course: Master Practical Course Biomedical Engineering
- teaching methods:
- practical course
- responsible person:
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Schmitz
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Schmitz (ETIT), wiss. Mitarbeiter (ETIT)
- offered in:
- winter term
dates in winter term
- kick-off meeting: Monday the 14.10.2019 from 14:15 in ID 04/232
- lab Mondays: from 14:15 to 17.00 o'clock in ID 04/271
All statements pertaining to examination modalities (for the summer/winter term of 2020) are given with reservations. Changes due to new requirements from the university will be announced as soon as possible.
|Form of exam:||lab|
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Upon successful completion of the module, students will have a deeper understanding of previously acquired knowledge in the field of signal processing and imaging and the ability to apply this knowledge in practical applications. They will be able to select and discuss suitable models, perform and evaluate simulations using appropriate software (e.g. Matlab, OnScale) and optimize solution approaches based on this. They are able to work in small teams and to prepare technical reports. As a key qualification, they will be able to implement methods to master complex designs.
This practical course deepens the basics of ultrasound imaging techniques and image registration in 4 experiments. The experiments are carried out on several consecutive dates. The focus is on ultrasound imaging techniques. In the first experiment on ultrasound imaging, the basics of sound reflection and attenuation and signal processing as well as the formation of the ultrasound B-image are taught. Based on this, an ultrasonic transducer will be optimized using FEM programs in a further experiment. FEM transducer models, equivalent circuit diagrams and design criteria for ultrasonic transducers are presented. The experiment on the field simulation of sound wave propagation deals with the array design and design criteria for ultrasonic transducer arrays. Methods of beamforming, imaging artifacts and different scanning methods are investigated with the simulation program Field II, so that students can gain practical experience with field simulations. The last experiment covers the topic of image registration. The application example of computer-assisted surgery will be used to show how different image data can be fused. For this purpose, known algorithms have to be implemented in Matlab and then tested in a given experimental set-up.
Content of the lectures: Ultrasound technology in medicine, Tomographic imaging methods, Biomedical Image Processing
- Buzug, Thorsten M. "Einführung in die Computertomographie. Mathematisch-physikalische Grundlagen der Bildrekonstruktion", Springer, 2007
- Oppelt, Arnulf "Imaging Systems for Medical Diagnostics", Publicis Corporate Publishing, 2005
Registration is via the e-learning portal Moodle of Ruhr University Bochum. You will receive the necessary information in the preliminary discussion.
Another preliminary discussion will take place on Monday, 15.10.2018, in ID 04/232.
Only for Master students!