Alessandro Crimi, Ph.D. Candidate
A Short Description
I was born in Italy, and then I ended up here.
My supervisor is Mads Nielsen and my co-supervisors are Martin Lillholm and Marleen de Bruijne. Although I am a DIKU Ph.D. student I spent my working days at a company we collaborate with, Nordic Bioscience, in Herlev.
My main topic of research is Osteoporosis risk assessment by automated approach.
I am also interested in quantifying the efficiency of specific biomarkers and drugs;
Shape analysis of temporal (time series) and cross-sectional study of digital X-rays images.
- "Maximum A Posteriori Bayes Estimation of Linear Shape Variation with Application to Vertebra and Cartilage Modeling."
Alessandro Crimi, Martin Lillholm, Anarta Ghosh, Marleen de Bruijne, Erik Dam, Mads Nielsen, Jon Sporring
IEEE Transaction in Medical Imaging 2011 in press, impact factor previous years 4.400.
- "Prior knowledge regularization in statistical medical image tasks."
Alessandro Crimi, Jon Sporring, Marleen de Bruijne, Martin Lillholm, Mads Nielsen
MICCAI 2009,PMMIA, Imperial college London, UK, 2009 [pdf].
- "Bayes estimation of shape model with application to vertebrae boundaries."
Alessandro Crimi, Anarta Ghosh, Jon Sporring, and Mads Nielsen.
In Proceedings of the SPIE: Medical Imaging 2009, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2009. [pdf]
- "Quantification of vertebra fractures in Post-menopausal women."
Alessandro Crimi, Mads Nielsen. Abstract annual meeting
American Society for Bone and Mineral Research 2009 Denver, Colorado, USA 2009. [pdf]
Teaching and Supervisison
- Some lectures during Medical Image Analysis (by Mads Nielsen), Quarter 2B, 2008.
- Exercises and teaching assistance of Medical Image Analysis (by Mads Nielsen), Quarter 2B, 2009.
- I am the stressed :-) administrator of the Imageworld-mailinglist
- I designed the electronics circuit for a low-cost pulse oxymeter for the Technoganga project
- Together with other ph.d Italian student I won the Develop prize, during
the Danish Venture cup 2009 as the best CRS business plan
- The winning business plan of the develop prize is an on-going project called Technogagna supported by
Courses and Summer Schools
- Advanced Signal processing, DTU, Spring 2008.
- Ph.D. School in Optimization in Computer Vision, DTU, Copenhagen, May 2008.
- Scientific Writing, PUMA/Virksomhedsskolen, Fall 2008.
- Biomedical summer school, ETH, September 2008.
- Molecular and Medical Image Analysis and BioInformatics Summer School, Lipari, Sicily, Italy, July 2009.
- Accademic English Conversation , University of Copenhagen-Cambridge, Fall 2009.
- Summer School on Manifold Learning in Image and Signal Analysis, Backfallsbyen, Ven, Sweden, August 2009.