Mr. Serkan Cimen

Mr. Serkan Cimen


Serkan joined CISTIB in August 2012 where he is currently pursuing a PhD degree at the University of Sheffield. He is funded by a PhD scholarship from the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. His current research focuses on the 3D reconstruction of coronary arteries from rotational X-Ray angiograms. He is currently working on mixture model based approaches to model coronary artery trees.


  • Çimen, S., Gooya, A., Grass, M., Frangi, A.F., 2016. Reconstruction of Coronary Arteries from X-ray Angiography: A Review. Med. Image Anal. (accepted)
  • Çimen, S., Gooya, A., Frangi, A.F., 2016. Reconstruction of Coronary Artery Centrelines from X-ray Rotational Angiography using a Probabilistic Mixture Model, in: Proc. SPIE. [poster2]
  • Pinto, C., Çimen, S., Gooya, A., Lekadir, K., Frangi, A.F., 2016. Joint Clustering and Component Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Shape Patterns in Myocardial Infarction, in: Camara, O., Mansi, T., Pop, M., Rhode, K., Sermesant, M., Young, A. (Eds.), Proceedings Statistical Atlases and Computational Models of the Heart. Imaging and Modelling Challenges: STACOM 2015. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 171–179.
  • Çimen, S., Hoogendoorn, C., Morris, P., Gunn, J., Frangi, A., 2014. Reconstruction of Coronary Trees from 3DRA Using a 3D+t Statistical Cardiac Prior, in: Golland, P., Hata, N., Barillot, C., Hornegger, J., Howe, R. (Eds.), Proceedings Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention, LNCS. Springer International Publishing, pp. 619–626. [poster1]

Contact Details

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  • Address
    Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
  • City
    Mappin Street, Sheffield
  • State or Province
    South Yorkshire
  • Zip Code
    S1 3JD
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Telephone
    +44 (0) 114 222 5397
  • Fax
    +44 (0) 114 222 7890
Wednesday, 02 December 2015 00:00

Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary Artery Disease - Serkan Cimen - Aug 2015
Can we use X-Ray angiography images to estimate physiological measurements that help us to understand the function of coronary arteries?
Coronary Artery Disease