Robert Rohling is a professor with a joint appointment in electrical and computer engineering and mechanical engineering at UBC. Robert’s research is in the field of biomedical engineering with a specialization in medical ultrasound. His current research areas include adaptive ultrasound, 3-D ultrasound, elastography, and image-guided surgery, and he currently teaches Medical Imaging and Selected Topics in Biomedical Engineering at UBC.
Robert Rohling received a bachelor’s of applied science in engineering physics from the University of British Columbia, a master’s in biomedical engineering from McGill University, and a PhD in information engineering from the University of Cambridge. He is the coordinator of the biomedical engineering option and the mechatronics option at UBC and is also a member of DICOM on multidimensional interchange to set the standards for communicating medical images.