I work currently: (1) on super-computing technologies, on advanced imaging systems and on automatic recognition by machine (machine vision); (2) on developing algorithms & techniques for advanced medical imaging systems; (3) on theory to compute conformal structures for geometry representations giving ground to novel strategies that might pave the road for advances in diverse problems in science and engineering. to novel
strategies that might pave the road for advances in diverse problems.
Advanced imaging systems; machine vision
information theory; machine and biological vision; medical imaging;
real-world applications; discrete Ricci flow; epidemiology;
• The L-Functions Have Only Simple Non Trivial Zeros. Tuan Cao-Huu and Florin Alan Muscutar. 2016.
• Multiple Solutions of Riemann-Type of Functional Equations. T. Cao-Huu and D. Ghisa. February 2016.
• Invariants of Infinite Blaschke Products. T. Cao-Huu and D. Ghisa.
MATHEMATICA, Tome 49 (72), No 2, 2007, pp. 139–148. PDF.
• DOI and fMRI coupling study across scanners. Tuan Cao-Huu
Brownell, A.-L. Canales, K. Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/
LEOS.2007.438228. Lasers and Electro-Optics Society, IEEE, November
2007. -- Availability
on line, for a fee, at http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/ . For Copyright
reasons, please pay for the IEEE version.
• fMRI and DOI Non-Rigid Registration with Discrete Curvature Flows and Mutual Information. Tuan Cao-Huu Brownell, A.-L. Lachiver, G. Wong, S. Brownell, G. Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/LEOS.2007.4382282. IEEE Lasers, Electro-Optics Society, Nov 2007. Availability on line, for a fee, at http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/ . For Copyright reasons, please pay for the IEEE version
Mobile Telemedicine: A Computing and Networking Perspective. Tuan Cao-Huu.
Published by CRC Press, June 2008.
ISBN 1420060465, 9781420060461 --
440 pages. Web reading possible in a flash format as featured Chapters by CRC press
My http://ftp.deas.harvard.edu/pub/tuan/audet/plan.pdf work summary with Boston Collaborators.
• On-going projects (with Boston collaborators):
Neuro-surgical Navigation (with Brownell, Kwong at Harvard)
Enhanced Reality Visualization (with Brownell)
Constructing 3D Models
Discrete Ricci Flow
Enhanced Reality Visualization
Surgical Instrument Tracking
Positron Emission Tomography (with Brownell)
Multi-Modal, Ricci-flow Registration (with Kwong)
• Discrete Surface Ricci flow for Shape Analysis and Geometric Modeling To develop and apply Discrete Surface Ricci Flow theory to various geometry representations to compute conformal structures. Using computed conformal structures, new geometry representation and analysis tools can be developed, which might pave the road for advances in multiple fronts of science and engineering.
• fMRI hardware and novel algorithms for High Resolution, High Field Imaging (with K. Kwong at Harvard Medical School).
My work summary at Harvard.
I consult for US Army and NIH supported research at MGH, Harvard University
Anna Liisa Brownell, PhD
Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School
Associate Physicist, Massachusetts General Hospital