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Meeting: New advances in biomedical signal and image processing
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Bill Thompson

PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2002 11:34 am    
Subject: Meeting: New advances in biomedical signal and image processing
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Meeting: New advances in biomedical signal and image processing

Dear Colleague:

In the upcoming International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in
Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) in Montreal, September 20-23, 1995, a
will be held before the conference to discuss and present new advances in
biomedical signal and image processing methods and recent applications
of these emerging technologies including Time-Frequency, Wavelet Transform,
and Wavelet Packets.

I am pleased to invite you to join us for these exciting presentations
by prominent experts in engineering, medicine, computer science and
applied mathematics.

The cost for each attendee will be:
1. $100 for IEEE student member
2. $200 IEEE members,
3. $300 non IEEE members.

If you are interested in joining us at Montreal, and have any
questions about the workshop and registrations, please contact me
at Rutgers (908-445-4096) or e-mail (

Metin Akay, Ph.D.
Workshop Chair

17th Annual International Conference of IEEE EMBS



Time-Frequency, Wavelets, Wavelet Packets in Biomedical Engineering

Organizing Committee

Tom Brotherton Patrick Flandrin Dennis Healy Andrew Laine
Mohsine Karrakchou Yves Meyer Janet Rutledge Banu Onaral
Tim Olson Malvin Teich Ahmed Tewfik Nitish Thakor
Michael Unser Victor Wickerhaus William Williams Andrew Yagle

In this workshop, we will focus on the tutorial presentations of advanced
signal and image processing methods. These will include new advances in
time-frequency and wavelet transform and wavelet packets.
In addition, biomedical and image processing applications will
be presented. The invited speakers are experts in the areas of signal
processing, medical imaging, computers science and applied mathematics.

We encourage engineers, medical researchers, computers scientists and applied
mathematicians to learn about recent developments in signal and image
processing and their applications in biomedical engineering.


1. Time-Frequency and Wavelets in Signal and Image Processing:
Algorithms and Implementations

Yves Meyer

2. The generalized sampling and the design of discrete/continuous signal
processing algorithms
Michael Unser

3. The survey of the time-frequency analysis method from Wigner to
the Modern approaches
William Williams

4. The recent advances in quadratic time-frequency analysis methods
Patrick Flandrin

5. Epileptic Seizure Detection Based on Wavelet Analysis of EEG
Banu Onaral

6. Wavelet and Point-Process Analysis of Fractal Neural Firing Patterns
in Audition and Vision
Malvin Teich

7. Modern Methods in Neurological Signal Processing
Applications to Detection of Brain Injury
Nitish Thakor

8. Wavelets and Neural Networks in Maturation
Metin Akay

9. The adapted waveform de-noising for medical signals and images
Victor Wickerhauser

10. The noise reductions and spectral shaping as a combined processing
strategy for hearing aids
Janet Rutledge
11. New Signal Processing Techniques for Physiological Data Analysis
Mohsine Karrakchou

12. Multiscale wavelet frames for contrast enhancement of digital radiographs
Andrew Laine

13. Waveform and beamform design for range and 2-D Doppler ultrasound imaging
Ahmed Tewfik

14. Reducing the imaging time in MRI
Dennis Healy

15. Non-linear stabilization of ill-conditioned linear
inverse problems via adaptive subspace decomposition
Tim Olson

16. Inversion of the radon transform under wavelet constraints
Andrew Yagle

17. The Application of Wavelets and Fuzzy Logic Based Neural Nets to
Medical Data and Image Processing Problems
Tom Brotherton

Note from the editor: For the abstracts, please contact the organizers
directly. They were too large to fit into the digest.
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