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IR. DR. LAI KHIN WEE

Department of Biomedical Engineering

Faculty of Engineering

lai.khinwee@um.edu.my
Latest Award
Finalist - nsiec 2020
Finalist - nsiec 2020
Year 2020
Latest Evaluation
Nor Nisha Nadhira bt Nazirun, Thesis "Cardiovascular Vulnerable Plaque Features Correlation of Invasive Coronar Angiography and Computed Tomography Angiography Images". 2016 UTMNor Nisha Nadhira bt Nazirun, Thesis "Cardiovascular Vulnerable Plaque Features Correlation of Invasive Coronar Angiography and Computed Tomography Angiography Images". 2016 UTM
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Year 2016
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PV052-2019
on going
FP092-2018A
on going
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Latest Publication
2020

Comparative Study of Encoder–Decoder-Based Convolutional Neural Networks in Cartilage Delineation from Knee Magnetic Resonance Images

2020

An Overview of Deep Learning Approaches in Chest Radiograph

2020

Study of Common Quantification Methods of Amide Proton Transfer Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Ischemic Stroke Detection.

2020

Unsupervised damage identification scheme using PCA-reduced frequency response function and waveform chain code analysis

2015

Medical Imaging Technology: Reviews and Computational Applications, Lecture Note in Bioengineering. Springer, DOI 10.1007/978-981-287-540-2 ISBN 978-981-287-539-6 ISBN 978-981-287-540-2 (eBook) Library of Congress Control Number: 2013934273

2014

Advances in Medical Diagnostic Technology. Lecture Notes in Bioengineering. Springer

2013

Detection of Fetal Abnormalities Based on Three Dimensional Nuchal Translucency

2011

Ultrasound Image Processing: And Its Application Using Matlab

2015

Review on Image Guided Lung Biopsy

2015

B-Mode Ultrasound Imaging Contrast Enhancement for Osteoarthritis Early Detection

2015

Position Tracking Systems for Ultrasound Imaging: A Survey

2015

Measurement of Ultrasound Attenuation and Protein Denaturation Behavior During Hyperthermia Monitoring