This course covers the main image reconstruction techniques used in the tomographic imaging systems TAC, PET, SPECT and MRI.
It will allow the student to get familiar with the acquired data in each system that enable the generation of the tomographic image, basic to be able to approach the reconstruction problem.
The contents can be sumarized in (see more details in the weekly planning):
1. Introduction to tomographic image reconstruction.
2. Imaging basics: spatial resolution, noise/artefifact, Fourier transform, Radon transform.
3. Acquisition geometries: parallel beam, fan beam beam and cone beam.
4. Analytical algorithms.
5. Iterative algorithms.
6. Advanced methods.
5. Practical applications in different image modalities.