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202123aug10:00 AM6:00 PMMBExC SymposiumX-ray based imaging on different scales for biomedical application10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Paulinerkirche GöttingenSpeaker:Sam Bayat, Liz Duke, Christian Dullin, Hans Hertz, Julia Herzen, Alessandro Olivo, Alexandra Pacureanu, Tim Salditt and more

Event Details

DATE: 23 August 2021
VENUE: Paulinerkirche Göttingen

This symposium focuses on multiscale X-ray phase-contrast tomography performed at different european synchrotrons. Different organs are visualized in high resolution by X-ray based imaging, ranging from virtual histology of tissues, intraoperative histology, functional imaging in vivo, towards applications in humans. Furthermore, future directions of X-ray based imaging strategies will be discussed by the experts.

We are exited and hopeful that this symposium can take place in-person as planned. However, due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, only a limited number of participants are allowed at the lecture hall in the Paulinerkirche.

Monday, August 23, 2021

10:00 AM Welcome by Frauke Alves, Tim Salditt and Christian Dullin

10:10 AM – 11:40 AM Session 1: Novel technological developments in X-ray based imaging
with talks by Tim Salditt, Hans Hertz and Julia Herzen

11:40 PM Coffee break

12:00 PM – 12:50 PM Session 2: Short selected talks of students
with talks by Jakob Reichmann, Jannis Schaeper, Jonas Albers, Amara Khan and Kian Shaker

12:50 PM Lunch break

1:50 PM – 3:20 PM Session 3: Nano/ small scale imaging and biomedical application
with talks by Alexandra Pacureanu, Liz Duke and Sam Bayat

3:20 PM Coffee break

3:50 PM – 4:50 PM Discussion and presentation

4:50 PM – 6:00 PM Session 4: Towards clinical application
with talks by Alessandro Olivo and Christian Dullin

For registration and further information, please contact fritz.kobe[at]med.uni-goettingen.de

Click here for the poster of the MBExC Symposium 2021 and the preliminary programme.


Frauke Alves, Tim Salditt, Christian Dullin