My main research activity has been lately data protection and the anonymisation of DICOM objects in particular. I am interested in the different privacy requirements for different usages and for the different stages of the data in a research project (internal use, public data access). I am also interested in the development of parallel applications, in particular in the possibility of using GP-GPUs (General Purpose Graphics Processing Unit) for data parallel applications in brain imaging. I think there is a lot of potential in this technology and it would allow having a considerable computing power available in small departments without the management burden of clusters.
Data protection and privacy assurance for medical imaging, Parallel applications, Data management infrastructure for medical imaging
J. Gomes et al. (2008) “A Grid Infrastructure for Parallel and Interactive Applications” Comput. Inform. Vol 27, 2, 173-185
D. Rodríguez, T. Carpenter, J. van Hemert, J. Wardlaw (2010) “An Open Source Toolkit for Medical Imaging De-Identification” European Radiology 20/08 – August 2010. DOI: 10.1007/s00330-010-1745-3
D. Rodríguez et al. (2004) “MPICH-G2 Implementation of an Interactive Neural Network Training” 2nd European Across Grids Conference, Proceedings in LNCS vol. 3165 Springer-Verlag
Jano van Hemert Scotland
Fan Zhu Scotland
Trevor Carpenter Scotland