Dr. Fred S. Azar
SPIE Involvement:
Senior status | Conference Chair | Conference Program Committee | Editor | Author | Instructor
Publications (20)

SPIE Conference Volume | April 24, 2017

SPIE Conference Volume | May 18, 2016

SPIE Conference Volume | April 7, 2015

SPIE Conference Volume | February 19, 2014

SPIE Conference Volume | March 15, 2013

SPIE Conference Volume | March 20, 2012

Showing 5 of 20 publications
Conference Committee Involvement (15)
Multimodal Biomedical Imaging XIII
27 January 2018 | San Francisco, California, United States
Multimodal Biomedical Imaging XII
28 January 2017 | San Francisco, California, United States
Multimodal Biomedical Imaging XI
13 February 2016 | San Francisco, California, United States
Multimodal Biomedical Imaging X
7 February 2015 | San Francisco, California, United States
Multimodal Biomedical Imaging IX
1 February 2014 | San Francisco, California, United States
Showing 5 of 15 published special sections
Course Instructor
WS937: A Novel Standardized Open-Source eXtensible Imaging Platform (XIP) for the Rapid Development of Advanced Applications
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has recently developed XIP (eXtensible Imaging Platform), a new open-source software platform for the development of medical imaging applications. XIP can be used to rapidly develop imaging applications designed to meet the needs of the optical imaging community. XIP is a state-of-the-art set of visual 'drag and drop' programming tools and associated libraries for the rapid development of imaging and visualization applications. The tools include modules tailored for medical imaging, many of which are hardware accelerated (OpenGL). They also provide a friendlier environment for utilizing popular toolkits such as ITK and VTK, and enable the visualization and processing of any type of optical imaging data and of standard DICOM data. XIP can become a powerful tool to the optical imaging community, as it has built-in functionality for multidimensional data visualization and processing, and enables the development of independently optimized and re-usable software modules, which can be seamlessly added and interconnected to build advanced applications. These applications can range from multimodal imaging integrating structural, molecular and functional information, 2D, 3D, 4D, tomographic, multispectral and/or microscopic imaging, imaging analysis and/or image processing techniques applied to optical imaging (e.g. visualization, segmentation, registration), computational methods and reconstruction techniques, and visual rendering of complex datasets. XIP applications can run "stand alone", including in client/server mode for remote access. XIP also supports the DICOM WG23 "Application Hosting" standard, which will enable plug-in XIP applications to run on any DICOM compliant PACS workstation. Such interoperability will enable the optical imaging community to develop modular applications optimized for their specific imaging needs and widely deploy them across all academic/clinical/industry partners with standard-compliant imaging workstations.
  • View contact details

Is this your profile? Update it now.
Don’t have a profile and want one?

Back to Top