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Workshop and talks on the need for 3D image analysis and how deep learning can accelerate the translation of volumetric imaging data to quantitative information

Join us for a day where we celebrate the advances that we have made in 3D image analysis in the QIM Center’s first five years. You will meet the decision-makers who made QIM possible, hear fascinating presentations of the newest in 3D imaging classification, see the first images coming out of the DanMAX beamline at MAX IV, and be part of discussing the needs in 3D image analysis. The mission of QIM is to help transcend the current limitations of synchrotron usage through data science tools and pipelines for advancing cutting-edge research results in many fields including life science.

Deadline for registration: Monday 6th of March at noon (12:00)

The event is supported by the Capital Region of Denmark and the Danish Data Science Academy



Location: Panum: Faculty Club, meeting room 16.6.16

09:00-09:15 – Welcome and networking
09:15-10:30 – From Lab to Synchrotron – new classification challenges:

  • 3D Imaging Center at DTU & 4D Imaging Lab in Lund
  • Tomography at MAX IV. Get updated on the DanMAX, ForMAX, NanoMAX, and MedMAX (and GTiMAX) beamline and what it can offer us in the years to come

10:30-10:45 – Break
10:45-12:00 – Talk and workshop

  • Human Organ Atlas project – whole organs imaged in synchrotrons. Presentation from ESRF by Joseph Brunet, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University College London, based at European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF).
  • Tools for 3D image analysis workshop (U-net segmentation, Relation measures, InSegt, Structure tensor)

12:00 – 13:00 – LUNCH

13:15 – 15:30

Location: Holst Auditorium

The QIM Center was created five years ago. Join us in celebrating the results, meet the decision makers who made QIM possible and hear about the plans for the future:

Welcome: Anders Dahl, head of QIM and Professor, Henning Friis Poulsen


  • Chairman of the Regional Council, Lars Gaardhøj, Capital Region of Denmark
  • Head of Department, ​Professor of Medical Technology, Liselotte Højgaard
  • Provost, Rasmus Larsen, Technical University of Denmark
  • Dean, Katrine Krogh Andersen, University of Copenhagen
  • Pro Vice-Chancellor, Viktor Öwall, Lunds University
  • Life Science Director, Marjolein Thunnissen, MAX IV
  • Science Director, Giovanna Fragneto, ESS
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