Research proposal must be on a Medical Imaging topic and fit into a research area broadly defined by the Specialization (see website for information).
- Image Acquisition and Reconstruction - Development of algorithms suitable for accurate imaging using existing technologies (e.g., MR, CT) and emerging methods (e.g., microwaves).
- Signal Processing for Information Synthesis - Development of robust strategies for the assessment of brain and other organ function via advanced signal processing.
- Quantitative Imaging and Analysis - Development of software engineering approaches, validation and testing for the creation of resilient methods for quantitative imaging.
A copy of the proposal must be provided to the specialization office within 12 months of starting the program.
In programs that do not require submission of a research proposal, a suitable proposal should be developed by the student within 12 months of starting the specialization, approved by the supervisor and supervisory committee (where appropriate), and submitted to the Specialization office.