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The 2015 annual Bruker microCT User Meeting took place at the historical setting of the ‘Provenciaal Hof’ in the city of Bruges from the 4th to the 7th of May. We had almost 90 participants at the meeting this year, and 61 high scientific quality of abstracts and posters were submitted. We thank all the presenters and participants for their great contribution.

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Kate Robson Brown, University of Bristol, UK

“Micro-CT in forensic anthropology:
Implications for estimating age-at-death in infants, recent and ancient.”

Maarten Moesen, Huntsman Polyurethanes, Belgium

“Morphological analysis of polyurethane foams”

Ariane Zamarioli, University of São Paulo, Brazil

Microstructural changes in the bone tissue and in the bone callus of diabetic rats
with and without insulin treatment”

Kleoniki Keklikoglou, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Greece

“Revealing effects of ocean acidification on the calcified structures of marine invertebrates through micro-computed tomography (micro-CT)”

Annapaola Parrilli, Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Italy

“Micro-CT analysis in the development of in vitro alternative method for the study of
bone metastases”

Damian Stefaniuk, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland

“On coupling of micro-CT and nanoindentation to examine concrete microstructure”

Alix Cornish, Campden BRI, UK

“Investigating the Structure of Dough and Bread using X-ray Tomography”

Greetje Vande Velde, KULeuven, Belgium

“Micro-CT and 19F-MRI of delayed release from pH-sensitive capsules in hamsters:
Towards better treatment of antibiotics-associated diarrhea”

Enrico Dall’Ara, University of Sheffield, UK

“Combination of MicroCT and Digital Volume Correlation for prediction of local deformation in bone”

Sascha Senck, University of Appl. Sciences Upper Austria, Austria

“Three-dimensional characterization of polymeric materials using a Talbot-Lau
grating interferometer CT”

Gerard van Dalen, Unilever R&D, the Netherlands

“Micro-CT Imaging and analyses of eggplants and carrots during air drying”

Ivan Yakimchuk, Schlumberger, Russia

“Study of X-ray MicroCT in Conjunction with Other Techniques for Core Analysis”

Ines Moreno, University of Southampton, UK

“Examination of human bone regeneration using a replacement model for animal research”

Egon Perilli, Flinders University of South Australia , Australia

“Micro-CT imaging of surgical screw tightening in human trabecular bone”

Nikolaus Nestle, BASF, Germany

“The salty footprints of drying”

Jana Goyens, University of Antwerp, Belgium

“Finite Element Models based on MicroCT data show which stag beetle species
are most vulnerable to break their jaws in battles”

María Candás, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain

“Application of microCT in the study of the anatomy of small marine molluscs.”

Thomas Kleinteich, Kiel University, Germany

“The diversity of sticky frog tongues”

Lukasz Skarżyński, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

“Investigations of fracture process in concrete using with X-ray micro-CT”

Gregory Pyka, KULeuven, Belgium

“Micro-CT based local strain analysis of porous materials:
potential for industrial applications”

Hannah Schmidbaur, University of Vienna, Austria

“Exploring methods to remove iodine and phosphotungstic acid stains
from zoological specimens”

Marco Versiani, University of São Paulo, Brazil

“Influence of the passive and active irrigation techniques on the volume of
the gas bubbles formed after biomechanical preparation”

Sébastien Barré, University of Bern, Switzerland

“Micro-CT based Stereology”

Magdalena Rajcsakowska, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland

“Roughness analysis of the “invisible” surface by means of X-ray micro-CT”

Jan Heemskerk, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

“Iterative reconstruction algorithms for dose reduction in Micro-CT”

Sylvie Chevallier, ONIRIS, France

“X-Ray microtomography to describe the internal microsctructure of agglomerates of
cereal powders”

Sarah Faulwetter, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Greece

“First steps towards the development of an integrated metadata management system for biodiversity-related micro-CT datasets”

Simon Redfern, University of Cambridge, UK

“X-ray phase contrast imaging and 3D reconstruction of chemical alteration in plankton shells – a key indicator of past climate”

Javier Alba-Tercedor, University of Granada, Spain

“Using micro-CT to elucidate the pupal case architecture as a survival strategy of
a caddisfly insect”

David Gibbs, University of Southampton, UK

“Temporal micro CT Evaluation of in vivo bone formation mediated by growth factor containing clay gels”

Nikolay Priyatkin, Agrophysical Research Institute, Russia

“Visualization of internal structural defects of wheat seeds using micro CT”

Elke Van de Casteele, KULeuven, Belgium

“Micro-CT evaluation of PRF induced bone growth”

Raf Claes, VUB and University of Antwerp, Belgium

“Is the avian middle ear influenced by beak opening? A case for micro-CT!”

Andrea Sandor, BASF, Germany

“No turning round: "abusing" µCT as an X-ray transmission microscope”

Karol Szlazak, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

“Micro-CT as a tool for nanoporosity investigation of bone engineered scaffolds”


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