In memoriam Attila Kuba
Head of Department of Image Processing and Computer Graphics, University of Szeged
József Attila University, Szeged, M.Sc. (Mathematics), 1975
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, PhD (Mathematics), 1983
1975-83: Scientific Coworker, Laboratory of Cybernetics, József Attila University, Szeged, Hungary
1983-84: Research Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation, Department of Informatics 5 (Pattern Recognition), University of Erlangen, Germany
1984-93: Scientific Coworker, Kalmár Laboratory of Cybernetics, József Attila University, Szeged, Hungary
1993-2005: Associate Professor, Department of Applied Informatics, József Attila University, Szeged, Hungary
2005-: Professor, Department of Image Processing and Computer Graphics, University of Szeged, Hungary
1981: Kalmár Prize
1997: Széchenyi Fellowship
1997: Fáy András Prize
1975-76: Numerical Mathematics
1979-83: Computer Science
1985-87: Non-numerical Applications of Computers
1989-: Image Processing
1995-: Medical Image Processing
2nd Summer School on Image Processing, July 4-15, 1994, Szeged, Hungary (Co- Chair)
3rd Summer School on Image Processing, September 4-9, 1995, Szeged, Hungary (Co-Chair)
4th Summer School on Image Processing, July 14-20, 1996, Szeged, Hungary (Co- Chair)
5th Summer School on Image Processing, July 14-19, 1997, Szeged, Hungary (Co- Chair)
Discrete Tomography Workshop, August 25-27, 1997, Szeged, Hungary (Co-Chair)
6th Summer School on Image Processing, July 6-18, 1998, Debrecen, Hungary (Co-Chair)
16th International Conference on Information Processing in Medical Imaging, June 28-July 3, 1999, Visegrád, Hungary (Co-Chair)
7th Summer School on Image Processing, July 4-13, 1999, Szeged, Hungary (Co-Chair)
9th Summer School on Image Processing, July 12-21, 2001, Szeged, Hungary (Co-Chair)
II. Ungarische Humboldt-Konferenz, Information – Wissen – Gesellschaft, November 15-17, 2001, Budapest, Hungary (Co-Chair)
3rd Conference of the Hungarian Association for Image Analysis and Pattern Recognition, January 23-25, 2002, Domaszék, Hungary (Co-Chair)
9th International Workshop on Combinatorial Image Analysis, May 14-16, 2003, Palermo, Italy (Co-Chair)
11th Summer School on Image Processing, July 3-12, 2003, Temesvá, Romania (Co-Organizer)
Workshop on Discrete Tomography and Its Applications (Co-Organizer), 2005, New York
Conference on Discrete Geometry in Computer Imagery (Chair), October 25-27, 2006, Szeged
SEGAMS (SzEged GAMma camera Systems): nuclear medicine data processing system
IDICON - Interfile - DICOM conversion
DIRECT Discrete Tomography Reconstruction
1983-84: Department of Informatics 5 (Pattern Recognition) and Department of Nuclear Medicine, University of Erlangen, Germany, reasearch fellow, 1 year
1985: Department of Mathematics, University of Trieste, Italy, visiting professor, 3 months
1988: Department of Mathematics, University of Trieste, Italy, visiting professor, 3 months
1991: Department of Medical Physics and Bio-Engineering, University College London, England, research fellow, 6 months
1993: Institute of Mathematics, University of Erlangen, Germany, invited lecturer, 3 months
1993-96: Medical Image Processing Group, Department of Radiology, University of Pennsylvania, USA, visiting professor, 3x2 months
Network on Medical Image Processing, CEEPUS A-34, 1997-2004 (Principal investigator: E. Sorantin)
Discrete tomography and its applications, Hungarian Research Foundation, Grant T 032241, 2001-2004 (principal investigator)
Aspects of Discrete tomography, National Science Foundation, DMS 0306215, 2003-2005 (Principal investigator: Gabor T. Herman)
(with Gabor T. Herman) Special Issue: Discrete Tomography
International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology 9, No. 2/3 (1998).
Publications (partial list):
Kuba A.: Reconstruction of two-directionally connected
binary patterns from their two orthogonal projections
Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing 27, 249-265 (1984).
Kuba A., Volcic A.: Characterisation of measureable plane
sets which are reconstructable from their two projections
Inverse Problems 4, 513-527 (1988).
Kölzow D., Kuba A., Volcic A.: An algorithm for reconstructing
convex bodies from their projections
Discrete and Computational Geometry 4, 205-237 (1989).
Kuba A.: Reconstruction of measurable plane sets from
their two projections taken in arbitrary directions
Inverse Problems 7, 101-107 (1991).
Kuba A, Makay A, Máté E, Csernay L.: Data
processing system for nuclear medicine images
Int. J. Imaging Systems and Tecnology 4, 51-56 (1992).
R. Aharoni, G.T. Herman, A. Kuba: Binary vectors partially
determined by linear equation systems
Discrete Mathematics 171, 1-16 (1997).
K. Palágyi, A. Kuba:
A 3D 6-subiteration thinning algorithm for extracting medial
Pattern Recognition Letters 19, 613-627 (1998).
A. Kuba: Reconstruction in different
classes of 2D discrete sets
Lecture Notes on Computer Sciences 1568, 153-163 (1999).
K. Palágyi, A. Kuba: A parallel 3D
12-subiteration thinning algorithm
Graphical Models and Image Processing, 61, 199-221 (1999).
A. Kuba, G.T. Herman, S. Matej, A. Todd-Pokropek: Medical applications of discrete tomography,
in Discrete Mathematical Problems with Medical Applications, DIMACS Series in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, AMS, vol. 55, pp. 195-208 (2000).
A. Kuba, E. Balogh: Reconstruction of convex 2D
discrete sets in polynomial time
Theor. Comput. Sci., 283, 223-242 (2000).
A. Kuba, M. Nivat: Reconstruction of discrete sets
Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 339, 171-194 (2001).
G.T. Herman, A. Kuba: Discrete tomography in medical
Proc. of IEEE 91, 1612-1626 (2003).