Vasiliki Ikonomidou, PhD
Vasiliki Ikonomidou, PhD
Assistant Professor, Bioengineering
|Office:||Nguyen Engineering Building, Room 3909|
|Hours:||Tues. 3 - 4 pm, Thurs. 2 - 3pm or by Appt.|
BioVasiliki N. Ikonomidou earned the Diploma in Engineering (MSc) degree and the PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1997 and 2002 respectively. Her PhD thesis focused on the development of excitation techniques for magnetic resonance tagging. In May 2003 she joined the intramural program of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) of the NIH (Bethesda, MD), as a Visiting Fellow in the Laboratory for Functional and Molecular Imaging, Advanced MRI Section, working under Dr Jeff Duyn in the development of high-contrast anatomical MRI techniques. In May 2006, she joined the Neuroimmunology Branch of NINDS, where she worked on brain imaging, using MRI and PET, in patients with Multiple Sclerosis. Since August 2009, she has been with George Mason University, where she is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the MRI Physicist of the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study. Her research interests are in the fields of technical development for MRI, development of multispectral and fusion image processing techniques, and the detection of early stages of white matter neurodegeneration. Dr. Ikonomidou has co-authored 19 papers in peer-reviewed journals, and is a member of ISMRM and IEEE.
- BENG 220-001 Physical Bases of Biomedical Systems
- BENG 499/590-001 Medical Image Processing
Vasiliki Ikonomidou of the Bioengineering Department and Margret Hjalmarson of the College of Education & Human Development received $150K from the National Science... (09/22/2014) View more...
Advances in neuroimaging have revolutionized the way we look at and understand neurodegenerative diseases and have laid the foundation for developing new ways to help patients... (01/14/2014) View more...
Profs. Nathalia Peixoto (PI) and Vasiliki Ikonomidou (co-PI), of our Electrical Engineering department, received $125,000.00 from NSF for their project titled: “GARDE: EQuaLS:... (08/10/2011) View more...
Senior Design Projects
|Martin Cissel, Misha Vaidya, Nhien Tran||Contactless Pulse Transit Time Measurement and its Potential Application in Measuring Blood Pressure||Spring 2014|
|Rahul Chopra, Scott Oshiro, Luis Reynoso||Exoskeleton Arm Support System (ExoArm)||Spring 2014|
|Deanna Jefferson, Mariet Kurtz, Brian Silverio||Automatic Signature Verification System||Spring 2014|
|Juan Moneta, Wenjing Wang||Multi-Media Control Assistance||Fall 2013|
|Omar Rojas, Hanim Song, Rebecca Song, Daniel Stetson||Robotic Arm Feeder||Spring 2013|
|Marcial Garmendia, Yi Qu, Michelle Samra, Albert Zuzolo||Electronically Controlled Mounting Arm for a Power Wheelchair||Spring 2013|
|Sheryll Alegrado, Wesley Chin, Weiming Sun||Low-Cost Telemedicine Station||Spring 2012|
|Peter Chen, Steve Annessa, Sunny Joshi, Maitram Nguyen||Autonomous Watering and Fertilization System||Spring 2011|
|Zainab Hameda Benchekroun, Bassam Dourassi, Tarek Lahlou, Dane Larsen||IMDA Systems: Digital Signature Verification||Spring 2011|
|Sara Ataya, Aye M. Soe, Bao V. Nguyen, Long Yang||FM Coverage Area Measurement||Fall 2010|
|Alex Valdivia, Noor Al-Alami, Mariela Vidal, Dennis Bustillo||Response Measuring System for Sports Training||Spring 2010|
|Michael Kane, James White, Danny Ball, Devraj Dasgupta||T1 Measurement Optimization in MRI||Spring 2010|