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2015 Annual NCCBI meeting

The Registration for the 2015 annual NCCBI meeting is now open. The meeting will take place on the 28th of Aug at ETHZ.

Please register for the meeting by filling in the registration form for collaborators (Registration form 2015 NCCBI Annual Meeting - collaborators) or external participants (Registration form 2015 NCCBI Annual Meeting - external participants) and sending it back to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , the latest by Wednesday 19th of Aug.

The program for the day is as follows:

NCCBI annual meeting 2015 - National competence center for biomedical imaging

28 Aug 2014

ETHZ, Zurich, HG D 3.2 (HG Buliding)

10h00

Registration, Welcome coffee

10h25

Welcome

Prof. Rudin, ETHZ, NCCBI deputy Spokesperson

10h30

Key note lecture: Twelve years of PMOD technologies: the charms of niche

Dr. Cyrill Burger, CEO of Pmod Technologies (www.pmod.ch)

11h00

Invited presentations

ImmunoPET/MR imaging allows specific detection of Aspergillus fumigatus lung infection

Philipp R. Spycher, ETHZ

in vivo

Prospective Motion Correction for MRI using Field Probes and Gradient Tones

Maximilian Haeberlin, ETHZ

11h25

coffee break

11h45

Short abstract presentations

01- Neural correlates of sensory-motor illusions induced by visuo-proprioceptive and visuo-motor signals

Michel Akselrod, ETHZ

02 - Sensitivity optimization for grating-interferometry-based

Arboleda Clavijo Carolina, PSI & ETHZ

clinical X-ray phase contrast mammography

03 - In vivo structure of axonemal dyneins from cryo-electron tomography and 3D image analysis

Jagan Mohan Obbineni, PSI

04 - Whole body hybrid fluorescence tomography - MRI system for simultaneous structural/physiological and molecular imaging in the mouse

Andreas Elmer, University of Zurich and ETHZ

05 - Local constraint based optimization for segmenting neuronal structures in 2D

Thanuja Ambegoda, ETHZ

06 - Impact of aortic valve replacement on turbulent flow characteristics

Christian Binter, ETHZ

07 - A circuit architecture for high throughput biological imaging applications

Scott Lindner, ETHZ

08 - Functional mapping of mouse cortex

Auffret Matthieu, EPFL

09 - Energy metabolism in the rat cortex under deep thiopental anesthesia measured in vivo by 13C magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) at 14.1 T*

Sarah Sonnay, EPFL

10 - In-vivo study of lung physiology with dynamic synchrotron-based tomographic microscopy*

Goran lovric, PSI & ETHZ

11 - Analytical methods and correlative microscopy for single molecule localization microscopy*

Arun Shivanandan, EPFL

* Poster Only

12h15

Poster exposition and standing lunch

14h10

Key note lecture: From high-throughput on mice to big data on people

Dr. Kevin Mader, Founder of 4Quant (http://4quant.com) and Lecturer at ETH Zurich, NCCBI graduate

14h40

NCCBI Young Researcher Award announcement

14h45

The essentials of communication (workshop on soft skills, part I)

Ramin Kaweh, Managing director, NEXUS consulting

15h45

coffee break

16h00

Constructive feedback skills (workshop on soft skills, part II)

Ramin Kaweh, Managing director, NEXUS consulting

17h00

Lab visit

MR Center, Institute for Biomedical Engineering, University and ETH Zurich

Prof. Sebastian Kozerke, University and ETH Zurich

17h45

End

19h00-21h00

Get together -Dinner with NCCBI researchers (At Brasserie Lipp, Zurich)

 

Looking forward to meeting you,

2015 Organizing committee

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Past meetings

2014 Annual NCCBI meeting - 4th meeting of national competence center for biomedical imaging.

The 4th annual NCCBI meeting took place on the 20th of Aug in Lausanne at EPFL.

