IPAM Workshops

This two-week intensive workshop focuses on mathematical techniques that can be applied to brain images to measure, map, and model brain structure and function. Experts that are pioneers in medical image analysis describe the mathematics used in brain imaging today

Topics range from modeling anatomical structures in MRI scans and mapping connectivity in diffusion tensor images to statistical analysis of functional brain images from fMRI, EEG, and MEG. Current applications in radiology and neuroscience will be highlighted, as well as new directions in the mathematics of structural and functional image analysis. Mathematical topics covered will include computational anatomy, statistical analysis of functional images and time-series, ICA and random field theory, metric pattern theory, differential geometry, and computer vision approaches used in computational anatomy and functional imaging. Software implementing a wide range of algorithms will also be demonstrated, and tutorial notes will be provided. Talks will be of interest to newcomers and experts in the field.

2007 IPAM Workshop
Image Processing for Random Shapes: Applications to Brain Mapping, Geophysics and Astrophysics Workshop
May 21-25, 2007

2008 IPAM Workshop
Mathematics of Brain Imaging (MBI) workshop
Summer 2008