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FIMH 2001 Helsinki, November 15-16, 2001 Program. Thursday, November 15. 8:00 registration 8:30 openning Pr. I.Magnin, Pr. T. Katila 9:00 Invited Speaker Pr T. Arts 10:00 Session 1: Anatomical Modeling 12:30 lunch 14:00 Invited Speaker Pr M. Horacek

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Fimh 2001 helsinki november 15 16 2001 program

FIMH 2001

Helsinki, November 15-16, 2001

Program

Thursday, November 15

8:00 registration

8:30 openning Pr. I.Magnin,

Pr. T. Katila

9:00 Invited Speaker Pr T. Arts

10:00 Session 1: Anatomical Modeling

12:30 lunch

14:00 Invited Speaker Pr M. Horacek

15:00 Session 2: Motion and Deformation

17:40 Departure from the biomedicum center

18:00 Reception «baujolais nouveau » at the French Cultural

Centre


Fimh 2001 helsinki november 15 16 2001 program

FIMH 2001

Helsinki, November 15-16, 2001

Program

Friday, November 16

8:30 Invited Speaker Pr E. Mc Veigh

9:30 Session 3: Functional Imaging

12:00 lunch

13:30 Invited Speaker Pr A. Mc Culloch

14:30 Session 4: Toward Electromechanical Modeling

17:30 Conclusion

18:00 Plans for a European « beating heart project »


Fimh 2001 helsinki november 15 16 2001 program

FIMH 2001

Helsinki, November 15-16, 2001

Program

Session 1 : Anatomical Modeling

10:00 J.-L. Mari et al.

Geometrical Modeling of the Heart and its Main Vessels

10:30 H. Veistera et al.

Reconstructing 3D Boundary Element Heart Models

from 2D Biplane Fluoroscopy

11:00 Break

11:30 I. Dydenko et al

Introducing Spectral Estimation for Boundary

Detection in Echographic Radiofrequency Images

12:00 A. Mourad et al.

Geometrical Modeling of the Fibre Organization in the

Human Left Ventricle


Fimh 2001 helsinki november 15 16 2001 program

FIMH 2001

Helsinki, November 15-16, 2001

Program

Session 2 : Motion and Deformation

15:00 J. D’hooge et al.

Two-dimensional ultrasonic strain rate measurement of

the human heart in vivo

15:30 V. Moreau et al.

Deformation Field Estimation for the Cardiac Wall

using Doppler Tissue Imaging

16:00 Break

16:30 C. Allouche et al.

A New Kinetic Modeling Scheme for the Human Left

Ventricle Wall Motion with MR-Tagging Imaging

17:00 P. Clarysse et al.

Integrated Quantitative Analysis of Tagged Magnetic

Resonance Images


Fimh 2001 helsinki november 15 16 2001 program

FIMH 2001

Helsinki, November 15-16, 2001

Program

Session 3 : Functional Imaging

09:30 T. Makela et al.

A 3-D model-based approach for the PET-functional and

MR-anatomical cardiac imaging data fusion

10:00 F. Frouin et al.

3D Regularisation and Segmentation of Factor Volumes to Process

PET H215O Myocardial Perfusion Studies

10:30 break

11:00 M. Nahrendorf et al.

In vivo assessment of rat hearts with and without myocardial

infarction by Cine NMR- comparison of the NMR method to

invasive techniques and application to intervention studies

11:30 C. Muller et al. Dempster Shafer approach for high level data fusion applied to

the assessment of myocardial viability


Fimh 2001 helsinki november 15 16 2001 program

FIMH 2001

Helsinki, November 15-16, 2001

Program

Session 4 : Towards Electromechanical Modeling

14:30 N. Ayache et al.

Towards Model-Based Estimation of the Cardiac Electro-

Mechanical Activity From ECG Signals and Ultrasound Images

15:00 D. Chapelle et al.

A physiologically-based model for the active cardiac

muscle contraction

15:30 break

16:00 P. Claus et al.

Post-Systolic Thickening in Ischaemic Myocardium: a Simple

Mathematical Model for Simulating Regional Deformation

16:30 J. Nenonen et al.

Simulation of Anisotropic Propagation in the Myocardium with

a Hybrid Bidomain Model

17:00 B. Tilg et al.

Imaging of Electrical Function within the Human Atrium and

Ventricle from Paced ECG Mapping Data