B.S., Mathematics, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC, USA), 2009
Stan Okrasinski completed his undergraduate work at the University of North Carolina while working in an ultrasound lab. He constructed and programmed an ultrasound scanner using the swept-scan method with a single-element transducer. At the same time, he wrote an undergraduate thesis titled Classifying the Diameter of Ultrasound Contrast Agents, which studied the acoustic backscatter of ultrasound contrast agents. His research interests include cardiac ultrasound and torsional dynamics of the heart.
To obtain a bibliography of all of Mr. Okrasinski's publications, click here to download the complete list (in BibTeX format).
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