Meet ADISL at ISMRM 2011 in Montréal, Québec, Canada

We would be presenting a poster at The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), 2011 Conference in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
Details follow:

DAY: May 10, 2011
TITLE: 4029 – Extendable Multimodality Imaging Framework with specific illustration of DTI
TIME: 14:30 – 15:00

Synopsis: A worldwide interest in research and development in MRI and associated protocols in last 2 decades has generated a need for tools and frameworks that allow rapid development of research grade software. We propose a plugin based architecture that allows developers to add extended support for various file-formats, post-processing algorithms, re-use of existing libraries etc. As an illustration, we are describing a plugin for post-processing of Diffusion Tensor MRI data.

This work is a Plugin for ADISL‘s Image Apprentice and further enhances the Plugin Development Kit’s capabilities.
Do connect with us to learn more about how ADISL can help you in your Imaging Research activities.
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About ADISL
Advanced Digital Imaging Solutions Laboratory | adislindia.com --- Advanced Digital Imaging Solutions Laboratory (ADISL) is a research and development focused Laboratory, which aims at bringing out state-of-the-art technology products with high market potential. Broadly speaking, the primary area of research of the organization is novel image processing techniques. Our vision is to share a symbiotic relationship with the pre-existing Medical/Scientific Imaging and Cinema/Entertainment Industry by providing them with novel image enhancement/quantitation applications.

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