MS 11: Applications of the Radon Transform

Thu, 30 March, 2017, 13:30–15:30, Room: UC 202G


Simon Arridge


The Radon transform has been a fundamental component of an ever-increasing landscape of imaging modalities, and arises whenever measured data can be expressed as the integral over lines or surfaces of the parameter of interest. In this minisymposium we bring together several leading imaging scientists to illustrate the diverse areas of application of this concept.

List of speakers

Xiaochuan Pan
Algorithm-Enabled Imaging in CT and PET
Mark Anastasio
Joint image reconstruction of absorption and refraction properties in single-shot edge-illumination X-ray phase-contrast tomography
Per Christian Hansen
Region-of-Interest CT with Limited Data for Underwater Pipeline Inspection
Samuli Siltanen
Sparse-data tomographic imaging in practice
William Lionheart
Non-linearity in monochromatic transmission tomography
Bernadette Hahn
The Radon transform for dynamic objects