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James Sanders M. Sc.

Alumnus of the Pattern Recognition Lab of the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Image Formation Chain Optimization in Multimodal Emission Tomography
Education

10/2013: Start of doctoral program at theOpens external link in new window Pattern Recognition Lab

Project: "Respiratory Motion Estimation for SPECT Imaging" (in collaboration with the Opens external link in new windowClinic of Nuclear Medicine, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and Opens external link in new windowSiemens Molecular Imaging)

04/2013: M.Sc. Systems of Information and Multimedia Technology from the Opens external link in new windowUniversity of Erlangen-Nuremberg 

Master's Thesis: "Improved Point Spread Function Modeling in Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography and its Effects on Image Quality" (in collaboration with Opens external link in new windowSiemens Molecular Imaging)

05/2010: B.Sc. Electrical Engineering from theOpens external link in new window Georgia Institute of Technology 

Bachelor's Thesis: "Design and Implementation of a Real-Time Digital Signal Processing System to Improve the Quality of Bone-Conduction Audio"

05/2005: High School Diploma from Dalton High School

Work Experience

03/2012-07/2013: Intern at Opens external link in new windowSiemens Molecular Imaging, Hoffman Estates

Work on system modeling for SPECT imaging and development of image analysis tools. 

07/2011-10/2011: Teaching Assistant at the Opens external link in new windowChair of Multimedia Communication and Signal Processing

Translation of material for lab course "Digital Signal Processing" from German to English.

10/2010-01/2011: Teaching Assistant at theOpens external link in new window Chair of Information Transmission

Translation of course material for lecture "Digital Communications" from German to English.

03/2008-08/2008: Intern at Opens external link in new windowSiemens Audiology, Erlangen

Work on psychoacoustic modeling of the human ear and noise reduction methods to take advantage thereof.