Eit conference 4-6 May 2011 Programme of events

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EIT Conference 4-6 May 2011

Programme of events





Wednesday 4 May


EIDORS Master class by Professor Andy Adler and Prof Bill Lionheart (Attendance optional)

4 East 2.32



2 East Foyer (level 2)


Buffet lunch

4 West


Welcome to the Conference

Welcome by Head of Department, Professor Nicholas Mitchell and by Chairman of the Conference Dr Manuch Soleimani

2 East 3.1

13:30- 15:30

Session 1: Brain EIT and MREIT:

Chairs: Prof B Brown- Dr A Borsic

  1. David Holder, Andrea Romsauerova, , Joshua Luis, Jonathan Cornell, Brett Packham, Emma Smith, Karolina Wloch, Darius Parvin, Sujin Ahn and Sung Chan Jun, A method for recording Electrical Impedance Tomography images in human acute stroke subjects.

  2. H McCann, S T Ahsan, J L Davidson, R L Robinson, P Wright, A Bryan, B J Pollard, T Quraishi and C J D Pomfrett, Preliminary observations with fEITER data under auditory stimulation

  3. Maureen Clerc, Laurent Koessler, Jean-Michel Badier, Martine Gavaret, In vivo scalp-to-skull conductivity ratio calibration: an EIT study

  1. Maureen Clerc, Jean-Michel Badier, Emmanuel Olivi, Alexandre Gramfort, Th_eodore Papadopoulo, OpenMEEG for calibrating the conductivity of nested compartment models

  1. Feng Fu , Chaoshuang Chen, Feng Xiao, Xuetao Shi, Ruigang Liu, Fusheng You, Xiuzhen Dong, Detection of  Brain Electrical Impedance Change after Ionization Injury: Preliminary Results

  2. B. Packham, H. Koo, S. Ahn, S. C. Jun and D. S. Holder, Evaluation of the UCH Mk2.5 Multi-Frequency EIT system for imaging stroke in liquid filled anatomically realistic tanks.

  3. P. YOUNG, F. HERMANS, R.M. HEETHAAR, A. DATTA and M. BIKSON, FE modelling and meshing of patient-specific anatomical models

  4. Tugba Doru, Brett Packham, Hwan Koo and David Holder, Is the 16 channel Spiral16 or 32 channel EEG31 electrode protocol better for stroke MF imaging in the head shaped tank?

  5. Hyung Joong Kim, Young Tae Kim, Atul S. Minhas, Zijun Meng, and Eung Je Woo, Breast MREIT Phantom Experiments Using Less Than 1 mA Injection Currents

  6. Hyung Joong Kim, Young Tae Kim, Atul S. Minhas, Zijun Meng, and Eung Je Woo, Feasibility of high-resolution MREIT with less than 1 mm pixel size

2 East 3.1


Tea & coffee break

2 East 3.4


Session 2: Reconstruction algorithm 1

Chairs: Prof WRB Lionheart- Prof. Xu Guizhi

  1. Bart Truyen, Luca Dimiccoli, Jan Cornelis, A residual minimizing solver for the inverse problem of EIT

  1. Bart lomiej Grychtol, William R B Lionheart, Gerhard K Wolf, Marc Bodenstein, and Andy Adler, The importance of shape: thorax models for GREIT

  1. D. G¨ursoy, Y. Mamatjanyand H. Scharfetter, Augmenting information content through multimodal impedance imaging

  1. P. Hashemzadeh, A. Adler and R. Bayford, The Statistics of Normalized Data in Electrical Impedance Tomography.

  1. J.L. Davidson, R.A. Little, P. Wright, J. Naish, R. Kikinis, G.J.M. Parker and H. McCann, Co-registration and fusion of EIT images with MRI scan data

  2. Just, J. Dittmar, M. Quintel, G. Hahn, Constructing resistive mesh phantoms by an equivalent 2D resistance distribution of a 3D cylindrical object

  3. Maimaitijiang Yasheng and Andy Adler, Electrode positions and current patterns for 3D EIT

  1. J. Forsyth, A. Borsic, R. Halter, A. Hartov, K.D. Paulsen, Optical Shape Capture and Meshing of the Breast

  2. Lesparre N., Adler A., Gibert D., Nicollin F., Electrical Impedance Tomography in geophysics, application of EIDORS

2 East 3.1

Thursday 5 May


Session 3: Clinical EIT:

Chairs: Prof. I Frerichs- Dr Stephan Böhm

  1. P. Manwaring, R. Halter, K. Moodie, S. Kane, A. Hartov, An animal model configuration for combined EIT imaging and ICP monitoring of intracranial trauma

  1. Xuetao Shi, Fusheng You, Liang Wang, Feng Fu, Ruigang Liu, Canhua Xu, Xiuzhen Dong, Monitoring of Intraventricular Hemorrhage Changes in-vivo in a Piglet Model by Electrical impedance tomography

  2. T F Yamaguchi , L Q Wang, M Katashima, K Maki and S Kuriki, Practical human abdominal fat estimation utilising electrical impedance tomography

  3. Naimul Islam, Adrian Wilson, Preliminary results on using electrical impedance to determine tissue composition in support of non-invasive temperature measurement.

