Peichao was awarded a Bachelor degree in Engineering from the Australian National University and an MRes in Medical Robotics and Image Guided Intervention from Imperial College London. His Master’s research project involved CT volume data segmentation, which automates and supplies an essential pre-operative knowledge to achieve intraoperative 3D navigation for robot-assisted minimally invasive surgeries.
During his postgraduate study, he found his research interest in computer-assisted medical image analysis and image guided intervention, so after graduation he worked as a Research Assistant at King’s College London, and then decided to pursue a PhD with Prof Tom Vercauteren here at King’s. His current research project involves developing real-time machine learning based data super-sampling and reconstruction algorithms to recover HSI snapshot data with limited resolution.
Project: Learning-based hyperspectral imaging demosaicking for surgical guidance