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Correlative Imaging Forum

Correlative imaging forum
μCT+H&E of a lung sample; Image courtesy of O.Katsamenis & M. Lawson

Correlative Imaging Forum is an open discussion platform that brings together research staff from the Biomedical Imaging Unit (BIU) and the μ-VIS X-Ray Imaging Centre working on correlative imaging.

The meetings are organised by Dr. Orestis Katsamenis (coordinator), Dr Philipp Schneider and Dr. Peter Lackie and take place biweekly. Meeting sites alternate between BIU (University Hospital Southampton) and μ-VIS (Highfield Campus) to allow researchers for other groups based on either campuses to participate.

Discussions are focused on technical issues and application areas related to correlative imaging, including latest developments in imaging and image processing as well as potential funding opportunities and conference calls. The forum provides an opportunity for students and academics to discuss, troubleshoot and receive feedback on their ongoing projects, and to enlarge their professional network at the University.


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20 August 2020 μ-VIS    
03 September 2020 BIU    
17 September 2020 μ-VIS    
       
       
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      Trish update image processing
      OLK - PB on XRH workflow
       
      NSOB XNAT
       
    David S Chatelet  
    Shelley Rawson PHS checking
    Jenny Pearson-Farr  
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
14 June 2018 BIU Orestis Katsamenis Kick-off session
28 June 2018 μ-VIS Harry Rossides Cyclorama algorithm
12 July 2018 BIU Matt Lawson Elastic registration of histological images to μCT volume data
Summer break      
06 September 2018 BIU Beth Broadbent Fast intraoperative μCT imaging of biopsy samples - MSc project
04 October 2018 BIU Patrica Goggin Stained bone imaging and Image processing for segmantation and analysis
18 October 2018 μ-VIS Thomas Clark Correlative neutron & CT imaging of plant roots
01 November 2018 BIU Orestis Katsamenis Helical scanning - preliminary data & Open floor
15 November 2018 μ-VIS Matt Lawson, David Chatelet Using IRIDIs supercomputer - Experience so far…
29 November 2018 BIU Suzanne Brooks Correlative imaging work flows involving lightsheet microscopy
13 December 2018 μ-VIS Harry Rossides The role of X-ray refraction in image formation: An overview of absorption and phase contrast CT imaging techniques
Christmas break      
10 January 2019 μ-VIS Orestis Katsamenis Feedback, planning & open floor
24 January 2019 BIU Steph Robinson Automatic segmentation of DAB stained lymphatics - discussion on tissue preparation that keeps the native lung structure
07 February 2019 μ-VIS Hannah Paul Analysis of 3D tructure of D11B-positive Dendritic cells (DCs)
21 February 2019 BIU David Chatelet 3D data visualisation and analysis Draginfly v4.0 - Software assesment
07 March 2019 μ-VIS Elaine Ho Introduction of PhD project - 3D X-ray Histology for Soft Tissue Imaging
21 March 2019 BIU Jenny Pearson-Farr Analysis of ciliated cells of the human endometrium
04 April 2019 μ-VIS Matt Lawson Progress update on methodology for automatic registration of Histology on μCT
Easter break      
02 May 2019 μ-VIS Patrica Goggin Stained bone imaging and Image processing for segmantation and analysis - proress update
16 May 2019 μ-VIS Elena Konstantinopoulou Host-Pathogen interaction in tuberculosis by bioelectrospray 3D cell culture modelling and label-free Imaging
30 May 2019 μ-VIS Orestis Katsamenis Internal software development: scripting and workflows repo
13 June 2019 BIU Marco Curto Multi-material 3D Printing of Bioinspired Mechanical Architectures
27 June 2019 μ-VIS Artur Kirjakulov Augmented reality for interactive poster presentations: examples on EM and CARS imaging
11 July 2019 BIU Phil Basford GitHub and version control
Summer break      
19 September 2019 μ-VIS Elaine Ho summary of Dragonfly Workshop that took place on the 1st day of ToScA conference at So'ton
03 October 2019 BIU Orestis Katsamenis Everyone - round table discussion about users' experience using Dragonfly on IRIDIS visualisation cluster
17 October 2019 μ-VIS Elena Konstantinopoulou syGlass software trial - VR visualisation of CT data
31 October 2019 BIU Vito Mennella A short introduction on Vito's research portfolio
14 November 2019 μ-VIS Jenny Pearson-Farr Progress of endometrial cilia 3D analysis
28 November 2019 BIU canceled (UCU ind. action) -
12 December 2019 μ-VIS speaker canceled -
Christmas break BIU    
09 January 2020 μ-VIS Harry Rossides 3D morphometric quantification of binary images: A trip from ImageJ, BoneJ and MorphoLibJ to Python, Pandas and Jupyter.
23 January 2020 BIU Bethany Harding Enhancing the benefits and effectiveness of Novamin for dentin hypersensitivity and remineralisation of dental tissues
06 February 2020 μ-VIS David S Chatelet GPU-acceleration in Fiji/ImageJ
20 February 2020 BIU canceled (UCU ind. action) -
05 March 2020 μ-VIS canceled (UCU ind. action) -
19 March 2020 BIU canceled (COVID-19 lockdown) -
02 April 2020 μ-VIS canceled (COVID-19 lockdown) -
16 April 2020 BIU canceled (COVID-19 lockdown) -
30 April 2020 online Orestis Katsamenis Forum restart online; [a] testing the infrastructure & [b] next speakers line up
14 May 2020 online Orestis Katsamenis & David Chatelet Working with microscopy and volume data from home - remote access to UoS equipment
28 May 2020 online Elaine Ho Interactive visualisation of correlative microCT + histology images
11 June 2020 BIU tbc tbc
25 June 2020 μ-VIS tbc tbc
09 July 2020 BIU tbc tbc
23 July 2020 μ-VIS Dario Carugo tbc
06 August 2020 BIU Phil Basford Introducing the new Dectris detector
       
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