Morteza Mardani


Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Stanford University

Address: 350 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA, 94305
Email: morteza at stanford dot edu

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Short Bio

I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Electrical Engineering Department, and the School of Medicine, Stanford University. Prior to that I was a Visiting Scholar with the AMP Lab. and the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI), UC Berkeley. I received my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering with a Ph.D. minor in Mathematics from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

The overarching theme of my research is on algorithms, analysis, and applications of (Deep) Machine Learning and Statistical Signal Processing tools to Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. Armed with a “multidisciplinary” training at the intersecion of Engineering, Computer Science, and Medicine, my vision is to harness the power of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data for developing Computational Imaging analytics that positively impact patients care.

Recent News

  • Nov 2016: Submitted ISMRM paper on tensor-based analytics for 4D pediatric MRI.

  • Oct 2016: Attended the i2i workshop on “computational biomeidcal imaging” organized by the CAI2R at New York University, NY.

  • Oct 2016: Submitted our TMI paper “Tracking Tensor Subspaces with Informative Random Sampling for Real-Time MR Imaging;” Preprint available at arXiv. This was a joint work with the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research (CMRR), Minnesota.

  • Sep 2016: Submitted our TSP paper “Online Categorical Subspace Learning for Sketching Big Data with Misses;” Preprint avaialble at arXiv.

  • Aug 2016: Attended the AAPM conf., Washington DC, and gave a talk about “Deep Convolutional Neural Networks for Personalized Cancer Therapy.”

  • July 2016: Submitted a DoD prostate cancer program grant (as the PI) on “Precision Radiotherapy using Deep Learning.”

  • May 2016: Attended the Stanford “Big Data in Biomedicine” Conference.