“Molecular Computational Anatomy: From Euler to Dirac”
Hosted by the Department of Biomedical Engieering (BME) and the Department of Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)
Abstract: I will discuss progress over the years in Computational Anatomy (CA), representing human shape and form as an orbit under the group of diffeomorphisms. Applications to studying the spatio-temporal organization of the progression of Alzheimer’s disease will be presented.
Recent progress https://spj.science.org/doi/10.34133/2022/9868673 extending CA from the tissue scales of continuum mechanics to the molecular scales for digital pathology and spatial transcriptomics will be described.
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