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Quantitative PhotoAcoustics Using the Transport Equation

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Inverse Problems

Quantitative photoacoustic tomography involves the reconstruction of a photoacoustic image from surface measurements of photoacoustic wave pulses followed by the recovery of the optical properties of the imaged region. The latter is, in general, a nonlinear, ill-posed inverse problem, for which model-based inversion techniques have been proposed. Here, the full radiative transfer equation is used to model the light propaga- tion, and the acoustic propagation and image reconstruction solved using a pseudo-spectal time-domain method. Direct inversion schemes are impractical when dealing with real, three-dimensional images. In this talk an adjoint field method is used to efficiently calculate the gradient in a gradient-based optimisation technique for simultaneous recovery of absorption and scattering coefficients.

Joint work with B. Cox, T. Saratoon, T. Tarvainen.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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