Our colleague at Tecnalia Computer Vision, Arantza Bereciartua has successfully presented her PhD dissertation at the Control Engineering and Automatics Department of the University of the Basque Country. This work has been co-tutored among this University and Tecnalia. The work presents a 3D variational segmentation method for liver segmentation over multisequence mRI images. This work has also been presented in [Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine] and in [Biomedical Signal Processing and Control] journals. Congratulations!
Our colleague at Tecnalia Computer Vision, Adrián Galdrán has successfully presented his PhD dissertation at the Applied Mathematics Department of the University of the Basque Country. This work has been co-tutored among this University and Tecnalia. The work, entitled “Visibility Recovery on Images Acquired in Attenuating Media. Application to Underwater, Fog, and Mammographic Imaging”, presents novel variational algorithms to restore the information contained on degraded images acquired under attenuating conditions such as, underwater, haze or human tissue. This restoration plays an essential role for the performance of ulterior image analysis and understanding algorithms. The developed algorithms have been already applied to natural, underwater, medical and steel process images both for restoration purposes and to improve the performance of analysis algorithms. Congratulations!