Professor of Electronic Engineering
of Electronic Engineering
My broad research interests are in the fields of computational imaging, image processing, signal processing, and computer vision. In particular, I am interested in inverse problems in a variety of biomedical imaging techniques such as positron emission tomography (PET), single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), Compton imaging, X-ray CT, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The current research projects focus on developing super-resolution image reconstruction methods for PET via local/nonlocal regularization and sparse dictionary learning.
l X. Ren, S.J. Lee, "Image Reconstruction for Emission Tomography Using Intensity Normalised Patch-Based Regularisation," IET Image Processing, 13(5), pp. 794-803, Apr. 2019.
l V. G. Nguyen, S.J. Lee, "GPU-Accelerated Iterative Reconstruction from Compton Scattered Data Using a Matched Pair of Conic Projector and Backprojector," Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, vol. 131, pp. 27-36, Jul. 2016.
l V.G. Nguyen, S.J. Lee, "Parallelizing a Matched Pair of Ray-Tracing Projector and Backprojector for Iterative Cone-Beam CT Reconstruction," IEEE Trans. Nuclear Science, 62(1), pp. 171-181, Feb. 2015.
l V.G. Nguyen, S.J. Lee, "Incorporating Anatomical Side Information into PET Reconstruction Using Nonlocal Regularization", IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 22(10), pp. 3961-3973, Oct. 2013.
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