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The Programme

18th - 19th May 2006
Centre de Recherche Henri Tudor - Luxembourg

Day 1: Workshops, 18th May 2006

9:00 Registration and Welcome Coffee

"Getting Started" Track "Application" Track
09:30
-
10:30

Introduction to ImageJ

by Wayne Rasband

(60 min)
10:30
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12:30

Extending ImageJ with Macros

by Wayne Rasband

(120 min)
3D-Data Representation with ImageJ

by Prof. Dr. Kai Uwe Barthel

(120 min)
Lunch
14:00
-
15:30

Introduction to Developing ImageJ Plugins

by Werner Bailer

(180 min)

Working with medical DICOM Images
using ImageJ

by Johannes Hermen

(90 min)
15:30
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17:00


Automatic Measurements of Cell Structures: Programing and Applications

by Dimiter Prodanov

(90 min)
Social Event
(wine tasting and dinner in a wine-cellar; click link for details)

Day 2: Presentations and Poster Sessions, 19th May 2006

9:00 Registration and Welcome Coffee

"General" Track
"Biological/Medical" Track
Poster
Sessions

09:30
-
9:55
A 3D Fast Hartley Transform Plugin for ImageJ

by Robert Dougherty
Using ImageJ for processing fluorescence and reflectance image sequences of plant leaves

by Sándor Lenk
10:00
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10:25
TrakEM2: an ImageJ-based program for morphological data mining and 3D modeling

by Albert Cardona
Automatic distance analysis in 3D-FISH experiment images.

by Thomas BOUDIER
10:30
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10:55
Handling multi-dimensional images with SyncWindows and Image5D

by Joachim Walter
Use of Fourier domain filtering and dynamic programming in finding a titanium coil implant in high voltage x-ray images.

by Henning Nielsen
Break
11:30
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12:25
MRI Cell Image Analyzer
A visual scripting interface for ImageJ and its usage at the microscopy platform Montpellier RIO Imaging


by Volker Bäcker

(60 min)
Systematic characterisation of cellular spatial arrangement in tissues.

by Gabriel Landini

(60 min)
Lunch
14:00
-
14:25
Non-destructive marking and integrated image analysis using ObjectJ

by Norbert Vischer
Oral Epithelial Dysplasia: Can Quantifiable Morphological Features Help in the Grading Dilemma?

by Dr Rasha Abu Eid
14:30
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14:55
Quantification of surface structures

by Gary Chinga
TomoJ : new tools for electron Tomography.

by Thomas BOUDIER/Cédric MESSAOUDI
Break
15:30
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16:00
The ImageJ Documentation Wiki

by Andreas Jahnen
16:00
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17:30
Developer Round Table
17:30
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20:00
Discussion / Drink
Click on the workshop or presentation to get a detailed description of the covered subject.

Posters Sessions

  • Restoring the paleofluids: 3D volumetric analysis of oil-bearing fluid inclusions within minerals and its application to oil prospection by Aldo Ramos-Rosique; Gilles Levresse; Jordi Tritlla and Nydia Hernández-Ríos
  • Automated segmentation of Feulgen stained cell nuclei for DNA cytometric analysis based on color deconvolution and morphological filters by Dr. Yoo-Jin Kim
  • Image5D - an API for displaying and processing multi-dimensional image data by Joachim Walter
  • Morphometric characteristics of human sciatic nerve myelinated nerve fibres by Ugrenović Slađana
  • CORRELATION BETWEEN PSAMMOMATOUS CALCIFICATIONS MORPHOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS AND EPITHELIAL ATROPHY OF HUMAN CHOROID PLEXUS DURING THE AGING PROCESS by Ivan Jovanovic
  • Mapping of contour dynamics of a moving cell using ImageJ by Kunito Yoshida
  • Development of 3D segmentation in medical imaging using the belief functions theory: Application to Computed Tomography Images by Sébastien VAUCLIN
  • AGScan, a micro-array image processing software by Cathelin Rémi & Christophe Klopp
  • ImageJ plugin based on ImageIO to extract images and data from Cameca Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer data files by Patrick Pirrotte
  • Non-destructive marking using ObjectJ by Stelian Nastase
  • ImageJ-Plugin for Automatical Analysis of Phantom Images in Mammographic X Ray Units by Holger Buhr
  • KARYOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF THYMOCYTES IN DOWN SYNDROME by Dragan Mihailovic
  • Estimation of annual growth ring widths in heartwood from CT images of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) logs by Dr Fleur LONGUETAUD
  • Image J and Volcanic Ashs: A complementary tool for prediction of phase changes in eruptions by Orkun Ersoy:
  • Analysis of telomere constellations and dynamics in mammalian cells by winnok de vos
  • ImageJ processing of wheat grain roentgenograms for detection of hidden infestation by granary weevil by Jaroslaw S. Grodek
  • Adaptative active contours (snake) for the Segmentation of complex structures in biological images by Philippe Andrey / Thomas Boudier
  • SalsaJ: a multilanguage interface for education by Anne-Laure Melchior
  • Manual Tracking: a semi-automated tool to keep a track of movements in 2 and 3D by Dr Fabrice P Cordelières
  • Exploratory Multivariate Image Analysis by James Burger
  • New hard coated CHROMA filters versus standard CHROMA filters. Comparison of intensities of fluorescence by Silke Gerwig
  • Automatic segmentation of Drosophila brains by Johannes Schindelin
  • Application of ImageJ in cytology and histology for diagnostic aims and clinical researches by Boris V. Shilov

Social Event

On the 18th May a social event is planned. Details and booking will be offered later.

Lunch

Lunch can be taken at the restaurant of the CRP Henri Tudor. Here several menus from simple meals up to a menu will be available.

Please note : the number of seats is limited.

You can find additional information regarding registration and pricing on the registration page.

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