SkyScan User Meeting 2009  
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                         User Meeting 2009 (click to the picture for full format image):

    

The annual SkyScan User Meeting took place in Ghent / Belgium from the 22nd till the 24th of April. This year over 75 participants were coming  in “Het Pand” - an old Dominican monastery located in the heart of the city of Ghent, now congress center. Over 40 presentations with a high scientific level made this meeting a great success.

This year’s winners of the best presentation, poster and picture were:

1.       Greet Kerckhofs, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium.

2.       Anne Brinkmann, University of Giessen, Germany.

3.       Claudia R. Schneider, University of Giessen, Germany.

 

We thank all presenters and participants for their great contribution.
 
   

Tom Ceulemans, SkyScan CEO:

 Opening Ceremony.

 
   

Bert Mueller (keynote lecture, invited speaker), Biomaterials Science Center, University of Basel, Switzerland:

“Sub-cellular X-ray Tomography of Human Tissue”  abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Claudia R. Schneider, University of Giessen, Germany:

“Quantitative 3D-Micro-CT Imaging of the Human Lung Fibrosis” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Gerard van Dalen, Unilever R&D, The Netherlands:

“Determination of bubbles in foods by X-ray microtomography and image analysis” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

           

Anneleen Foubert, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium:

“The use of high-resolution 3D X-ray microtomography in carbonate reservoir studies” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Chang-Yong Ko, Yonsei University, Korea:

“Evaluation of new obesity-related phenotype: a correlation between fat and bone morphological characteristics" abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Ian Parkinson, University of Adelaide, Australia:

“Effect of Variability in Image Segmentation on Quantitative Parameters from Micro-CT Analysis of Human Cancellous Bone" abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Tom M. Piscaer (presented by Harrie Weinans), Erasmus Medical Center, The Netherlands:

“Small animal imaging methods for in-vivo assessment of biochemical composition and volume of cartilage” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Daniel Chappard, INSERM Angers, France:

“MicroCT and preparation of b-TCP granular material by the polyurethane foam method” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Heike A. Hildebrandt, University of Essen, Germany:

“Vasa Vasorum in the Pathogenesis of Atherosclerosis in Humans” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Tineke De Schutter, University of Antwerp, Belgium:

“Follow-up of osteoporosis and vascular calcifications in rats with chronic kidney disease” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Francesca Veronesi, Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Italy:

“Micro-CT SkyScan-1172 potential in orthopedic applications” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Nick Silikas (presented by Richard Green), University of Manchester, UK:

“Resin-composite restoration in a tooth cavity” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Rossella Stoico, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli, Italy:

“Validation of a densitometric calibration protocol in microCT” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Dong-Hyun Seo, Yonsei University, Korea:

“Correlations between fat volume and bone architecture” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Yulia Plotkina,   Inst. Of Precambrian geology and geochronology RAS, Russia:

“X-ray computed microtomography adopted for geochronology” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Jeannine Holschbach, Orthopaedic University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany:

“Acute spinal cord injury increases callus formation during fracture healing in an experimental rat model” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Anne Brinkmann, University of Giessen, Germany:

“X-Ray Imaging of Intraplaque Hemorrhagein Aortas of ApoE-/-/LDL-/-Double Knockout Mice” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Marcella Matrecano, University of Naples ‘Federico II’, Italy:

“Long Term Changes In Soil Structure Of Microbial Crusts” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Richard Green, University of Manchester, UK:

“Quantitative Assessment of Bone Quality” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Els Herremans, K.U. Leuven BIOSYST MeBioS – VCBT, Belgium:

“InsideFood: Integrated sensing and imaging devices for designing, monitoring and controlling microstructure of foods.” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Nick Corps, e2V, UK:

"X-Ray Micro-CT Enables High Resolution 3D Imaging of the Internal Anatomy of Live Locusts"

 
   

Greet Kerckhofs, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium:

“Novel micro-CT-based local strain mapping tool to characterize the failure modes of bone tissue engineering scaffolds” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Francesca Salamanna, Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Italy:

“A Micro-CT quantitative analysis of tendon enthuses” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Klaus Berdel, RWTH Aachen University, Germany:

“Structural Analysis of Polymeric Foam” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Maarten Depypere, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium:

“Iterative reconstruction for segmentation of trabecular bone from in vivo microCT” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Rob van 't Hof, University of Edinburgh, UK:

“Phenotyping of a mouse model for Paget's disease of bone” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Kate Robson Brown (keynote lecture, invited speaker), Department of Archeology and Anthropology, University of Bristol, UK:

                               “Fossil microstructure: the potential of micro CT to the study of human evolution” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Hélène Chanvrier, Nestlé PTC Orbe, Switzerland:

“Food solid foams made from cereals: assessment of the structure of extruded rice by X-ray tomography” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Erwin Waarsing, Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, The Netherlands:

“Unfocused Extracorporeal Shock Waves Induce Anabolic Effects in Rat Bones” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Annapaola Parrilli, Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Italy:

“Compression test on porous polymeric scaffolds” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Anne Ostendorf, University of Giessen, Germany:

“In-vitro Evaluation of the Sinus Sagittalis Superior Thrombosis Model in the Rat using  3-D Micro- and Nano-Computed Tomography” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Brian Hayes, GlaxoSmithKline R&D, UK:

“Modelling Intranasal Drug Particle Deposition and Clearance in the Guinea Pig by Micro-CT” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Marijn Boone, UGent, Belgium:

“Visualization of fracture formation within a porous limestone” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Kerstin Kleinschmidt, Orthopaedic University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany:

“In Vivo µCT-Analysis of BMP-2 Mediated Fracture Healing in Time Response in a Rabbit Radius Critical Size Defect (CSD) Model” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Yoram Bresler (keynote lecture, invited speaker), Dep of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois, USA:

                               “Tomographical acquisition geometries and reconstruction algorithms” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Dobo-Nagy Csaba, Semmelweis University, Hungary:

“Characterization of root canal curvatures by description of the axis based on micro-CT imaging” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Yvonne Reinwald, University of Nottingham, UK:

“Determination of Interconnectivity of tissue engineering scaffolds” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Mark F.V. Tarplee, Queen Mary University of London, UK:

“Acquiring, and making the most of, optimal quality X-ray µCT scans” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Inneke Willekens, VUB, Belgium:

“Aurovist contrast enhancement in healthy mice” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Kahl Wolf-Achim, Universität Kiel, Germany:

“Quantifying porosities in sandstones: How to assess accuracy?” abstract in pdf- format

 
   

Jung-Yul Cha, College of Dentistry, Yonsei University, Korea:

“The influence of peri-implant artifact on microCT analysis” abstract in pdf- format

 

   Click here for information on User Meeting 2008.   

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    Click here for information on User Meeting 2005.

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