Contact

Quantitative Imaging Group
Dept. of Imaging Physics
Faculty of Applied Sciences
Delft University of Technology
Lorentzweg 1
2628 CJ Delft
The Netherlands

Email: secr-qi-tnw@remove-this.tudelft.nl
Phone: +31-15-27-81416
Fax: +31-15-27-86740

How to reach us (Building 22)

Agenda

Opening Academic year

1 September 

Thesis defence Thijs van Leest

8 September, 10.00h Aula

Imphys Science Day

7 October

Progress meetings & Research seminars

Vacancies

PhD vacancies:

We have the following vacancie in our group.

 For other vacancies within TU Delft, please go to Academic Transfer.

For applying for a PhD Position, please contact the research supervisor or use the on-line application form.

Quantitative Imaging

The mission of the Quantitative Imaging (QI) Group is to invent new image-based measurement principles through a combination of imaging physics and digital imaging leading to novel imaging solutions and algorithms for image processing, image analysis, image reconstruction, and image recognition. Our fundamental approach is often applied to selected applications in Life Sciences and Health in close collaboration with leading industrial parties and top university medical centers. The core competence of the group is on extracting quantitative information from multi-dimensional image data. Important contributions herein have been made to the field of digital measurement theory, non-linear image filtering, quantitative microscopy and medical image analysis. We offer a stimulating academic climate for collaborative multi-disciplinary research and for training bachelor, master, and Ph.D. students in the modern aspects of engineering physics and imaging sciences.

News

  • Cristina Serret Nogues completed her MSc thesis on "Probabilistic ...
  • Jelle Nieuwboer started his BSc thesis project on "Validation ...
  • Tim Moerkerken started his BSc thesis project on "Optical ...
  • Koen Kalkman started his MSc research on "Wavefront ...
  • Dirk Poot received EUR fellowship and ... 
  • Farzad Fereidouni left our group to  ...

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