Laboratorio de Procesado de Imagen
(Image Processing Lab)
Campus Miguel Delibes s/n
Universidad de Valladolid
47011 Valladolid, Spain
The project "Low-pixel Automatic Target Detection and Recognition" led by Dr. Pablo Casaseca at University of the West of Scotland with multinational electrical systems group, Thales UK and CENSIS received a Special Commendation Award at the Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards 2018 . This collaboration saw the development of unique technology, enabling automatic detection of humans and vehicles from up to 1500m using thermal imaging.
The LPI has received the Magna Cum Laude Award in Biotechnology by the Spanish Society of Radiologist in Medicine (SERAM) for the electornic communication "Obtención de la señal de sincronismo cardiaco a partir de los datos del k-espacio en IRM cine cardiaca". This communication was presented in the 34th Conference of the SERAM, which took place between May 24th and May 27th 2018 in Pamplona (Spain).
Diffusion-Weighted MRI often suffers from signal attenuation due to long TE, sensitivity to physiological motion, and dephasing due to concomitant gradients (CGs). These challenges complicate image interpretation and may introduce bias in quantitative diffusion measurements. Motion moment-nulled diffusion-weighting gradients have been proposed to compensate motion, however, they frequently result in high TE and suffer from CG effects.