Philip G. Batchelor
Philip G. Batchelor holds research interest in medical imaging, especially reconstruction and diffusion MRI, with a focus via mathematical methods, as his background is in mathematical physics, which he studied at the ETHZ from 1987 to 1992, followed by the Ph.D. degree in mathematics, differential geometry, from 1992 to 1997, under the supervision of Professor B. Colbois. He moved to London as Postdoctoral Fellow at the Division of Radiological Sciences at King's College London, originally to work on curvatures of cortical surfaces, later expanded into diffusion MRI (works on optimal gradient schemes, rigorous methods for tensor interpolation, fibre tract shapes, etc.) and motion correction in MRI, where he solved the nonrigid motion correction problem. He serves now as a Senior Lecturer at King's College London and as an Honorary Lecturer at University College London. His research also includes compressed sensing in MRI and perfusion quantification as well as in vivo cardiac DTI.
Biography Updated on 4 December 2011