Highlights:

  • + 50 participants, 18 presentations, 2 lab/facility visits
  • New features this year:
    • NCCBI Young Researcher Award
    • Soft Skill Workshop on negotiation (please see below to download)

NCCBI Young Researcher Award

We are pleased to announce the winners of  2014 NCCBI Young Researcher’s Award:

  • Carolina Arboleda Clavijo, PSI
  • Diego Gabriel Dupouy, EPFL
  • Sarah Sonnay,EPFL

The winners were selected during the 4th annual meeting of NCCBI (20.08.2014, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland), by a jury composed of:

  • Prof. Suliana Manely, EPFL
  • Prof. Johannes Schittny, UNIBE
  • Prof. Markus Rudin, ETHZ
  • Dr. Rana Saitta, NCCBI Program Manager

 

Available material to download

 


Third NCCBI annual meeting: 8 February 2013, PSI

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Second NCCBI annual meeting: 29 August 2011, ETHZ

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First NCCBI annual meeting: 29-30 November 2010, EPFL

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NCCBI annual meeting 2015 - National competence center for biomedical imaging
28 Aug 2014 ETHZ, Zurich, HG D 3.2 (HG Buliding)
10h00 Registration, Welcome coffee
10h25 Welcome Prof. Rudin, ETHZ, NCCBI deputy Spokesperson
10h30 Key note lecture: Twelve years of PMOD technologies: the charms of niche Dr. Cyrill Burger, CEO of Pmod Technologies (www.pmod.ch)
11h00 Invited presentations
ImmunoPET/MR imaging allows specific detection of Aspergillus fumigatus lung infection Philipp R. Spycher, ETHZ
in vivo
Prospective Motion Correction for MRI using Field Probes and Gradient Tones Maximilian Haeberlin, ETHZ
11h25 coffee break
11h45 Short abstract presentations
01- Neural correlates of sensory-motor illusions induced by visuo-proprioceptive and visuo-motor signals Michel Akselrod, ETHZ
02 - Sensitivity optimization for grating-interferometry-based Arboleda Clavijo Carolina, PSI & ETHZ
clinical X-ray phase contrast mammography
03 - In vivo structure of axonemal dyneins from cryo-electron tomography and 3D image analysis Jagan Mohan Obbineni, PSI
04 - Whole body hybrid fluorescence tomography - MRI system for simultaneous structural/physiological and molecular imaging in the mouse Andreas Elmer, University of Zurich and ETHZ
05 - Local constraint based optimization for segmenting neuronal structures in 2D Thanuja Ambegoda, ETHZ
06 - Impact of aortic valve replacement on turbulent flow characteristics Christian Binter, ETHZ
07 - A circuit architecture for high throughput biological imaging applications Scott Lindner, ETHZ
08 - Functional mapping of mouse cortex Auffret Matthieu, EPFL
09 - Energy metabolism in the rat cortex under deep thiopental anesthesia measured in vivo by 13C magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) at 14.1 T* Sarah Sonnay, EPFL
10 - In-vivo study of lung physiology with dynamic synchrotron-based tomographic microscopy* Goran lovric, PSI & ETHZ
11 - Analytical methods and correlative microscopy for single molecule localization microscopy* Arun Shivanandan, EPFL
* Poster Only
12h15 Poster exposition and standing lunch
14h10 Key note lecture: From high-throughput on mice to big data on people Dr. Kevin Mader, Founder of 4Quant (http://4quant.com) and Lecturer at ETH Zurich, NCCBI graduate
14h40 NCCBI Young Researcher Award announcement
14h45 The essentials of communication (workshop on soft skills, part I) Ramin Kaweh, Managing director, NEXUS consulting
15h45 coffee break
16h00 Constructive feedback skills (workshop on soft skills, part II) Ramin Kaweh, Managing director, NEXUS consulting
17h00 Lab visit
MR Center, Institute for Biomedical Engineering, University and ETH Zurich Prof. Sebastian Kozerke, University and ETH Zurich
17h45 End
19h00-21h00 Get together -Dinner with NCCBI researchers (At Brasserie Lipp, Zurich)