ImPhys hosted bi-annual meeting Dutch Society of Medical Ultrasound (NVMU)

11 May 2017 by ImPhys Webmaster

On May 10th, the NVMU held their spring meeting at the TU Delft. The programme started with a lecture of Dr. ir. Martin Verweij (ImPhys Acoustical Wavefield Imaging) about harmonic imaging. After lunch they continued with the scientific sessions:

  • How can we fabricate and control ultrasound matrix transducers with thousands of elements?
    Intro scientific session Martin Verweij (TU Delft)
  • Effect of subdicing on performance of an ultrasound matrix transducer for carotid imaging
    Maysam Shabanimotlagh (TU Delft)
  • Model-based image reconstruction in medical ultrasound
    Pim van der Meulen (Erasmus MC, Rotterdam)
  • A vessel-on-a-chip for in vitro ultrasound-mediated drug delivery: the OrganoPlaste
    Ines Beekers, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam)
  • High frame rate contrast enhanced echoPIV of the abdominal aorta in vivo - first results in humans
    Stefan Engelhard and Jason Voorneveld (UTwente, Enschede)
  • The influence of surrounding tissue on the mechanical characterization of abdominal aortic aneurysms
    Niels Petterson  (TU Eindhoven)
  • Muscle blood flow assessment with Power Doppler Ultrasound during whole body exercise
    Maarten Heres (TU Eindhoven)
  • Is ultrasound imaging useful for detecting diastolic heart failure?
    Clinical presentation by Bas van Dalen (Erasmus MC)

For more information please visit the website of the NVMU.

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