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The Programme

27th - 29th October 2010
Mondorf les Bains - Luxembourg


Day 1: Special topic: Evolution of ImageJ, 27th October 2010 Besides the presentations, the scientific posters and the expo are accessible all day.
Room A

14:00
Registration
14:30
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16:00
16:00
Break
16:30
-
18:00

Grant Harris and Curtis Rueden:
ImageJDev: Next generation ImageJ

18:00

Closing of First Day

Day 2: Workshops, 28th October 2010 Besides the workshops, the scientific posters and the expo are accessible all day.

8:30

Registration



Track 1 - Room B


Track 2 - Room A

9:00
-
10:30

Dimiter Prodanov:

10:30
Break
11:00
-
12:30

Jerome Mutterer:

ImageJ Macro Tutorial

12:30

Lunch and time to visit the exposition and the scientific posters

14:30
-
16:00
16:00
Break
16:30
-
17:30
Kai-Uwe Barthel and Daniel Senff:
18:30

Day 3: Presentations and Poster Sessions, 29th October 2010 Besides the presentations, the scientific posters are accessible all day.

8:30
Registration


Track 1 - Room A


Track 2 - Room B

9:00
-
10:30
10:30
Break
11:00
-
12:00
12:00

Lunch including Scientific Poster Evaluation

13:30
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15:00
15:00
Break
15:30
-
17:00
17:00

Closing of event - Drink

Scientific Poster Presentations

Amin Garbout: Soil Pore Network Visualisation and Quantification using ImageJ  
Anders Thorsen: Using ImageJ with the plugin ObjectJ for fish oocyte and egg measurements; Hough transform, particle analysis, manual size measurements, and categorization  
Shameem Sampath: The association between shape descriptors of segmented areas of subchondral sclerosis of the upper tibia and the mechanical axis of the lower limb  
Douglas H. Ross: Grading exams with ImageJ  
Gilles Carpentier: Protein Array Analyzer for ImageJ  
Gilbert Bigras: HER-2/NEU AMPLIFIED BREAST CANCERS HAVE LARGE AMOUNT OF CYTOPLASM AS DETERMINED BY IMAGE-ANALYSIS WITH IMAGEJ SOFTWARE  
Christian Blendl: ImageJ plugin for analyzing the anthropomorphic test patterns in a mammographic test phantom image  
Holger Buhr: ImageJ based application for automatical analysis of a new X-ray phantom  
Knut Kvaal: A plugin system for (1-D, 2-D) texture and signal characterisation using AMT (Angle Measure Technique)  
Janos Kriston-Vizi: Automated Image Analysis Pipeline for the Identification of Autophagic Inducers by High Content Screening  
Michael Doube: BoneJ: a collection of ImageJ plugins for bone image analysis  
Jerome Mutterer: ImageJ & Arduino  
Norbert Vischer: ObjectJ: Non-destructive marking and linked results used in bacterial molecular cytology  
Nikolay Englevskiy: Creating a module for ImageJ for quantative evaluation of endogenous oxidation in mitochondria of blood lymphocytes  
Y. Fleming: 3D reconstruction of volume sputtered by Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry  
Johannes Hermen: Latest Features and Improvements on Tudor DICOM Tools  
Anna Bosch: n-bits Colocalization Macro for Image J  
Pol Solans: Development of an Image J Macro for Analysis of Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer Experiments with Sensitized Emission Method.  
Parfait Evouna Mengue: Semi-Automated Cell Segmentation for Quantitative Digital Image Analysis of a Protein Translocation  
Helmut Ahammer: IQM - Interactive Quantitative Morphology  
Marcin Brzezicki: The use of ImageJ software in quality and quantity assessment of photon emission and ray-trace bitmap renderings in architecture and civil engineering.  
Lee Kamentsky: High-throughput image analysis with CellProfiler and ImageJ  

Open Space Posters

Exposition

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Social Event

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