Brighton resident Nathan Cahill was named runner-up for the 2009 Young Scientists Award presented at the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention conference Sept. 20-24 in London. The award recognizes outstanding papers published in the conference proceedings.
Cahill is an associate professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology. He presented “A Demons Algorithm for Image Registration with Locally Adaptive Regularization” with colleagues J. Alison Noble and David Hawkes from the University of Oxford’s Institute for Biomedical Engineering and University College London’s Centre for Medical Image Computing, respectively.
Cahill’s research focuses on developing mathematical algorithms to align and fuse medical images.