|Position:||Postdoctoral Research Associate|
|Room:||Malet Place Engineering Building, 3.23|
|Address:||Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
University College London
Malet Place Engineering Building
Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
I got my BSc and MSc degrees in Biomedical Engineering, respectively majoring in Bioelectric and Radio-medical engineering, from Shiraz university in Iran. After a PhD in Applied Mathematics at the University of Manchester, I joined the Biomedical Ultrasound Group (BUG) at UCL. In the BUG group, I am working on ray-based methods for medical ultrasound computed tomography. Under supervision of Dr. Ben Cox, I developed a refraction-corrected ray-based method for full-3D ultrasound tomography of the breast.
During my PhD, I worked on the application of inverse problems, specifically iterative variational approaches, in Photoacoustic Tomography (PAT) and Quantitative Photoacoustic Tomography (QPAT). Under supervision of Dr. Sean Holman, I established an iterative framework for Photo-acoustic tomography of the brain using an adjoint-assisted inversion approach that accounts for absorption and dispersion. I also proposed a linearised inversion method for a single-stage simultaneous reconstruction of the optical parameters from the PAT time series. Using some realistic simulation studies, I showed that a linearised version of the single-stage problem of QPAT can significantly improve the image reconstruction, compared to the nonlinear gradient-based methods.
In: J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 150 (4), pp. 2798-2805, 2021.
In: Inverse Problems, 37 (11), pp. 115003, 2021.
In: Inverse Problems, 36 , pp. 125010, 2020.
In: Inverse Problems, 35 (8), pp. 084004, 2019.
A continuous adjoint for photoacoustic tomography of the brain Journal Article
In: Inverse Problems, 34 (8), pp. 085003, 2018.