More to GE’s X-Ray Research than Meets the Eye
From what I’ve told you so far it may look like our team here at GE Global Research is primarily focused on the development of systems components and hardware. That’s of course not entirely true – we also analyze, characterize and predict the expected performance of the systems we’re building, so that we end up with an optimal design. Pictured at left is a member of my team, Bernard Claus, performing some of this analysis.
We also develop many of the advanced applications that leverage and build upon this great technology. Here are some examples of this type of work – with links to abstracts of papers and conferences where some of the team’s successes were published earlier this year:
(1) Characterization of tomosynthesis system performance – Links to Abstracts online
2) 3D reconstruction of spin data from a vascular/interventional X-ray system – Link to Abstract online
(3) Computer aided detection on tomosynthesis datasets – Link to paper
4) Geometry calibration of x-ray imaging systems – Link to paper