Chu Chan Liu

  Ph.D. Candidate

  Computational Bioinformatics and Bio-imaging Laboratory(CBIL)
  Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech

  Address:    4300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 750
                     Arlington, VA 22203

  Phone:       
  Email:        jjliu66@vt.edu

 

Chu Chuan Liu is a PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and he is also a research assistant in the ISIS center of Georgetown University. Dr. Yue Wang is his academic advisor; Dr. Ben Lo, from the ISIS Center of Georgetown University, is his research advisor; Dr. Matthew Freedman, MD, of the Georgetown University Medical Center is his clinical mentor.

 

 

  Education

  Aug. 2003-present

Ph.D. Student, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech

Sept. 2001-July 2003

M.S., Electrical Engineering, The Catholic University of America   

Sept. 1994-July 1998

B.S., Physics, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan, R.O.C.

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  Research Interests

Projection ultrasound imaging, ultrasound computerized tomography and forward scattering modeling.

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  Publications

Journal Publications

 

  • C-C Liu, S-C B Lo, M.T. Freedman, M.E. Lesser, J. Kula, A. Sarcone, and Y. Wang,"PE-CMOS based C-scan ultrasound for foreign object detection in soft tissue", Frontiers in Bioscience, vol. E2, pp. 241-249, Jan. 2010.

Conference Publications

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  • S-C B. Lo, C-C Liu, M.T. Freedman, S-K Mun, J. Kula, M.E. Lasser, B. Lasser, and Y. Wang,"PE-CMOS-based C-mode ultrasound: signal acquisition and time gating", SPIE Proc. Med. Img., Vol. 7265, 726508, p.1-7, Orlando, FL, Feb. 2009
  • S-C B. Lo, C-C Liu, and Y. Wang,"Projection-reflection ultrasound images using PE-CMOS sensor: a preliminary bone fracture study",  SPIE Proc. Med. Img., Vol. 9, 692005, p. 1-8, San Diego, CA, Feb. 2008
  • C-C Liu, S-C B. Lo, M.T. Freedman, M.E. Lasser, B. Lasser, J. Kula and Y. Wang,"Quantitative Ultrasound Images Generated by a PE-CMOS Sensor Array: Scatter Modeling and Image Restoration", SPIE Proc. Med. Img., Vol. 6513, 65130Q, p. 1-11, San Diego, CA, Feb. 2007.
  • C-C Liu, S-C B. Lo, M.T. Freedman, Y. Wang, D. Rich, J. Kula, B. Lasser and M.E. Lasser, "Transmission Ultrasound Computed Tomography Using a PE-CMOS Sensor Array: a Preliminary Animal Study", Proc. 3rd IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, p. 908-911, Arlington, VA, April. 2006
  • C-C Liu, S-C B. Lo, M.T. Freedman, Y. Wang, M.E. Lasser, T-I. Hsieh and A. Sarcone,"Investigation of Foreign Objects in Soft-Tissue using a PE-CMOS Ultrasound System: A Preliminary Comparative Study", SPIE Proc. Med. Img., Vol. 6147, p. 176-182, San Diego, CA, Feb. 2006
  • S-C B. Lo, C-C Liu, M.T. FreedmanJ. Kula, M.E. Lasser, B. Lasser, and Y. Wang,"Transmission and Reflective Ultrasound Images using PE-CMOS Sensor Array", SPIE Proc. Med. Img., Vol. 5750, p. 69-76, San Diego, CA, Feb. 2005
  • C-C Liu, S-C B. Lo, M.T. Freedman, D. Rich, M. E. Lasser, J. Kula, B. Lasser, J.C. Zeng and D. Ro,"Projection ultrasound and ultrasound CT using a PE-CMOS sensor: a preliminary study", SPIE Proc. Med. Img., Vol. 5373, p. 61-69, San Diego, CA, Feb. 2004

 

 

 

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Last Updated: Sept. 20, 2009