PhD students at BME

A substantial part of the group’s research is carried out by our PhD students.

Their projects are supported by various hospitals, the industry, the Danish Research Foundation, private foundations and DTU and comprise research within biomechanics and biomedicine, magnetic resonance imaging (MR), signal processing, and ultrasound.

Currently, our group includes 13 PhD students and though projects are individual and multi-disciplinary, we enjoy many opportunities to discuss ideas, approaches and results within the group.

The PhD students are encouraged to present their work to the faculty on a regular basis and to submit a minimum of two research papers a year to recognized journals. Participation in international conferences is also highly encouraged.

Current Phd projects

Joachim Rasmussen
Non-linear SA Imaging
To be completed: 2013

Peter Møller Hansen
Pre-clinical studies of synthetic aperture
To be completed: 2014

Morten Fischer Rasmussen
Two Stage Beam Forming Methods for 3D Imaging
To be completed: 2014

Mette Funding La Cour
Micromachined integrated transducers for ultrasound imaging
To be completed: 2014  

Julie Anja Engelhard Christensen
Characterization of early and mature electrophysiological biomakers for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's patients
To be completed: 2014

Dorthe Bodholt Saadi
Optimal low power microelectronic implementation for single-use ECG arrhythmia detection device  
To be completed: 2014

Mads Andersen
Motion-insensitive Magnetic Resonance Imaging
To be completed: 2015

Mariwan Baker
Improved radiotherapy utilizing 3D and 4D ultrasound imaging techniques
To be completed: 2015

Hans Kasper Wigh Lipsø
Novel MR contrast agent for angiography and perfusion: Hyperpolarized Water 
To be completed: 2015

Jacob Bjerring Olesen
Micromachined integrated transducers for ultrasound imaging
To be completed: 2015

Mehdi Ordikhani-Seyedlar
A Brain Computer Interface (BCI) System for Neuro-rehabillitation 
To be completed: 2015

Adnan Vilic
Early Warning of Acute Diseases from Portable Vital Signs Monitoring and -Interpretation
To be completed: 2016

Carlos Armando Villagómez Hoyos
Optimal synthetic aperture duplex imaging 
To be completed: 2016

Recently completed PhD projects

Jacob Kempfner
Early Diagnosis of Neurodegenerative Diseases
Completed: 2013

Pengfei Tian
Computational protein aggregation
Completed: 2013

An Pham
In-situ Identification of Marine Organisms using High-Frequency Wideband Ultrasound
Completed: 2012

Jonas Henriksen
Prediction and detection of epileptic seizures
Completed: 2012

Jens Munk Hansen
Synthetic Aperture Compound Imaging
Completed: 2012

Ye Li
Synthetic aperture flow imaging using a dual beam former approach
Completed: 2012

Michael Johannes Pihl
3D Vector Flow Imaging
Completed: 2012

Isa Conradsen
Detection and surveillance of epileptic seizures with automatic multi-modal signal analysis
Completed: 2012

Sandro Bottaro
Protein dynamics simulations at millisecond time scales
Completed: 2012

Sara Matteoli
Diagnosis of heel pad injuries
Completed: 2012

Anetta Clausen
Experimental and theorectical investigation of signaling in Quorum Sensing of Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
Completed: 2012

Mads Møller Pedersen
Vector flow with a clinical perspective
Completed: 2012

Marie Sand Enevoldsen
Computational simulation of stent-graft based minimally-invasive aortic aneurysm repair
Completed: 2011

Martin Christian Hemmsen
Image processing in medical ultrasound
Completed: 2011

Yigang Du
Non-linear ultrasound imaging
Completed: 2011

David Bæk
Calibrated modeling of ultrasonic fields using Field II
Completed: 2010

Klaus Scheldrup Andersen
Non-invasive ambient pressure estimation using non-linear ultrasound contrast agents
Completed: 2009

Henrik Andresen
3D synthetic aperture imaging
Completed: 2009

Iben Kraglund Holfort
Adaptive beamforming in medical ultrasound
Completed: 2009

http://www.bme.elektro.dtu.dk/teaching/phd
25 NOVEMBER 2017