I am currenntly involved in a number of research projects.
They are all within medical ultrasound and include
basic acoustics, simulation, measurements, electronics,
systems and signal processing. You can find a description of
many of the topics below.
I am the director of Center for Fast Ultrasound Imaging (CFU),
which conducts research into new imaging methods in medical
ultrasound. The Center currently employs 9 Ph.D. students,
3 post.docs. More than 80 mill.
D.kr. has been invested in the center. CFU has extesive
facilities for measuring real-time data and for processing large
amounts of data with an extensive collection of programs. The
Center has e.g. pioneered synthetic aperture flow imaging and
has show that synthetic aperture imaging can be used in-vivo.
The current research projects include:
- Spatial impulse response in ultrasound
- Simulation of medical ultrasound systems using Field II
- Coded signals for ultrasound imaging
- Synthetic aperture imaging
- Three-dimensional real-time imaging using a rotating array
- Synthetic aperture flow imaging
- Vectorial velocity estimation
- Vectorial velocity estimation for synthetic aperture flow imaging
You can later click on the links to get more information about the individual
Past research projects include:
- Estimation of pulses in in-vivo ultrasound images
- Deconvolution of ultrasound images
- Signal processing for flow estimation