  1. J Nasehi Tehrani, A Thiagalingam, C Jin, A van Schaik, W Chik, M.A. Barry, and A McEwan, Feasibility of using internal electrodes to improve the accuracy Cardiac Electrical impedance omography

  2. Zhanqi Zhao, Rainald Fischer, Ullrich Müller-Lisse, Knut Möller, Ventilation inhomogeneity in cystic fibrosis patients as measured by means of electric impedance tomography

  1. Satoru Nebuya , Naoaki Itakura , Junko Kataoka, Brian H. Brown, Makoto Noshiro, Measurement of lung air volume during digital sport shooting using EIT

  2. G. Hahn, A. Just, J. Dittmar, M. Quintel, An integrated lung function reference laboratory for test and calibration of EIT devices

2 East 3.1


Tea & coffee break

2 East 3.4


Session 4: Hardware

Chairs: Dr Tong In Oh-Prof A Korjenevsky

  1. K Wei, M Soleimani, An FPGA Based Magnetic Induction Tomography System for prospective biomedical applications

  2. Iasonas F. Triantis, Loucas Constantinou, Panagiotis Kassanos, Andreas Demosthenous and Richard Bayford, Towards the development of a fully integrated circuit for multi-frequency impedance measurements

  3. Nan Li, W Zhang, W Wang, N Huber and H Xu, Bio-impedance Measurement Method Based on Digital Auto Balancing Bridge

  4. Ruigang Liu, Ye Li, Wenlei Liu, Feng Fu, Xuetao Shi, Fusheng You, Xiuzhen Dong, Magnetic induction tomography based on brain physical phantom

  5. Axel Cordes and Steffen Leonhardt, Development of the new Multichannel Simultaneous Magnetic Induction Measurement System (MUSIMITOS 2+)

  1. Pascal O. Gaggero, Andy Adler, Josef X. Brunner, Stephan Böhm, Peter Seitz, Active Electrode Based Electrical Impedance Tomography System

  1. Pil Joong Yoo, Hun Wi, Tong In Oh and Eung Je Woo, Parallel multi-frequency EIT system with self-calibration: KHU Mark2.5

  2. Hun Wi, Pil Joong Yoo, Tong In Oh and Eung Je Woo, Cascaded multi-channel EIT system with fast data acquisition by frequency-division and space-division multiplexing

2 East 3.1


Buffet lunch

4 West

13:30- 15:30

Session 5: Lung EIT

Chair: Prof R Patterson

  1. Brian Brown, Invited Speaker

  1. Stephan Böhm, Invited Speaker

  1. Marc Bodenstein, Invited Speaker

  1. Damien Ferrario, Andy Adler, Josesp Solà, Stephan Böhm and Marc Bodenstein, Unsupervised localization of heart and lung regions in EIT images: a validation study

  1. Sven Pulletz, Ute Achtzehn, Andreas Pechmann, Michael Quintel, Norbert Weiler, Inéz Frerichs, Effects of high-frequency oscillatory ventilation determined by EIT in patients with chronic airway obstruction

  1. Gunnar Elke, Matthew K. Fuld, Ahmed F. Halaweish, Norbert Weiler, Eric A. Hoffman and Inéz Frerichs, Regional ventilation distribution in sub-lobar acute lung injury – An experimental validation study on electrical impedance tomography

2 East 3.1


Tea & coffee break

2 East 3.4


Session 6: Reconstruction Algorithm 2

Chairs: Prof A Adler- Dr Bart Truyen

  1. Y. Mamatjan, D. Gursoy and A. Adler, Electrode positions and current patterns for 3D EIT

  1. Hongbin Wang, Guizhi Xu, Guoya Dong, Ying Li, Shuai Zhang, Weili Yan, A Newton Iterative Method with Initial Conductivity Estimation from Dynamic Algorithm

  2. E A Attardo , A Borsic, R Halter, Jacobian Optimization for 3D Electric Impedance Tomography via GPU acceleration

  1. P.D. Ledger, Electrical Impedance Tomography Inverse Solutions using High Order Finite Elements and LSQR

  1. Alistair Boyle, Andy Adler, Andrea Borsic, Scaling the EIT Problem

  1. Eun Jung Lee, Jin Keun Seo, Munkh Erdene, Tong In Oh and Eung Je Woo, Breast EIT using a new projected image reconstruction method with multifrequency measurements

  1. P. Kantartzis, A. Kunoth, R. Pabel, P. Liatsis, Multi-scale interior potential approximation for EIT

  1. P. Kantartzis, A. Kunoth, R. Pabel2, P. Liatsis, Single-scale interior potential approximation for EIT

  1. Gang HU, Min-you CHEN, Wei HE, Jin-qian ZHAI, A Novel Forward Problem Solver Based on Meshfree Method for Electrical Impedance Tomography

  2. Rebecca J Yerworth, Richard Bayford, Robustness of GREIT reconstruction algorithm with respect to reciprocity errors in the data.

