Collaborative Computational Project in Synergistic Reconstruction for Biomedical Imaging


Release of SIRF 1.0.0-rc.1

We are delighted to announce the first release candidate of our Synergistic Image Reconstruction Framework (SIRF) Version 1.0.0.

The main change since Release 0.9.2 is the addition of initial support of Siemens mMR PET data (no scatter correction nor bed/head holder information yet). A more complete list can be found in our CHANGES file.


STIR wins the 2017 PMB Rotblat prize!

The main STIR paper

Kris Thielemans, Charalampos Tsoumpas, Sanida Mustafovic, Tobias Beisel, Pablo Aguiar, Nikolaos Dikaios, and Matthew W Jacobson, 
STIR: Software for Tomographic Image Reconstruction Release 2, 
Physics in Medicine and Biology, 57 (4), 2012 pp.867-883.


Release of SIRF v0.9.2

We are delighted to announce the release of our Synergistic Image Reconstruction Framework (SIRF) Version 0.9.2.

The only changes from Release 0.9.1 are small last minute bug fixes. We recommend to use Release 0.9.2 Virtual Machine and not Release 0.9.1 VM.

The summary of main changes since Release 0.9.0 is as follows:


EPSRC Software Flagship project awarded

Our proposal “A framework for efficient synergistic spatiotemporal reconstruction of PET-MR dynamic data” was successful. This 32 month project will start end of September and will fully integrate with CCP PETMR activities.


CCP PETMR Awards 2017

We are delighted to announce the winners of the prizes for the top 3 active contributors to the CCP PET-MR software framework and all that pertains to it, for the period June 2016 - June 2017. These 3 prizes (named gold, silver and bronze, of values £400, £200 and £100 respectively) are awarded annually to the top 3 contributors (early career researchers) to the project, whether for contributions in software, education or administrative matters.


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