MS 09: Cone/Compton transforms and their applications

Tue, 28 March, 2017, 16:30–18:30, Room: UC 202G


Gaik Ambartsoumian and Fatma Terzioglu


A new family of generalized Radon transforms has emerged in the last decade from applications in single-scattering optical tomography and Compton imaging. These transforms include broken- ray (also often called V-line) transforms, conical Radon transforms and their various generalizations. A common feature of these operators, which also distinguishes them from other generalized Radon transforms, is the presence of a vertex in the integration path (surface). Several exciting discoveries and interesting results have been reported on these topics by various researchers within the last year.

List of speakers

Rim Gouia-Zarrad
Inversion of the attenuated conical Radon transform
Vochita Maxim
Compton camera imaging and Radon transforms on the cone: from data to images
Souvik Roy
Numerical Inversion of a Broken Ray Transform Arising in Single Scattering Optical Tomography
Daniela Schiefeneder
The Radon transform over cones with vertices on the sphere and orthogonal axes