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Files/presentations of the one day workshop at Barco, headquarters, Kortrijk, Belgium, 25th of April 2016

Industrial workshop on digital pathology: “Image quality in digital pathology from slide acquisition to visualization”

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  • 8H45: Welcome and introduction
  • 9H00: Introduction session: the opinion of pathologists
    • Pr Illyas – University of Nottingham – Queen Medical Centre - UK
  • 9h30: Session: on Image Quality
    • 30’: Basics of display image quality  - Johanna Rousson – Barco – Belgium
    • 30’: Image Quality in Digital Pathology - Ana Jiménez– VISILAB - UCLM – Spain
  • 10h30: Coffee break & demos
  • 11H00: Session: QA through the chain – part 1
    • 30’: Scanner
      • How Whole Slide Images (WSI) are the first steps for a good Quality Workflow? – Quynh-Nhu Trinh-Xuan Kramer - Hamamatsu – France
    • 60’: Display
      • 30’: Color calibration and ICC profiles - Gert Van Hoey - Barco – Belgium
      • 30’: What you see is what you get (WYSIWYG): Is that enough?- Mark Clymer – Datacolor – via webex
  • 12h30: Lunch
  • 14H00: Session: QA through the chain – part 2
    • 60’: QA Image analysis:
      • 30’: Image Quality from an Image Cytometry Point-of-View – Radu Rogojanu – TissueGnostics – Austria
      • 30’: Image Quality from an open source platform – Raphaël Marée – Cytomine – Belgium
    • 30’: Solving current issues
      • Implementation of DICOM 145 supplement on whole slides images - David de Mena García  - Hospital de Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz - Spain
  • 15H30: Coffee break & demos
  • 16H00: Session: on clinical and perceptual evaluation studies
    • 60’: Display
      • 30’: Influence of study design in psycho-visual image quality evaluation: Why a specific clinical task? - Ljiljana Platiša – Gent University - IPI/Telin department – Belgium
      • 30’: Influence of display parameters on digital pathology systems - Cédric Marchessoux – Barco – Belgium
  • 17H00: end

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  1. Barbra G.

    Thanks dear for posting theresumecenter on time. It helped me a lot while making my own presentation which is based on quite similar topic. I had taken lot of help from here. Much appreciated work. Keep it up.

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