Amin Katouzian received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Columbia University in 2011. Prior joining IBM he was jointly appointed as Senior Research Scientist at the Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures (CAMP) in Technical University of Munich and HBIL at Columbia University, leading several multi-disciplinary research projects and developing novel algorithms with applications in computer aided surgery and diagnosis. He was CEO and founder of i2Sense, a mdedical device startup for remote sensing and monitoring of vascular disease. His researsh interest includes machine learning, deep learnining, multi-modal image analysis, cross-modal (text+image) analysis, medical data retrieval, quantitative image analysis, signal processing, and big medical data analysis.
- Led image analytic and AI teams on "Eyes of Watson" project featured in Signature Moment at Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2016.
- Developing retrieval platform for cross-modal and multi-modal medical data.
- Developing patient cohort identification algorithms deploying heterogeneous EHR data.
- Developing predictive models supporting pro-active and preventive solutions in digital healthcare systems.
- 2016: IBM Manager's Choice Award.
- 2016: Elsevier Medical Image Analysis-MICCAI Best Paper Award for "Metric Hashing Forests".
- 2015: First place, Prostate Cancer DREAM sub-Challenge 1b (TEAM CAMP).
- 2013: Samsung Group Global Research Outreach (GRO) award.
- 2012: Third place, Cardiovascular Imaging: A MICCAI Segmentation Challenge.
- 2008: Volcano Corporation Fellowship.
- 2007: Siemens Fellowship.
- 2006: Boston Scientific Corporation Fellowship.
- 2003: Third place in North New Jersey IEEE student paper presentation.
- 2002: Colonel Fairleigh Dickinson Scholarship.
- PicoSEC-MCNet Training Workshop, "The necessity of personalized monitoring for patients with cardiovascular disease," Munich, March 19th 2015.
- University of Magdeburg (Germany), "Computer-assisted decision support for coronary atherosclerosis diagnosis amd treatment," February 5th 2015.
- University of Tehran, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, "Computer Assisted decision support for coronary atherosclerosis diagnosis and treatment, January 25th 2015.
- MICCAI-CVII/STENT workshop, "The missing link in healthcare system; Personalized monitoring," MIT, Boston 2014.
- Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS), "Real-time demonstration of EVAR workflow in the OR," Heidelberg, Germany 2013.
- University of Barcelona, Computer Vision Center, "patient-specific translational research on atherosclerosis and diagnosis (STAnD)@CAMP@TUM," February 22nd 2013.
- PicoSEC-EndoTOFPET-US workshop on intraoperative imaging and navigation solutions, January 16th 2013.
- Technical Univeristy of Munich, Department of Mathematics, "Applications of multiscale analysis in quantification of atherosclerosis disease," November 10th 2011.
- Sabanci University (Istanbul, Turkey), Department of Engineering and Natural Sciences, "Quantifying atherosclerosis: IVUS imaging for lumen border detection and plaque characterization," December 22nd 2010.
- Volcano Coroporation (Sacramento, CA), "Detection of lumen border in IVUS images via three-dimensional brushlet brushlet analysis," June 28th 2009.
- Program Committee: International Conference on Systems in Medicine and Biology (ICSMM), Kharagpur, India 2016.
- Steering Committee: the 18th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI)-CVII/STENT workshop, Munich, Germany 2015.
- Co-Chair: Oral Session on Motion Compensation Methods, International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro (ISBI), New York 2015.
- General Chair: The 17th International Conference on Medical Imaging Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI)-CVII workshop, Boston 2014.
- Executive Committee: The 4th International Conference on Information Processing in Computer Assisted Interventions (IPCAI), Heidelberg, Germany 2013.
- Program Committee: The 15th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCA)-CVII, Toronto, Canada 2011.
- Reviewer: Medical Image Analysis, IEEE TMI, IEEE UFFC, IEEE TBME, IEEE JBHI, Computers in Biology and Medicine, Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics, Digital Signal Processing, Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, Cardiovascular Imaging, ...
for list of previous publications and projects refer to CAMP@TUM