Medical Vision Day

Medical Vision Day at DTU

Wednesday, June 11th, 2003

Organizations, companies, universities and other institutions with an interest in medical image analysis are invited to join an informations and demonstration day, Wednesday, June 11th, 2003 at DTU in building 308. The medical vision day is organized by Informatics and Mathematical Modelling, DTU.


Register here no later than June 3rd. The registration fee is DKK 1.600,- and includes participation in the lectures, exhibition, proceedings, refreshments, and lunch. The participants are invited to exhibit.

For members of the Danish Automation Society (DAu), Danish Robotics Society (DIRA), the Danish Biomedical Society (DMTS), the Danish OPtical Society (DOPS) and the Danish Pattern Recognition Society (DSAGM) a reduced fee of DKK 1.400,- is applicable.


8.00- 9.00 Registration, exhibition, demonstrations, coffee and rolls.
9.00- 9.10 Welcome and introduction. Professor Knut Conradsen, IMM, DTU
9.10- 9.20 Medical image analysis. Associate professor Rasmus Larsen, IMM, DTU
9.20- 9.50 An overview of microarray image analysis. Ph.D. Henrik Bjørn Nielsen, Biocentrum, DTU
9.50- 10.10 Minimum description length shape and appearance models. Hans Henrik Thodberg, IMM, DTU
10.10 -10.30 A multiscale generative model for animate shapes and parts. Aleksandr Dubienskiy, Ohio State University
10.30- 10.50 Coffee, exhibition, demonstrations.
10.50- 11.00 Wedgelet image representation for appearance modelling. Sune Darkner, IMM, DTU
11.00- 11.25 Quantification of biofilm structure from confocal imaging. Senior researcher Thomas Martini Jørgensen, Risø National Laboratory
11.25- 11.50 Refractive spheres detection with application to embryo morphology. Assistant professor Niels Holm Olsen, DIKU
11.50- 13.30 Lunch, exhibitions, demonstrations
13.30- 14.00 MR Imaging: techniques and trends(slides). Chief Physicist, Ph.D. Lars Hanson, Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance
14.00- 14.30

Motion-compensation of Cardiac Perfusion MRI using a Statistical Texture Ensemble. M.Sc.(eng), Ph.D. Student Mikkel B. Stegmann, IMM, DTU

14.30- 15.00 High quality interactive volume graphics on the PDA, Niels Husted Kjær, Medical Insight
15.00- 15.20 Coffee, exhibition, demonstrations.
15.20- 15.50

A system for automated screening for cervical cancer. Peter Locht, Visible Diagnostics

15.50- 16.00 Discussion and closing remarks. Associate professor Rasmus Larsen, IMM, DTU
16.00- 17.00 Exhibition, demonstrations, refreshments.

Demonstrations, Exhibitors and Posters will  be continuously updated until the Vision Days



Retinalyze - The RetinaLyze® System is a new and clinically proven image processing software for detecting potential retinal lesions from fundus images or colour slides. The software assists you in analyzing and annotating potential lesions in the retina. It integrates patient data, images and grading protocols to give you a comprehensive overview of of the patients condition

Unit-One - Vision systems for research and industry

Systematic - In close co-operation with Aarhus University Hospital, Systematic carries out research in the use of Virtual Reality for the planning of cardiac surgery. On the basis of MR scanning of a patient with a serious organic heart disease, a model of the deficient heart is built. This model is presented for the cardiac surgeon as a 3D image of the heart by means of advanced Virtual Reality equipment.

Videometer - Videometer specializes in automated visual measurements and visual control and is focusing on development of high performance vision systems for a broad range of industries.

BFI Optilas - Hardware for imaging systems

Image House - computer vision and image analysis solutions to industry and end-users

Louis Poulsen - Louis Poulsen El-teknik A/S supplies a comprehensive range of lighting products and supplies for electrical installations, industry and automation, telecom and data installations, alarm, security and surveillance systems as well as intelligent building installations

DFA A/S - Imaging hardware

Omron - industrial automation, electronic components industries and healthcare

National Instruments - software, hardware, and technologies to transform personal computers into powerful computer-based and networked measurement and automation systems

Truemax - 3D computer grafik og animation

Matcon A/S - management, handling and food processing.

ABB Automation Technologies - robust product and service portfolio with end-user expertise and global presence to deliver solutions for control, motion, protection, and plant integration across the full range of process and utility industries.

Medical Insight - Distribution and visualisation of medical imageray and data.

Student Posters

A best poster prize will be offered by Radiometer Medical


Further information

Rasmus Larsen, IMM, Bldg. 321, DTU
Phone: (+45) 4525 3415. Fax: (+45) 4588 1397, E-mail:

Eina Boeck, IMM, Bldg. 321, DTU
Phone: (+45) 4525 3424. Fax: (+45) 4588 1397, E-mail: