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Quantitative Reconstruction in PhotoAcoustic Tomography

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PhotoAcoustic Tomography (PAT) uses light to create sound sources (by heat generated on optical absorption) and image reconstruction consists of an inverse acoustic source reconstruction, which can be done using conventional ultrasound methods. In order to quantify the optical properties underlying the sound generation it is necessary to couple models for optical and acoustic propagation. In this talk I present some of our recent work on this problem, utilising a non-linear algorithm for recovering optical absorption and scattering coefficients.

This talk is part of the Applied and Computational Analysis series.

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