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2018-03-20
16:15
Okinawa   [Short Paper] Evaluation of the joint estimation of activity and attenuation for a compact brain TOF-PET system
Risako Tanaka, Takashi Obi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Hideki Tashima, Abdella M Ahmed, Taiga Yamaya (NIRS) MI2017-104
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MI2017-104
pp.141-142
MI 2017-09-25
14:00
Chiba Chiba Univ. MI2017-42  [more] MI2017-42
pp.13-14
MI 2016-01-19
13:20
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan An automatic segmentation of the pelvic MRI for the PET attenuation correction
Hiroshi Kawaguchi (AIST), Takayuki Obata, Hiromi Sano, Eiji Yoshida (NIRS), Mikio Suga (Chiba Univ.), Yoko Ikoma (NIRS), Yukari Tanikawa (AIST), Taiga Yamaya (NIRS) MI2015-82
The automatic segmentation method of the MR image is mandatory to construct attenuation correction data for the clinical... [more] MI2015-82
pp.51-54
MI 2016-01-19
13:20
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan Feasibility study of a Compton-PET imaging system using multilayered detectors
Kohei Shinohara, Mikio Suga (Chiba Univ.), Eiji Yoshida, Hideaki Tashima, Jiang Jianyong, Ahmed Abdella Mohammednur, Taiga Yamaya (NIRS) MI2015-83
PET is a high sensitive imaging system that detects pairs of gamma rays emitted from positron emitters. Compton imaging ... [more] MI2015-83
pp.55-58
MI 2015-03-02
13:40
Okinawa Hotel Miyahira Automatic flood histogram calibration method based on Bayesian theorem for the 4-Layer DOI detector
Eiji Yoshida, Tetsuya Shinaji, Hideaki Tashima, Taiga Yamaya (NIRS) MI2014-70
 [more] MI2014-70
pp.85-88
MI 2015-03-03
13:40
Okinawa Hotel Miyahira Generation of attenuation correction factor for PET from a T1-weighted pelvic MR image using hybrid-segmentation and atlas method
Hiroshi Kawaguchi, Takayuki Obata, Hiromi Sano, Eiji Yoshida (NIRS), Mikio Suga (Chiba Univ.), Yoko Ikoma, Taiga Yamaya (NIRS) MI2014-99
The current attenuation correction method for human pelvic PET/MRI contains several problems such that the attenuation d... [more] MI2014-99
pp.221-226
MI 2015-03-03
16:00
Okinawa Hotel Miyahira Development of a method for detector response modeling with asymmetric 2D Gaussian functions for the whole-body OpenPET image reconstruction
Hideaki Tashima, Eiji Yoshida, Tetsuya Shinaji, Taiga Yamaya (NIRS) MI2014-114
 [more] MI2014-114
pp.301-304
MI 2014-01-27
13:30
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan Acceleration of OpenPET image reconstruction on multi GPUs
Haruhiko Futada, Takeshi Nagata (Mizuho Information & Research Institute), Hideaki Tashima, Eiji Yoshida, Taiga Yamaya (NIRS) MI2013-110
The OpenPET, which we have been developing in NIRS, has the potential to enable new PET applications such as image-guid... [more] MI2013-110
pp.291-294
MI 2013-01-24
13:10
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan Monte-Carlo simulation of a novel 2 m-long entire-body PET scanner
ismet isnaini, Takashi Obi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Eiji Yoshida, Taiga Yamaya (NIRS) MI2012-82
Current clinical PET scanners have about 20 cm axial field-of-view (FOV). These scanners image the whole body using abou... [more] MI2012-82
pp.105-108
MI 2013-01-24
16:00
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan Time delay correction method for PET-based tumor tracking
Tetsuya Shinaji (Chiba Univ.), Hideaki Tashima, Eiji Yoshida, Hideo Murayama, Taiga Yamaya (NIRS), Hideaki Haneishi (Chiba Univ.) MI2012-87
The world’s first open type PET, named OpenPET, is being developed at the National Institute Radiological Sciences. We a... [more] MI2012-87
