Dr Gisela Klette

Medical Imaging

 

Senior Lecturer at AUT, Auckland, New Zealand

contact: gklette AT gmail DOT com


 

PhD at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands,

on Topologic, geometric, or graph-theoretic properties of skeletal curves

 


General Member of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, Minneapolis, USA, since 2006.


 

Book Publication:


Journal Publications :


Author of Book Section and Co-Author of Book Chapter


Co-Author of Invited Lecture

Conference Publications or Talks:

  • Klette, G.: Digital Convexity and Cavity Trees.Oral presentation at PSIVT Workshops 2013, LNCS 8334, 59-70, Guanajuato, Mexico, October 2013
  • Li, F., Fu, X., Klette, G., Klette, R.: A fast algorithm for liver surgery planning. DGCI 2013, LNCS 7749, 228-240, Sevilla, Spain, March 2013
  • Klette, G.: Recursive Calculation of Relative Convex Hulls.. Oral presentation at DGCI 2011, LNCS 6607, Nancy, France, April 2011
  • Klette, G.: A recursive algorithm for calculating the relative convex hull. Poster presentation at IVCNZ 2010, IEEE publication, Queenstown/New Zealand, November 2010.
  • Kwang-Baek Kim, Sungshin Kim, Suhyun Park, Young Woon Woo, and Gisela Klette: Extraction of Muscle Regions from Ultrasonographic Images. Oral presentation at 3rd International Conference on Bio-Inspired Computing: Theories and Applications (BICTA), Adelaide, 2008.
  • Klette, G.: Branch voxels and junctions in 3D skeletons. Oral presentation, in Proc. IWCIA 2006, Berlin, Germany, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 4040, pages 34-44, 2006.
  • Klette, G. and M. Pan: Characterization of curve-like structures in 3D medical images. Oral presentation, in Proc. Int. Conf. “Image and Vision Computing New Zealand”, Dunedin, New Zealand, Nov. 2005.
  • Klette, G. and M. Pan: 3D Topological Thinning by Identifying Non-simple Voxels. Oral presentation, in Proc. Int. Conf. 10th IWCIA 2004, Auckland, New Zealand, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3322, Springer, Berlin, pages 164–174, 2004.
  • Stilinovic, A., C. R. Green, R. Klette, S. Franke, G. Klette and D. L. Becker: Texture Analysis of Collagen Fibers in Scar Tissue. Oral presentation, in Proc. Int. Conf. “Image and Vision Computing New Zealand”, Akaroa, New Zealand, pages 185-191, 2004.
  • Deng, L., D. J. Bertinshaw, R. Klette, G. Klette and D. Jeffries: Footprint identification of weta and other insects. Poster presentation, in Proc. Int. Conf. “Image and Vision Computing New Zealand”, Akaroa, New Zealand, pages 191-196, 2004.
  • Klette, G.: Simple Points in 2D and 3D Binary Images. Poster presentation, in Proc. Int. Conf. CAIP 2003, Groningen, The Netherlands, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2756, Springer, Berlin, pages 57-64, 2003.
  • Lin, X., G. Klette, R. Klette, J. Craig and S. Dean: Accurately Measuring the Size of the Pupil of the Eye. Oral presentation, in Proc. Int. Conf. “Image and Vision Computing New Zealand”, Palmerston North, New Zealand, pages 221--226, 2003.
  • Klette, G.: Characterizations of simple pixels in binary images. Oral presentation, in Proc. Int. Conf. “Image and Vision Computing New Zealand”, Auckland, New Zealand, pages 227— 232, 2002.

 


Visiting Positions:

  • Visiting researcher at CIMAT Guanajuato, Mexico, July till December 2013.
  • Visiting researcher at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, Odense, Denmark, May to June 2011
  • Visiting researcher at CIMAT Guanajuato, Mexico, January till June 2010.
  • Exchange Scholar at the National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan, 1 November-20 December 2005 (lectures on distance transforms).
  • Visiting researcher at the Departamento de Control Automatico del CINVESTAV-IPN, Mexico City, 1-28 February 2005 (lectures on 2D and 3D thinning).

