Invited Speakers


Group 1: Medical Ultrasonics

Kim Butts Pauly

Stanford University

Bringing Transcranial Focused Ultrasound into Focus

Caterina M. Gallippi

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering

Viscoelastic Response (ViSR) Ultrasound: Methods, Validation, and In Vivo Clinical Applications of a New Approach to Viscoelastic Property Assessment

Javier Bermejo

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

The clinical assessment of intracardiac flow. New tools provide new insight

Michael L. Oelze

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Overcoming challenges to quantitative ultrasound implementation in vivo

Ultrasound Democratization: an exponential growth opportunity

Muyinatu A. Lediju Bell

Johns Hopkins University

Photoacoustic Vision for Surgical Guidance

Siddhartha Sikdar

George Mason University

Sonomyography: A New Application of Wearable Ultrasound in Rehabilitation Engineering

Meng-Xing Tang

Imperial College London

Towards real-time ultrasound super-resolution imaging

Biomolecular Ultrasound for Acoustically Targeted Cellular Therapy

Jean Francois Aubry

National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)

Transducer design for transcranial ultrasound therapy: challenges and recent breakthroughs

Joo Ha Hwang

Stanford University

Recent advances in the application of focused ultrasound for the treatment of pancreatic cancer

Adrian Basarab

University Paul Sabatier Toulouse 3, IRIT Laboratory

Inverse problems in computational ultrasound imaging and related applications: from model-based to machine learning approaches

Raag Airan

Stanford University

Noninvasive ultrasonic drug uncaging for brain applications

Group 2: Sensors, NDE & Industrial Applications

Annamaria Pau

Sapienza University of Rome

Ultrasonic guided wave imaging of plates containing defects and inclusions

Oluwaseyi Balogun

Northwestern University

Quantitative Characterization of Viscoelastic Properties of Biofilms and Soft Materials based on Optical Coherence Elastography

Group 3: Physical Acoustics

Cloud HPC to Design Next Generation Piezoelectric MEMS Devices

Agnès Huynh

Sorbonne University

Acoustic attenuation in crystalline and amorphous solids in the sub-THz frequency range via ultrafast optical techniques

Sebastjan Glinsek

Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)

Piezoelectrics in Wearable Applications

Steven Cummer

Duke University

Wavefront Control with Acoustic Metamaterials: Concepts and Applications

Anthony J. Mulholland

University of Bristol

Model Based Imaging and Material Property Mapping based on Ultrasonic Array Data

Group 4: Microacoustics - SAW, BAW & MEMS

Dana Weinstein

Purdue University

MEMS Resonators in CMOS

Shuji Tanaka

Tohoku University

Encounter between SAW and MEMS Technologies

Sunil A. Bhave

Purdue University

The Best Reciprocal Resonators Make the Best Non-reciprocal Systems

Group 5: Transducers & Transducer Materials

Xiaoning Jiang

North Carolina State University

Current status of alternate current (AC) poling of PMN-PT single crystals

Harold C. Robinson

Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport

A Review of Single Crystal Underwater Transducers

Mario Kupnik

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Air-coupled transducer arrays: Imaging and other applications

Katia Parodi

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU Munich)

Ionoacoustics for pre-clinical and clinical research in proton therapy: opportunities and challenges

F. Levent Degertekin

Georgia Institute of Technology

Ultrasonic MEMS for Imaging and Sensing

Michiel Pertijs

Delft University of Technology

Integrated Front-End Electronics for Miniature Ultrasound Probes