VLSI Design Group of NIT Calicut is organising a workshop on Bio-medical Ultrasound.
Ø Fundamentals of Ultra Sonography
Ø Color Doppler USG Knobology
Ø Color Doppler USG Internals
Ø Clinical Assessments using USG Machines
Who should attend? : Professionals,Faculty & Students from technical Institutions.
I am also attending this!
For registration and further details, visit http://calicut.nielit.in/IEEE/IEEE-NIELIT-BioMedical.html
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Ultrasound is good for more than monitoring fetuses and identifying heart defects. According to engineers in Canada, it can help tell what people are thinking as well. Their research suggests that ultrasound-based devices could lead to a new kind of brain-computer interface.
Brain-computer interface technology allows users to control devices with brain activity alone. Researchers have focused primarily on clinical applications for people with severe disabilities who would otherwise have difficulty interacting with the outside world.
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List of projects and titles which i collected from IEEE / WEB / BME mags
I HAVE BEEN RECEIVING A LOT OF REQUESTS REGARDING PROJECT IDEAS, KEEPING IN MIND ALL THOSE REQUEST I DECIDED TO PUT IN THIS.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PROJECT TITLE BELOW, WE CAN HAVE DISCUSSION REGARDING IT & work on for implementation of that project
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A commonly used, and relatively inexpensive, imaging technology depends on acoustic or ultrasonic waves sent into the body where they are both refracted and reflected (this is an example of medical remote sensing that does not draw upon EM radiation). The result is a sonogram or echogram which to the layman appears fuzzy and limited in definition but is informative to the physician and trained technicians. A transducer that both generates acoustic waves and receives their reflections (echos) can be placed directly near the specific organ being investigated. The acoustic signal that passes through the body is between 1 and 10 MHz (3.5 to 7.0 MHz most frequently used). A brief summary of Ultrasonic imaging is found at the HowStuffWorks site. Once there additional information can be sought by clicking on “Lots More Information” and then on “Basic Concepts of Ultrasound” that gets you to “Diagnostic Ultrasound” by Beverly Stern of Yale University (putting on a direct link on this page fails to work). Both the text and the references on the HowStuffWorks site touch upon Doppler sonography and 3-D sonography.
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