IDS students capture awards at CenSSIS Conference

Two Information and Data Sciences (IDS) graduate students have been awarded Best Poster Awards at the recent Bernard M. Gordon Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems Research and Industrial Collaboration Conference. PhD candidate, Sonal Ambwani, won the award in Biomedical and Biological Track for paper entitled “5D Cardiac PET/CT Imaging: Joint Reconstruction and Cardiac and Respiratory Motion Estimation”, while Zachary Sun captured the prize in the Homeland Security and Defense Track for paper entitled “Non-Rotational tomography for Luggage Scanning using Krylov Methods”. Both students are advised by Prof. W. Clem Karl.

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