Morrill Hall 117/115
M.S. and Ph.D. in Biology, University of Hamburg, Germany
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My research interest is in the field of Imaging Sciences and centers on development of tools for enhancing robotic pattern recognition, and diagnostic medical imaging, as well as on definition of artificial-intelligence systems. Technical imaging as well as physiological imaging provides the challenge to design automated algorithms that complement, match or surpass human capabilities.
K-R Peters, GR Ramsby. 2002. Natural Display Mode for Digital DICOM-conformant Diagnostic Imaging. Acad. Radiol. 9:1025-1036.
K-R Peters. 2000. Perceptually standardized imaging of digitized film for comparative ROC measurements. Prog. Biomed. Optics and Imaging, 1, 60-67.
K.-R. Peters. 1996. Collection deficiencies of SEM signal contrasts measured and corrected by differential hysteresis processing. Scanning 18: 539-555.
E. Oho, N. Ichise, W. Martin, K.-R. Peters. 1996. A practical method for noise removal in scanning electron microscopy. Scanning 18:50-54.
C.E. Lyman, D.E. Newbury, J.I. Goldstein, D.B. Williams, A.D. Romig, J. Armstrong, P. Echlin, C.E. Fiori, D.C. Joy, E. Lifshin and K.-R. Peters. Scanning Electron Microscopy, X-Ray Microanalysis, and Analytical Electron Microscopy. A Laboratory Workbook. Plenum Press, New York and London, 1990 (book).
K-R. Peters, W.W. Carley, and G.E. Palade. 1985. Endothelial plasmalemmal vesicles have a characteristic striped bipolar surface structure. J. Cell Biol. 101:2233-2238.
K.-R. Peters, G.E. Palade, B.G. Schneider, and D.S. Papermaster. 1983. Fine structure of a periciliary ridge complex of frog retinal rod cells revealed by ultrahigh resolution scanning electron microscopy. J. Cell Biol. 96:265-276.