pp.129-133
MI 2013-01-25
13:10
Okinawa Bunka Tenbusu Kan Influence of MRI-based attenuation correction methods on quantitative analysis of brain PET
Hiroshi Kawaguchi (NIRS), Asuka Tanigawa, Mikio Suga (Chiba Univ.), Yoshiyuki Hirano, Takahiro Shiraishi, Eiji Yoshida, Yasuyuki Kimura, Katsuyuki Tanimoto, Takayuki Obata, Hiroshi Ito, Taiga Yamaya (NIRS) MI2012-108
The quantitative capability is fundamental for PET in the human brain. Several attenuation correction methods for PET/MR... [more] MI2012-108
pp.239-244
MI 2012-01-20
11:25
Okinawa   GPU-Based Simulation of optical photons in Laser-processed crystal block of PET detector
Yuma Ogata (Chiba Univ.), Takahiro Moriya (Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.), Naoko Inadama, Fumihiko Nishikido, Eiji Yoshida, Hideo Murayama, Taiga Yamaya (NIRS), Hideaki Haneishi (Chiba Univ.) MI2011-124
 [more] MI2011-124
pp.257-261
MI 2012-01-20
15:50
Okinawa   The 2nd generation OpenPET geometry for joint cancer therapy imaging
Shoko Kinouchi (Chiba Univ./NIRS), Taiga Yamaya, Hideaki Tashima, Yoshiyuki Hirano, Eiji Yoshida, Fumihiko Nishikido (NIRS), Hideaki Haneishi, Mikio Suga (Chiba Univ.) MI2011-156
One of the challenging applications of positron emission tomography (PET) is in situ monitoring of the irradiation field... [more] MI2011-156
pp.437-439
MI 2010-01-28
11:40
Okinawa Naha-Bunka-Tenbusu [Poster Presentation] Study of Implementation of Maximum-likelihood Reconstruction for Compton Camera
Yukio Okabe (Chiba Univ.), Taiga Yamaya, Eiji Yoshida, Fumihiko Nishikido (National Inst. of Radiological Sci.), Naoki Kawachi (JAEA), Mikio Suga (Chiba Univ.) MI2009-83
In this paper we compared two implementations, histogram mode(hist-mode) and list-mode,of -MLEM(maximum likelihood expec... [more] MI2009-83
pp.47-51
MI 2010-01-28
11:40
Okinawa Naha-Bunka-Tenbusu Implementation of list-mode PET reconstruction using GPU
Shoko Kinouchi (Chiba Univ./National Inst. of Radiological Sci.), Taiga Yamaya, Eiji Yoshida (National Inst. of Radiological Sci.), Mikio Suga (Chiba Univ.) MI2009-85
We developed a 3D list-mode iterative image reconstruction using GPU. The efficiency of acceleration depends on the impl... [more] MI2009-85
pp.57-60
MI 2009-01-19
13:30
Overseas National Taiwan University [Poster Presentation] Implementation of statistical 3D-PET image reconstruction with motion correction
Shoko Kinouchi (Chiba Univ.), Taiga Yamaya (National Institute of Radiological Sciences), Tomoyuki Hasegawa (Kitasato Univ.), Tetsuya Kobayashi (Tsukuba Univ.), Hideo Murayama (National Institute of Radiological Sciences), Mikio Suga (Chiba Univ.) MI2008-93
The patient’s movements during the measurement process induce an artifact in the reconstructed image in high resolution ... [more] MI2008-93
pp.163-164
MI 2008-01-25
16:45
Okinawa Naha-Bunka-Tenbusu A consideration of a parallel computing method for the jPET-D4 image reconstruction
Atsushi Konami, Takashi Obi, Masahiro Yamaguchi, Nagaaki Ohyama (Tokyo Tech), Lam ChihFung, Taiga Yamaya, Hideo Murayama (NIRS) MI2007-106
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MI2007-106
pp.235-240
MI 2008-01-26
13:00
Okinawa Naha-Bunka-Tenbusu Imaging simulation of open PET geometries
Taiga Yamaya, Eiji Yoshida, Naoko Inadama, Fumihiko Nishikido, Kengo Shibuya, Chih Fung Lam, Hideo Murayama (NIRS) MI2007-132
In the IEEE NSS-MIC07 conference, we have proposed an “open PET” geometry, which consists of two axially separated detec... [more] MI2007-132
pp.383-387
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