Hastings Greer

Hastings Greer

R&D Engineer

As an intern, Hastings has been working with Maeliss Jallais to develop a cheap, high framerate 3-D scanner that can be used to track a freehand ultrasound probe, while also gathering information about the environment it is being used in, replicating a paper that describes a scheme for using a commodity laser projector to scan a scene, even in sunlight. Going forward, they plan to refine this tracking by using correspondences in the ultrasound data itself.
  1. H. Greer, S. Gerber, M. Niethammer, R. Kwitt, M. McCormick, D. Chittajallu, N. Siekierski, M. Oetgen, K. Cleary, and S. Aylward, "Scoliosis screening and monitoring using self contained ultrasound and neural networks," in Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, 2018. [URL]
  2. S. Gerber, M. Jallais, H. Greer, M. McCormick, S. Montgomery, B. Freeman, D. Kane, D. Chittajallu, N. Siekierski, and S. Aylward, "Automatic Estimation of the Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter from Ultrasound Images," in Imaging for Patient-Customized Simulations and Systems for Point-of-Care Ultrasound. Springer International Publishing, 2017, pp. 113-120. [URL]

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