SPIE Medical Imaging 2019

Researchers from the ISI will be present at the SPIE Medical Imaging conference, which provides a platform for leading researchers to present their latest work on medical imaging. This includes topics on medical image acquisition, reconstruction, image processing and analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence, computer-aided diagnosis, and image-guided treatment. The Image Sciences Institute of the UMC Utrecht is present at this conference, with the following talks and poster presentations:

Response monitoring of breast cancer on DCE-MRI using convolutional neural network generated seed points and constrained volume growing
Bas van der Velden
17 February @ 13.20 – Room: Golden West

Optimal input configuration of dynamic contrast enhanced MRI in convolutional neural networks for liver segmentation
Mariëlle Jansen
20 February @ 17:30 – Grand Exhibit Hall

Subvoxel vessel wall thickness measurements from vessel wall MR images
Kees van Hespen
20 February @ 17:30 – Grand Exhibit Hall

The impact of MRI-CT registration errors on deep learning-based synthetic CT generation
Mateusz Florkow
20 February @ 17:30 – Grand Exhibit Hall

Improving myocardium segmentation in cardiac CT angiography using spectral information
Steffen Bruns
20 February @ 17:30 – Grand Exhibit Hall

Direct prediction of cardiovascular mortality from low-dose chest CT using deep learning
Sanne van Velzen
20 February @ 14.00 – Room: San Diego

Towards increased trustworthiness of deep learning segmentation methods on cardiac MRI
Jörg Sander
21 February @ 09:00 – Room: San Diego

CT synthesis from MR images for orthopedic applications in the lower arm using a conditional generative adversarial network
Frank Zijlstra
21 February @ 14:00 – Room: San Diego

Be sure to visit us at the SPIE Medical Imaging conference, Town & Country Resort and Convention Center, San Diego, California, United States.