PC member :


Reviewer:

  • for "International Journal for Computer Vision"
  • for "IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence"
  • for "Discrete Applied Mathematics"
  • for "Acta Cybernetica"
  • for "Theoretical Computer Science"
  • for a Special Issue of the International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology - IJIST (Wiley, February 2010

Invited talks:

  • Czech Technical University, Prague, 29 June 2012: Algorithms for the computation of constrained hulls
  • The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute Seminar, Odense/Denmark, 25 May 2011: Constrained convex hulls for path planning
  • KEDRI, AUT University, 3 March 2011: A recursive algorithm for the computation of the relative convex hull
  • The University of Auckland, 23 September 2010: A new algorithm for calculating the relative convex hull
  • CIMAT Guanajuato, Mexico, 29 January 2010: Skeletal curves in 3D images of human brain tissue
  • Osaka University, Japan, 1 July 2009: Characterization of 3D curves
  • Hiroshima International University, 26 June 2009: Skeletal curves in 3D images of human brain tissue
  • University of Tennessee Knoxville, USA, 21 April 2006: Curve structures in brain tissue.
  • Institute Colloquium at NCCU (National Chung Cheng University), Chia-Y, Taiwan December 2005: 3D curve analysis.
  • Departmental seminar at NTU (National Taiwan University), Taipei, Taiwan, November 2005: 3D image analysis of human brain tissue.
    Departmental seminar at ICI at NTNU (National Taiwan Normal University), Taipei, Taiwan November 2005: 3D image analysis of human brain tissue.
  • IPCV research group seminar, NTNU (National Taiwan Normal University), Taipei, Taiwan, November 2005: 3D image analysis of human brain tissue.
  • Multimedia University Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 8.6.2005: Shape simplification methods.
  • CIMAT (Center for Mathematical Research) Guanajuato, Mexico, 17 February 2005: Comparisons between thinning methods.
  • NTHU, Taiwan, 8 September 2004: Comparisons of skeletonization methods.
  • NCCU, Taiwan, 1 September 2004: Measuring the pupil of the human eye.

Students supervised at AUT, Auckland, New Zealand:

  • TBL

Students supervised at The University of Auckland, New Zealand:

  • Mian Pan (MSc, July 2005): Analysis of astrocytes by branching point analysis of 3D skeletons
  • Ana Stilinovich (MSc, March 2005): Analysis of scar tissue
  • Ying Jiang (honours project, March 2005): Implementation and analysis of algorithms for shape simplification
  • Jun Ni (honours project, March 2005): 3D distance transforms
  • Mian Pan (honours project, February 2004): 3D skeletonization of astrocytes
  • Kennant Kin Lun (BTech450DT project, November 2003): Performance evaluation of shape simplification methods
  • Ana Stilinovich (honours project, June 2003): A comparative study on directional analysis of scar tissue
  • ChaoLi Ou (honours project, February 2003): Measuring speed and direction of bacteria colonies in low-cost microscopy
  • Xiang Lin (honours project, February 2003): Accurately measuring the size of pupils
  • De Jin Zhao (honours project, February 2003): 3D skeletonization of astrocytes in confocal volume data of brain tissue
  • Shuping Cao (honours project, February 2003): Study of marching cubes isosurfaces of astrocytes in brain tissue

Teaching at AUT, Auckland, New Zealand:

  • TBL

Teaching at the Computer Science Department, The University of Auckland, New Zealand:

  • Lecturer of COMPSCI 220 (Algorithm analysis) in 2005
  • Lecturer of COMPSCI 230 (Object oriented programming) in 2005
  • Administrator of all BTech (IT) projects, 2003 - 2005
  • Tutor and course administrator for various COMPSCI courses, 2003 - 2004