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ICCR 2013 in Melbourne, May 6 – 9

April 29, 2013

I won’t be there, but my poster will be. Cathy Hargrave, the instigator of the Volume Analysis Tool project at the Radiation Oncology Mater Centre, will be presenting our poster titled “Segmentation of cone-beam CT using a hidden Markov random field with informative priors” at the 17th International Conference on the Use of Computers in Radiation Therapy, Melbourne, May 6–9, 2013.

I’ll post a link to the poster on QUT ePrints after the conference. I’ll also be submitting a short paper for publication in the IOP Journal of Physics: Conference Series.

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