Before joining Johns Hopkins, Ehsan Azimi worked at Harvard Medical School where he developed a method to improve the resolution and dynamic range of a medical imaging system. His work has led to more than 15 peer-reviewed articles in top journals and conferences. He holds multiple patents and has received numerous academic and research awards. He supervises undergraduate and graduate students at Johns Hopkins and leads the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics graduate student committee and volunteers at Living Legacy Foundation.
SurgeonMR: Interactive Platform for Surgical Procedures in Mixed Reality
Saturday, September 26