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(TOUCAN) Three-dimensional Ultrasound Imaging Through Compressive Spatial Coding

Project summary

3D ultrasound is a very powerful imaging technique, but the equipment is complex and expensive. In this project, Hans Bosch and colleagues will develop smart compressive coding masks to make 3D ultrasound imaging cheap and widely applicable.


The results of this project will lead to new applications where wearable ultrasound sensors can be used to monitor organs such as the carotid artery and the brain in both humans and animals for long periods of time.

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