2 East 3.1


Conference dinner

Assembly Rooms, City of Bath

Friday 6 May


Session 7: General EIT 1

Chairs: Prof D Holder- Prof EJ Woo

  1. H Koo, B Packham and D Holder, Optimization of calibration method to enable imaging acute stroke using the portable serial UCH Mk2.5 Multi-frequency Electrical Impedance Tomography (MFEIT) system

  2. Fusehng You, Hua Cai, Xuetao Shi, Canhua Xu, Feng Fu, Ruigang Liu, Xiuzhen Dong, Measurement the resistivity-temperature properties of liver tissue and applying EIT to monitor hyperthermia treatment based on phantom

  3. Sujin Ahn, Tong In Oh, Sung Chan Jun1k, Jin Keun Seo and Eung Je Woo, Validation of weighted frequency-di_erence EIT using a hemisphere model and phantom

  1. R. Pikkemaat, B. Venema, H. Luepschen and S. Leonhardt, High speed multi-frequency EIT device

  1. J. Cuan-Lee, R. Martinez-Alonso, R. G. Moreno-Alvarado, J. J. Gutierrez C.4, M. P. Ramirez T, On a new electronic design for data acquisition and conditioning for Electrical Impedance Tomography measurements

  1. Peyman Rahmati, Manuchehr Soleimani, and Andy Adler, Level set based reconstruction algorithm for EIT lung images

  1. Robert P, Patterson, Jie Zhang, Fei Yang, and Andy Adler, Evaluation of Reconstructed Images of Regional Lung Changes Using a Model

  1. Hyunji Kim, Tae Eui Kim, Tong In Oh and Eung Je Woo , Integration of EIT with ECG and respiration monitoring

2 East 3.1


Tea & coffee break

2 East 3.4


Session 8: Micro EIT

Chairs: Prof R Bayford-Prof A Wilson

  1. Martina F. Callaghan, Torben Lund, Ivan M. Roitt, Richard H. Bayford, Characterisation of the morphological and growth patterns of colorectal tumour cell lines via electrical impedance spectroscopy

  1. Yuqing Wan, Ryan Halter, Andrea Borsic and Alex Hartov, Preliminary clinical study on prostate cancer detection using transrectal EIT

  1. Tuykin T.S., Cherepenin V.A., Gulyaev Yu.V., Korjenevsky A.V. and Sapetsky S.A., Development of an EIT system with a tiny electrode matrix

  2. Tong In Oh, Eunjung Lee, Jin Keun Seo , Eung Je Woo and Tingting Zhang, Conductivity image reconstruction method for a new microscopic electrical impedance tomography (micro-EIT) system

  1. Qin Liu, Tong In Oh, Eun Jung Lee, Eung Je Woo and Jin Keun Seo, Microscopic electrical impedance tomography system with hexagonal sample container: experimental feasibility study

  2. A. Borsic, H. Syed, R. J. Halter, A. Hartov, Using Ultrasound Information in EIT Reconstruction of the Electrical Properties of the Prostate

  1. V Trokhanova, M B Okhapkin, L A Musaeva and A V Korjenevsky, Using of electrical impedance mammography for monitoring of the efficiency of dyshormonal breast diseases treatment

  1. Eun Jung Lee, Jin Keun Seo , Munkh Erdene, Tong In Oh and Eung Je Woo, Imaging of regional conductivity change using a planar array of voltage-sensing electrodes and two pairs of currentinjection electrodes

2 East 3.1


Buffet lunch

4 West


Session 9: General EIT 2:

Chairs: Dr A McEwan, Dr M Soleimani

  1. B Tunstall and N Huber, Standardised Phantom for Electrical Impedance Tomography: A Proposal

  2. N Béqo, B Lingham, C Lobstein-Adams, G Sze and W Wang, Dual scans with Combined Ultrasound and Electrical Impedance Mammography

  3. C Lobstein-Adams, N Béqo and W Wang, Electrical Impedance assisted Ultrasound guided Focused Ultrasound Surgery: A comprehensive out-patient procedure?

  4. N Béqo, N Huber, R Bilal, W Zhang, G Qiao, and Wei Wang, Fast method for artefact detection and breast boundary definition

  5. G Sze, W Wang, D C Barber and N Huber, Preliminary study of the sensitivity of the Sussex Mk4 Electrical Impedance Mammography planar electrode system

  6. M. P. Ramirez T., J. J. Gutierrez C. On the electrical current trajectories when the conductivity is a polynomial function

  7. M. P. Ramirez T., R. A. Hernandez-Becerril, C. M. Robles G., On a numerical interpolation technique for

obtaining piecewise separable-variables conductivity functions

  1. Guizhi Xu, Shuai Zhang, Ying Li, Jianjun Zhang, Guoya Dong, Review of the Research and Development in EIT

  2. Weida Zhang, N Huber and W Wang, Modelling the Stainless Steel Electrode for EIT System of Saline Tank

2 East 3.1

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