information (in Danish) about the education at: www.medicin-ing.dk/. Our new English education in Medicine & Technology can be found at: www.medicineandtechnology.org.




25 years at DTU


On January 1 2012 my 25 years jubilee at the University was celebrated. It was a great day, and I want to thank everyone for coming and making it such a great day.

Jørgen



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