Visionday 2012 Programme
Programme top
= Industrial image analysis,
= Technologies for life science,
= Computer graphics,
= Medical image analysis
ROOM 1 ROOM 2 ROOM 3 TUTORIAL ROOMS
08:00 Registration and breakfast
09:00

Plenary talk: Vision in Space

John Leif Jørgensen / DTU Space, National Space Institute

10:00 Refreshments, exhibition, networking
10:15

Imaging Nanoparticles

Thomas Lars Andresen / DTU Nanotech

Image analysis for automatic phenotyping

Chris Glasbey / Biomathematics & Statistics Scotland

Convincing Shadows for Real-Time Graphics

Ulf Assarson / Chalmers University of Technology

 

Quantification of histological tissue sections using image analysis

Lars Pedersen / Visiopharm

Measuring body and carcass composition the challenges and the potential

Paul Allen / The Irish Agriculture and Food Development Authority

Real-time graphics in the browser

Morten Nobel-Jørgensen / DTU Informatics

 
11:00 Refreshments, exhibition, networking
11:15

Model-based surgical planning and simulation

Miguel A. González Ballester / ALMA IT Systems

Optimization of separation and drying processes

Preben Alstrøm / CORE A/S

Non-parametric Bayesian Models for Complex Networks

Morten Mørup / DTU Informatics

Spectral imaging: Look at food, skin, or your own sample in a new way

Jens Michael Carstensen, Videometer / DTU Informatics

Real-time Rendering of Anisotropic Volume Data

Lasse F. Laursen / DTU Informatics

GPU Computing for Simulation and Optimization

GPU-Lab / DTU Informatics

Applications of Markov Chain Monte Carlo in Finance

Dan Svenstrup / Danske Bank

 
12:00 Lunch, exhibition, networking
13:00

Phase Contrast and Dark Field contrast mechanisms as new modalities for X-ray Imaging

Robert Feidenhans'l / Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen

Applying chemometrics to a biotechnological screening funnel

Lene B. Cesar / Novozymes

Sticks, balls and beyond - Molecular visualization

Jesper Børlum / CGL, Alexandra Instituttet A/S

Develop Cross Platform 3D Apps for iPhone and Android

Dalux

Imaging in Clinical Studies in Osteoarthritis

Erik Dam / BioMediq

Quantitative proteomics to understand microorganisms as probiotics

Susanne Jacobsen / Biosys

Visualizing Large Scale 3D Medical Data Sets

Anders Ynnerman / Linköpings Universitet

Quantitative histology using Visiopharm image analysis software and APPs

Martin Kristensson and Susanne Rytter Christoffersen / Visiopharm.

13:45 Refreshments, exhibition, networking
14:00

Neutron Imaging and the European Spallation Source

Markus Strobl / European Spallation Source

Topology Optimization

Anton Evgrafov / DTU Mathematics

Dynamic Model Based Monitoring of Batch Processes

Frans van den Berg / University of Copenhagen

Develop Cross Platform 3D Apps for iPhone and Android

Dalux

microCT for Biomedical research, Clinical applications, and Material Science

Bruno Koller / Scanco Medical AG

Modeling, Simulation and Optimization of Single-Cell Protein Production in a U-Loop Reactor

John Bagterp Jørgensen / DTU Informatics

PAT in Novozymes

Elisabeth Micklander / Novozymes

Quantitative histology using Visiopharm image analysis software and APPs

Martin Kristensson and Susanne Rytter Christoffersen / Visiopharm

 

Software and platforms for collaborations

Jesper Grooss / DHI

   
15:00 Refreshments, exhibition, networking
15:30

Robot Cell for Bin Picking

Ivar Balslev / Scape Technologies

Deforming Meshes that Split and Merge

Chris Wojtan / Institute of Science and Technology Austria

Analyze this why some organizations resist the temptation

Kaare Brandt Pedersen / SAS Institute

Quantitative histology using Visiopharm image analysis software and APPs

Martin Kristensson and Susanne Rytter Christoffersen / Visiopharm

Low-energy X-ray imaging technology for industrial automation applications

Jørgen Rheinlaender / Innospexion

GPU Solvers for Flow Problems

Kenny Erleben / Computer Science, Copenhagen University

Wind Turbine Condition Monitoring From a Machine Learning Perspective

Martin Bach-Andersen / Siemens Windpower A/S

 

Camera Anatomy and Advanced Functions

Sujung Kim / DTU Informatics

     
16:30 Refreshments, exhibition, networking
16:45 Poster prizes, Medico Innovation and closing
19:00 Dinner at Fortunen
  Keynote talk on Thursday 31 May at 15:00 - Venue Building 308, auditorium 12 / Looking around Corners with Trillion Frames Per Second Imaging / Ramesh Raskar / MIT Media Lab
Ramesh Raskar Ramesh Raskar, Associate Professor, MIT Media Lab
Ramesh Raskar joined the Media Lab from Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories in 2008 as head of the Lab's Camera Culture research group. His research interests span the fields of computational light transport, computational photography, inverse problems in imaging and human-computer interaction. Recent projects and inventions include transient imaging to look around a corner, a next generation CAT-Scan machine, imperceptible markers for motion capture (Prakash), long distance barcodes (Bokode), touch+hover 3D interaction displays (BiDi screena), low-cost eye care devices (Netra,Catra), new theoretical models to augment light fields (ALF) to represent wave phenomena and algebraic rank constraints for 3D displays (HR3D).
Sponsors Dalux ITMAN DTU Digitalarts DTU Food Medico Innovation