Thesis Projects in Visualization and Medical Image Analysis Group

The following theses have been completed, or are currently ongoing, in the Visualization and Medical Image Analysis Group:

  • since 07/2019: Judith Cruz, MSc thesis in Life Science Informatics: "Predictive modeling of Autism spectrum disorder based on data from the IMaging-PsychiAtry Challenge (IMPAC)"
  • since 07/2019: Snezhana Karpova, MSc thesis in Life Science Informatics: "Automated detection of diabetic retinopathy from smartphone-based fundus videos"
  • since 05/2019: Agajan Torayev, MSc thesis in Computer Science: "Unsupervised Representation Learning for Diffusion MRI"
  • since 05/2019: Regina Wehler, MSc thesis in Life Science Informatics: "Predicting task fMRI activation based on dMRI tractography"
  • since 05/2019: Xiao Feng, MSc thesis in Media Informatics: "Visualization and Interactive Correction of Domain Specific Knowledge Graphs" (with Dr. Shariat Yazdi / Prof. Lehmann)
  • since 05/2019: Min Xue, MSc thesis in Computer Science: "Web-based System for User-Guided Training of SVMs"
  • 06/2019: Faridullah Khan, MSc thesis in Life Science Informatics: "Adversarial Training for Medical Image Segmentation"
  • 04/2019: Olivier Morelle, MSc thesis in Life Science Informatics: "Multi-Shell Blind Deconvolution with DKI-based Kernels"
  • 03/2019: Mohammed Abdelgadir, MSc thesis in Life Science Informatics: "Brain Tractography Registration Using Nonrigid Iterative Closest Point"
  • 02/2019: Johannes Kürsch, BSc thesis in Computer Science: "Ensembling Pretrained Neural Networks for Neuron Segmentation in Calcium Imaging" (external; at DZNE, Prof. Remy)
  • 11/2018: Alexey Karpov, MSc thesis in Computer Science: "Graph-based Predictive Modeling of Brain Connectivity"
  • 06/2018: Xin Hu, MSc thesis in Life Science Informatics: "Revisiting the Kurtosis Mixture Model: Fitting and Role of the Dot Compartment"
  • 02/2018: Andrei Zhukov, MSc thesis in Computer Science: "Detecting and Correcting Motion-Related Signal Dropout in Diffusion MRI”
  • 12/2017: Kanil Patel, MSc thesis in Computer Science: "Learning Empirical Priors for Regularized ODF Estimation"
  • 09/2017: Markus Neuerbourg, MSc thesis in Computer Science: "Building a Tractography-based Atlas of the Human Thalamus”
  • 12/2016: Eliza Koshtoyan, MSc thesis in Media Informatics: "Assessing and Visualizing the Quality of a Product Cost Calculation" (external; at SAP Dresden)
  • 11/2016: Talha Mubeen, MSc thesis in Computer Science: "Deep Learning for Robust Sparse Diffusion MRI"
  • 05/2016: Arvind Verma, MSc thesis in Media Informatics: “Rotationally Invariant Classification of Symmetric Functions on the Sphere”
  • 05/2016: Mohammad Khatami Juybari, MSc thesis in Media Informatics: "BundleMAP: Anatomically Localized Classification, Regression, and Statistical Analysis in Diffusion MRI"
  • 04/2016: Cifong Kang, MSc thesis in Media Informatics: “Visualizing Whole Brain Tractography on a Head Mounted Display”
  • 02/2016: Shekoufeh Gorgi Zadeh, MSc thesis in Media Informatics: “Crease Enhancement Using Fourth-Order Nonlinear Anisotropic Diffusion Equations”
  • 01/2016: Irem Cetin, MSc thesis in Computer Science: “Subdividing the Thalamus in dMRI Data from the Human Connectome Project”
  • 01/2016: Aymen Said, BSc thesis in Computer Science: “Ein interaktives Software-System für lernbasiertes Volumen-Rendering”
  • 07/2015: Margarita Ganeva, MSc thesis in Media Informatics: “Patch-Based Nonrigid Registration of Triangle Meshes and Point Clouds”
  • 05/2015: Miguel Lumeras, MSc thesis as Erasmus student: “Predicting Response to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation from Diffusion Spectrum Imaging”
  • 09/2014: Krishna Prasad Soundararajan, MSc thesis in Media Informatics: “Random Forests for Stroke-Based Design of High-Dimensional Transfer Functions”
  • 08/2014: Vitalis Wiens, BSc thesis in Computer Science: “Stromlinien mit Superquadrik-Querschnitt zur Faservisualisierung in der Diffusions-Bildgebung”
  • 08/2014: Beowulf Siegert, Diploma thesis in Computer Science: “Berechnung von Diffusions-Kurtosis aus MRT-Aufnahmen von Muskel- und Nervengewebe”