Dr. Tiziano Ronchetti
Dr. Tiziano Ronchetti Dozent
Technique et informatique
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PhD Research Project: SNSF Project 320030-146021 “Characterisation of choroidal changes in chil- dren and its temporal response to optical defocus”, an international cooperation between the University of Applied Sciences of Biel (project center), the Depart- ment of Biomedical Engineering of the University of Basel (academic supervision), Department of Ophthalmology (clinical support), Guangzhou and Hong Kong (clini- cal partners). The persons responsible are Prof. Christoph Meier (head of the HuCE-OptoLab of the Bern University of Applied Sciences in Biel) and the principal investigator Dr. Boris Považay.
Tiziano Ronchetti, "Detecting Early Choroidal Changes Using Piecewise Rigid Image Registration and Eye-Shape Adherent Regularization", Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, 2020.
PhD committee: Prof. Dr. Selim Orgül (Primary Advisor), Prof. Dr. Philippe C. Cattin (Secondary Advisor), Prof. Dr. Dr. Daniel Barthelmes (External Expert), Dr. Christoph Jud, Dr. Boris Považay and Dr. Peter Maloca (Further Experts).
T. Ronchetti, P. Maloca, E. R. de Carvalho, T. F. Heeren, K. Balaskas, A. Tufail, C. Egan, M. Okada, S. Orgül, C. Jud, and P. C. Cattin, “Feasibility study of subfoveal choroidal thickness changes in spectral-domain optical coherence tomography measurements of macular telangiectasia type 2,” in Computational Pathology and Ophthalmic Medical Image Analysis. Springer, 2018, pp. 303–309.
T. Ronchetti, P. Maloca, C. Jud, C. Meier, S. Orgül, H. P. Scholl, B. Považay, and P. C. Cattin, “Detecting early choroidal changes using piecewise rigid image registration and eye-shape adherent regularization,” in Fetal, Infant and Ophthalmic Medical Image Analysis. Springer, 2017, pp. 92–100.
T. Ronchetti, P. Maloca, C. Meier, S. Orgül,C.Jud, P. Hasler, B. Považay,and P.C. Cattin, “Intensity-based choroidal registration using regularized block matching,” in Proceedings of the Ophthalmic Medical Image Analysis Third International Workshop (OMIA), 2016, pp. 33–40.