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Parallel FE Mesh Generation


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Image-to-Mesh (I2M) Conversion

Real-Time Medical Image Computing


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Application Composition Environment

Parallel Software Runtime Systems


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Telescopic Exascale-Era Mesh Generation

STEM Education


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An Analytics-Driven Approach

The CRTC is a research laboratory in the Department of Computer Science at Old Dominion University and The College of William and Mary. The core mission of the CRTC is the development of disruptive technologies for managing large-scale parallel computations and imaging data for all types of image-driven engineering applications and real-time biomedical analysis for image-guided therapy, diagnosis and calibration of navigation systems and medical sensors. The CRTC group collaborates with groups like Harold F. Young Neurosurgical Center at VCU’s Medical Center and EVMS within Virginia and nation-wide with groups like Surgical Planning Laboratory in Brigham and Women's Hospital at the Harvard Medical School, as well as around the world with top Neurosurgical clinics and universities like Neurosurgical Department of Huashan Hospital Shanghai Medical College, Fudan University.

 


 

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