CTSC:MGHresources:Laboratory for Medical Imaging and Computations
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The Laboratory for Medical Imaging and Computations is dedicated to improving the quality of clinical medical imaging systems through the use of sophisticated image processing and computational techniques. As part of the Massachusetts General Hospital's Department of Radiology, LMIC serves as a laboratory where clinical imaging problems can find engineering solutions arising from the fields of signal/image processing, electrical engineering, computer science, and computer engineering.
Clinical Image Acquisition Systems
Siemens Sensation 64
Siemens Flat Panel Volume CT
GE LX 1.5T
Siemens Sonata 1.5T
Siemens Magnetom Trio 3T
ECAT EXACT HR+
In addition to conventional desktop machines (PCs and Macs), LMIC also houses a dedicated Beowulf cluster, an nVidia Tesla S870 GPU with 512 processors, and a Cell Accelerator Board.
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