Homepage of SUCCESS, a EU-H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship project to carry out research on the new generation of Spectral Computerized Tomography - the so-called 'colour X-ray scanners.
This research bridges innovative theoretical findings in reconstruction algorithms (exploiting sparsity promoting priors) and practice, with the latest experimental hardware developments based on photon counting detectors and high potential clinical applications.
Coffee Machine Learning (monthly meeting)
CREATIS, Lyon, France
PAST EVENTS AND NEWS
Philips installs a first prototype of spectral CT scanner with photon counting technology at CERMEP, Lyon. May 2015
MY LATEST RESEARCH
Regularization of Nonlinear Decomposition of Spectral X-ray Projection Images
Incorporation of prior knowledge of the signal behavior into the reconstruction to accelerate the acquisition of MR diffusion data
Nonlinear material decomposition using a regularized iterative scheme based on the Bregman distance
A Novel Prior- and Motion-Based Compressed Sensing Method for Small-Animal Respiratory Gated CT