– PHD | MIT | Public Health | Health Informatics –
The University of Queensland | CAI
  • Start Working At The University of Queensland
    April 30 2012 | Posdoctoral Research Fellow
  • A new greater tool of the digital imaging processing in medical science. Offering an innovative mobile system that displays the relevant information graphically and in three dimensions for MRI data sets.


    This mobile DIP helps not only in maximizing details of interest towards imaging extraction and analysis but also providing the capable of capturing the raw data for feather study and interpretation remotely.

  • This app use mobile phone network with ECG technology as an approach in collecting and analysing the ECG recording data to help physicians diagnose patients faster and mobilize resources in anticipation of a patient’s arrival, rather than reacting once the patient is already in hospital or clinic.

  • The University of Southern Queensland app is clearly geared for external audiences visiting its campuses. It uses current location to guide the tour and offers details, images, video and Map of each location. Students of the university, are well put together and put a great personal touch on an impersonal touring method.This app also links to Library system for additional study material.

  • MY BRAIN IS BEAUTIFUL: A VOLATILE COCKTAIL OF PASSION, PERSEVERANCE AND EMPATHY. IT IS UNIQUE, SHAPED BY A LIFE OF EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES. GO ON, GIVE MY BRAIN ANOTHER CHALLENGE TO CONQUER.
    LIFT YOUR IMAGINATION …… THEN WE TALK
    EVERYTHING ABOUT ADAM LIN

Dr. Adam Lin

I am now working as a research software engineer of medical imaging and medical laboratory systems in University of Queensland, Australia. I am doing integration of the National Imaging Facility (NIF) with the Australian National Data Service to mobile and web services, world co-ordinate based image browsing to human brain. Demonstration can be found in the VM Desktop | VM Phone websites (MRI images). It is a Open Source project that is currently available on GitHub (github.com/NIF-au/TissueStack) and has now had four releases.


Its purpose is to allow researchers to view brain imaging datasets online through an interaction interface on local to the network segment of the Tissue server. This research is headed by Dr. Andrew Janke who is a Neuroinformatics fellow for the National Imaging Facility Queensland (NIF) node. Project is conducting by Adam LinHarald Waxenegger and Oliver Nicolini. Embedded version can be found in this LINK.

"Creativity often consists of merely turning up what is already there."
-Bernice Fitz-Gibbon

Tissue Stack

An Embedded Application to display and editing of 3D voxel based datasets. This project is supported by the Australian National Data Service (ANDS). Read more

M-ECG DSS

The Mobile ECG DSS is expected to improve the overall referral processes and diagnosis of CVD patients remotely located from physicians and clinic. Read more

USQ APP

An application for University of Southern Queensland. It is used for first year uni students. It included library book system and location services etc... Read more

Research Publications

From October 2009, I have started publishing research paper in the field of electrical, medical information engineering and mobile application systems. Read more

I WANT TO INSPIRE YOU. SET YOUR SIGHTS BEYOND THE POINT OF LUNACY AND LOOK INSIDE...

Current Appointments:

  • Mobile/Web APP Development
  • Web Desgin
  • Software Engineer
  • Medical Imaging/Laboratory Systems
  • Mapping 3D Technology
  • Real-Time Data Service

Research Interests:

  • Mobile Solution
  • Medical Solution | Medical Science
  • Health Care
  • Health Informatics
  • Digital Imaging Processing
  • Decision Support Processing

Teaching Experiences:

  • Information System Concept 2011
  • Accounting Information System 2009 - 2012
  • Mobile Development 2012

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Centre for Advanced Imaging (57/414),
University of Queensland
St Lucia, QLD, 4072. AUSTRALIA
Office: (+61) 3346 0360
Phone: (+61) 430 075 288
Website: http://adamlin.com
Email: adam.lin@cai.uq.edu.au