Imperial College London

Professor MENGXING TANG

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Professor of Biomedical Imaging
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 3664mengxing.tang Website

 
 
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Location

 

3.13Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Non-Ionising Functional and Tissue Imaging  - BIOE97140

Aims

 This module will explain the latest uses and advanced features of medical imaging (CT, X-ray, MR and US) in modern hospital practice. It will also explain the principles of operation of the modalities of CT, X-ray, MR and US and explain how the modalities of CT, X-ray, MR and US can be used safely. It will explain some reasearch imaging tools such as Optical Coherence tomography and the use of different techniques for enhancing contrast.

Role

Lecturer

Non-ionising Functional and Tissue Imaging  - BIOE97065

Aims

This module will explain the latest uses and advanced features of medical imaging (CT, X-ray, MR and US) in modern hospital practice. It will also explain the principles of operation of the modalities of CT, X-ray, MR and US and explain how the modalities of CT, X-ray, MR and US can be used safely. It will explain some reasearch imaging tools such as Optical Coherence tomography and the use of different techniques for enhancing contrast.

Role

Lecturer

Computer Fundamentals and Programming 1 - BIOE40002

Aims

This module aims to:

Instil the principles of digital logic design and computer fundamentals.
Provide a basis for you to understand what happens inside digital computers and how they communicate with the real world
Illustrate how both digital computers and complex medical instrumentation are built up from simple logic circuit elements.
Relate logic and digital systems to the fundamentals of computer programming
Provide the basic skills of programming in the ANSI C language and Matlab to 
To convey a sense of the professionalism required of programmers in order to write reliable C code for safety-critical applications, such as medicine.
 

Role

Lecturer