2017 Seminar Series

Speaker Affiliation Area/Title Host Date Time Location

Monica Shokeen

Optical Radiology Lab, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology,
Center for Multiple Myeloma Nanotherapy,
Washington University School of Medicine
Precision Imaging of Multiple MyelomaJoseph O'Sullivan12/8/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Richard Laforest

Associate Professor of Radiology,
Washington University in St. Louis
Quantitative PET in PET/MRI Joseph O'Sullivan12/1/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Hiroya Nakao

Associate Professor,
Systems and Control Engineering,
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Phase Reduction and Synchronization of a Network of Coupled Dynamical Elements Exhibiting Collective Oscillations Jr-Shin Li11/14/201711:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Hong Chen

Department of Biomedical Engineering,
Department of Radiation Oncology,
Washington University in St. Louis
Image-Guided Focused Ultrasound Therapy Joseph O'Sullivan11/3/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

James A. J. Fitzpatrick

Director, Center for Cellular Imaging
Associate Professor, Cell Biology & Physiology, Neuroscience, and BME
Washington University in St. Louis
Correlative Optical, X-Ray and Electron Microscopy in study of Disease PathogenesisJoseph O'Sullivan11/2/201710:10 a.m.Whitaker Hall, Room 218

Edmund Yeh

Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Computer and Information Science
Northeastern University
Networking for Big Data: Theory and Optimization for NDNArye Nehorai10/27/201710:10 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Jeffrey F. Williamson

Professor of Radiation Oncology,
Editor-in-Chief, Medical Physics
Washington University in St. Louis
Modeling Deformation of Pelvic Anatomy: Application to Prostate and Cervical Cancer Radiation Therapy Planning Joseph O'Sullivan10/27/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Joel R. Garbow

Professor of Biomedical MR Laboratory
Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
Washington University in St. Louis
MRI at the Intersection of Basic and Clinical Science: Studies of Placental Function and Radiated BrainJoseph O'Sullivan10/20/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Mark Anastasio

Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Washington University in St. Louis
Computational Methods for X-ray Phase-Contrast ImagingJoseph O'Sullivan10/13/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Ulugbek Kamilov

Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering
Washington University in St. Louis
Convergent Image Reconstruction for Nonlinear Diffractive ImagingJoseph O'Sullivan10/06/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Ayan Chakrabarti

Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
Washington University in St. Louis
Co-Designing Measurement and Inference for PhotographyJoseph O'Sullivan9/29/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Quing Zhu

Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Radiology
Washington University in St. Louis
Multi-Modality Imaging Techniques for Breast, Ovarian and Colorectal Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment Monitoring and PredictionJoseph O'Sullivan9/22/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Tiezhi Zhang

Professor of Radiation Oncology Department
Washington University in St. Louis
Multi-pixel x-ray source and its applications in medical imagingJoseph O'Sullivan9/15/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Matthew D. Lew

Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering
Washington University in St. Louis
Single-Molecule Probes and Computational Optics for Imaging Nanoscale Biological StructuresJoseph O'Sullivan9/8/20178:40 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120

Jan Wiersig

Professor in the institute for Theoretical Physics
Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
Optical Microdisk Cavities with Weak Boundary DeformationLan Yang5/11/20173 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Zhiwen LiuProfessor of Electrical Engineering,
Penn State University
Nonlinear Optical Imaging and SpectroscopyLan Yang4/24/20172 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Shen Zeng PhD,
Postdoctoral Researcher and Lecturer
Institute for Systems Theory and
Automatic Control,
University of Stuttgart
Data-driven Analysis and Control of Large-scale Dynamical Systems R. Martin Arthur4/20/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Chuan Wang PhD,
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical
and Computer Engineering
Michigan State University
Fully-printed Stretchable Electronic Devices, Circuits, Sensors, and Displays R. Martin Arthur4/14/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
P. Scott CarneyPhD,
Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Synthetic Optical Holography R. Martin Arthur3/23/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Sung-Min Sohn PhD,
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology
University of Minnesota
RF/Mixed-Signal Circuits and Systems toward Next-Generation MRI R. Martin Arthur3/9/201711 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Yunlong ZiPhD,
Postdoctoral Fellow
School of Materials Science and
Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology




Capturing Energy through Triboelectric Nanogenerators: An Emerging Power Solution R. Martin Arthur3/6/20171 p.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Shen ZengPhD,
Postdoctoral Researcher and Lecturer
Institute for Systems Theory and
Automatic Control
University of Stuttgart
Concepts and Computational Methods for Populations of Dynamical Systems R. Martin Arthur3/2/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Song Hu, PhD Candidate,
Graduate Research Assistant
School of Electrical &
Computer Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Energy-efficient, High-fidelity, and Broadband RF/millimeter-wave Signal Generation in Silicon R. Martin Arthur2/27/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Yuejie ChiPhD, Assistant Professor
Department of SBS- Biomedical Informatics and
Electrical & Computer Engineering
The Ohio State University
Exploiting Geometry for High-Resolution Source Localization R. Martin Arthur2/23/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Barmak Heshmat
PhD, Research Scientist
Department of Media Arts and Sciences
MIT
Imaging at Relativistic Speeds; The New Space Between Sensing and Imaging R. Martin Arthur2/9/201710 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120
Bo ZhenPostdoctoral Associate
Physics Department and Research Laboratory of Electronics
MIT
Nanophotonics in Systems of Large Sizes R. Martin Arthur2/2/201711 a.m.Green Hall, Room 0120