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The 2016 annual Bruker microCT User Meeting took place in Mondorf Parc Hotel at MONDORF Domaine Thermal Luxembourg from 9th to 12th of May. We had over 100 participants from 21 different countries at the meeting this year, and more than 60 high scientific quality of abstracts and posters were submitted. We thank all the presenters and participants for their great contribution.

Rob van’t Hof, University of Liverpool, UK

Analysis of osteocyte density in mice using µCT.”

Diana Engineer, Centre for Microscopy, Characterisation and Analysis, University of Western Australia , Australia

Investigation of IGF-1 as a key driver of lung regeneration

Guruprasad Rao, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria

Three dimensional visualisation of barley corn seed and  fish  tissue  using  Talbot  Lau  grating interferometer

Jana Goyens, University of Antwerp, Belgium

MicroCT reveals how male stag beetles can pinch forcefully with ungainly jaws

Giovanni Postiglione, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Self-healing polymers based on microvascular networks

Michael Doube, University of London, UK

Plant and insect microanatomy revealed by iodine vapour staining and X-ray microtomography

Fabian Westhauser, Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany

Heidelberg-mCT-Analyzer: a novel method for standardized micro-computed-tomography-(mCT)-guided evaluation of scaffold properties in bone and tissue research

Greetje Vande Velde, KULeuven, Belgium

The value of micro-CT to monitor lung metastasis in an immune-competent mouse cancer model

Valentina Davidoiu, King’s College London, UK 

A post-reconstruction comparison of denoising methods for micro-CT data

Seth Parker, University of Kentucky, USA

Reading the Invisible Library

Suzanne Reimann, University of Bonn, Germany

Volume change over time of resorbable magnesium-based fixation screws

Charbel Mourad, Cliniques Universitaires Saint Luc, Belgium

Micro CT in evaluating the subchondral bone plate in human femoral heads: correlation with MRI

Sylvie Chevallier, ONIRIS, France

X-ray micro-tomography to study the baking of bread: a dynamic approach to follow crust and crumb formation

Marianna Kulkova , Herzen State Pedagogical University, Russia

MicroCT- tomography for the study of mineral and organic inclusions in ceramics of the Stone Age sites  (North-western Russia)

Javier Alba-Tercedor, University of Granada, Spain

“Micro-CT as a tool straddling research, art and education. Study of Osmia sp., a mason bee (Insecta: Hymenoptera)”

Ricardo Gariba Silva, University of São Paulo, Brazil

“The use of microcomputed tomography in the evaluation of accumulation and removal of the hard-tissue debris from root canal system with isthmuses”

Behzad Javaheri, The Royal Veterinary College, UK

“Deficiency and also transgenic overexpression of Timp-3 both lead to compromised bone mass and architecture in vivo”

Alexey V. Pakhnevich, Borissiak Paleontological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

“Tomography investigations of an ancient building material from the Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary (Vietnam)”

Greet Kerckhofs, KU Leuven, Belgium

Novel non-invasive contrast agents for virtual histology and 3D quantification of soft tissues

Basma Khoury, University of Michigan, USA

Qualitative analysis of rare Egyptian archeological objects

Annapaola Parrilli, Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Italy

“Micro-CT analysis of bone regeneration in a critical long bone defect treated using a magnetic delivery of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor”

Maarten Moesen, Huntsman Polyurethanes, Belgium

“Evaluating heterogeneity of polyurethane bead foams”

Carlos A. Santos M., Repsol Technology Center, Spain

“Reservoir Performance Evaluation by Cost Effective Digital Petrophysics Workflowsn”

Gerlinde Kaineder, University of Vienna, Austria

Into the bone – Investigating bony structures of living icefishes and an extinct mako shark

Haniyeh Hemmatian, KU Leuven, Belgium

3D assessment of mouse cortical bone microstructural architecture by desktop micro-CT

Karol Szlazak, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Grey value images as a basis for finite element models and their mechanical properties

Gerard van Dalen, Unilever R&D, The Netherlands

A comparative study of desktop- and synchrotron radiation-based X-ray microtomography analysing air bubbles and ice crystals in ice cream.

Ruslan Hlushchuk, University of Bern, Switzerland

MicroangioCT: from eye to kidney and bone

Danieli M. Brasil, State University of Campinas, Brazil

“Evaluation of automated cortical bone selection in ovariectomized rats treated with nicotine and / or bisphosphonates”

Alexander Kulkov, St Petersburg State University, Russia

“A high-resolution computed tomographic study of the Lower Cambrian organisms Sabellidites cambriensis”

Jean-Daniel Kün-Darbois, GEROM, France

“Bone changes and microCT in maxillo-facial diseases”

Lukasz Skarzynski, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

“Description of concrete fracture at meso-level using Finite Element Method based on X-ray micro-CT images”

Alexander Ivanov, St. Petersburg State University, Russia

"Microtomographic research of the vascularization system in the teeth of Palaeozoic sharks"

Alix Cornish, Campden BRI, UK

"Investigating foreign bodies in food using X-ray micro-CT"

Marcin Ras, Polish Academy of Science

"A novel microCT-based method for investigating tracheal system in insects"

Raf Claes, VUB and University of Antwerp, Belgium

"The effect of upper bill elevation on hearing in domestic chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus)"


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