Vision Day 2017 Programme
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= Industrial image analysis,
= Technologies for life science,
= Computer graphics,
= Medical image analysis
08:30 Registration and breakfast

Welcome and introduction

Provost of DTU, Professor Rasmus Larsen


Hyperpolarized metabolic MR; a novel medical imaging modality

Jan Henrik Ardenkjær-Larsen / DTU Center for Magnetic Resonance

10:15 Refreshments, exhibition, networking

Session Chairs: Vedrana Andersen Dahl and Tim Dyrby

Session Chair: Anders Dahl

X-ray phase contrast zoom tomography as a tool to visualize human healthy and diabetic peripheral nerves

Lars B. Dahlin / Lund University & Skåne University Hospital

Preservation of natural history collections trough digitization

Nikolaj Scharff / Natural History Museum of Denmark

Targeted nanomedicines and smart drug delivery

Nazila Kamaly / DTU Nanotech

Use of photogrammetry to document a drowned Stone Age landscape at Rødbyhavn and Mesolithic bone points from Vendsyssel

Theis Zetner Trolle Jensen / Department of Archaeology, University of York

11:15 Poster and demo teasers
11:45 Exhibition, networking, coffee

Session Chair: Michael Rose

Session Chair: Wail Mustafa

The inner workings of a VR capable game engine

Gorm Lai / Global Game Jam

Virtual inspection with drones

Jesper Falk / COWI

The challenges of reconstructing an ephemeral ether body

Jørgen Wadum / Centre for Art Technological Studies and Conservation

Non-invasive food inspection using sparse methods

Gudmundur Einarsson and Janus Nørtoft Jensen / DTU Compute

12:45 Lunch, exhibition, networking

Session Chair: Andreas Bærentzen

Session Chairs: Anders Dahl and Rasmus Paulsen

High fidelity structured light scanning

Jakob Wilm / DTU Compute

Tricks and smart solutions

Jørgen Læssøe / JLI Vision

Coarse alignment of sub scans

Dolores Messer / DTU Compute

On-line process control based on low energy X-ray image analysis

Jørgen Rheinlænder / InnospeXion

GPU-based, volumetric 3D reconstruction in the TRIOS scanner

Peter Dahl / 3Shape

Imaging techniques in museums – documentation and analysis

Mikkel Scharff / The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts

15:00 Refreshments, exhibition, networking

Session Chair: Rasmus Paulsen

Session Chair: Anders Nymark Christensen

Accurate real-time laparoscopic instrument tracking in relation to the surgical surface using a structured light pattern

Henriette Kirkegaard and Michael Sass Hansen / 3D Integrated

New micro/nano CT-scanners, opportunities and challenges

Anders Nymark Christensen / DTU Compute

Surgical skill evaluation of endoscopic procedures

Andreas Slot Vilmann / CAMES

Edge detection in seismic maps

Jesper Sören Dramsch / Centre for Oil and Gas, DTU

Full endoscope tracking for surgical procedures

David Norsk and Morten Bo Svendsen / DTU Compute

Grain segmentation in SEM images

Henning Osholm Sørensen / Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen

16:30 Poster prizes and closing
19:00 Dinner