Aki Pulkkinen

Senior Researcher , Department of Applied Physics

Biomedical Image Analysis

01.11.2016 -
Rapid advances in non-invasive neuroimaging methods have revolutionized the possibilities to study changes occurring in living brain across a variety of time-scales ranging from seconds to an entire life span. A large part of these advances can be attributed to the development of dedicated comput...

Biosignal Analysis and Medical Imaging research group (BSAMIG)

HUMEA Laboratory, ECG signal analysis, EMG signal analysis, biomechanical motion analysis, ergo-spirometry, measurements for exercise medicine, robotics in neurological rehabilitation, motion analysis using wearable sensors, virtual reality in rehabilitation, driving simulator for measuring biosi...

Cancer Imaging Study Group

Leader of the group is professor Ritva Vanninen.

Breast cancer imaging

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in industrialized countries. Treatment decisions are mainly based on preoperative imaging studies and histopathology. The aims of the breast cancer...

Cell and Tissue Imaging Unit

Our imaging core facility provides the instruments to image biological processes from tissues to single cells and subcellular molecular kinetics with both conventional and high-throughput methods.

Computational Physics and Inverse Problems research group

The Computational Physics and Inverse Problems research group studies computational and Bayesian inverse problems as well as uncertainty modelling. The group consists of several research teams with application fields in biomedical, industrial, geophysical and atmospheric inverse problems.