Aylin Şendemir Ege University, Bioengineering Department
"Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Applications"
2000 - 2006
University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign, Malzeme Bilimi Ve Mühendisliği, United States Of America
1994 - 1997
Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, Biyomedikal Mühendisliği Enstitüsü, Biyomedikal Mühendisliği (Yl) (Tezli), Turkey
1990 - 1994
Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, Mühendislik Fakültesi, Makine Mühendisliği Bölümü, Turkey Dissertations
Design and application of chitosan/biphasic calcium phosphate porous scaffolds for bone tissue engineering
University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign, Malzeme Bilimi Ve Mühendisliği
Production of hydroxylapatite reinforced polymer composites for biomedical applications
Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, Biyomedikal Mühendisliği Enstitüsü, Biyomedikal Mühendisliği (Yl) (Tezli)
Bülent Yılmaz Abdullah Gul University, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department
"Using machine learning and deep learning approaches
in automatic detection of colon diseases"
Bülent Yılmaz was born in 1974 in Giresun, Turkey. He was accepted to Eskişehir Fatih Science High School in 1989. Later in 1992, he was accepted to Middle East Technical University, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department. In 1997 he graduated from this department by specializing in telecommunication and biomedical tracks. In the last year of his undergraduate education he worked as an “intern engineer” focusing on the mobile phone production department in ASELSAN Inc. located in Ankara, Turkey. After graduation he pursued his career in academia as a research assistant in the same department and worked on the subject “Optical Loop Memories.” He defended his master’s thesis at the end of 1999 and started his graduate education towards PhD in the Bioengineering Department of the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. His thesis work dealt with localization of focal cardiac arrhythmias using intravenous catheters combined with statistical signal processing techniques. The Whitaker Foundation sponsored his graduate study.
Immediately after his graduation he got a position as an assistant professor of biomedical engineering in Baskent University, Ankara. He contributed to the education of the first biomedical engineers of Turkey in this institute where he also initiated an MSc program. In 2009, he joined a group of academicians in the establishment of a new university in Gaziantep. In this university he served as the department chair and the head of vocational school. He was also a member of the university senate. Later in 2011, he was invited to become a part of the founding faculty member team to Abdullah Gül University, Kayseri. He is working as the chair of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department.
His major research interests are biomedical signal and image processing, brain-computer interface, sleep signal analysis, computational cardiology. He taught many undergraduate and graduate courses in the abovementioned institutions. He participated in several projects as the principle investigator and investigator. He served as the panelist and referee for many academic or industry projects.
Françoise Peyrin Univ Lyon, INSA Lyon, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, CREATIS, CNRS 5220
INSERM U1206, F69621 Lyon France & ESRF, BP 220,
38043 Grenoble Cedex, France. "Multiscale and Multi Contrast X-Ray CT"
Françoise Peyrin is Director of Research (INSERM) at Lyon, France. She is leading the team «Tomographic imaging and Radiotherapy » in the CREATIS Laboratory (INSERM U1206, CNRS 5220, INSA-Lyon, Université Lyon I, Université de Lyon) specialized in medical imaging. Her research interest is in 3D biomedical imaging particularly in X-ray tomography, image reconstruction, inverse problems in biomedical imaging and wavelet-based methods. She has particularly been developing imaging methods for the characterization of bone tissue up to the nano scale.
She is the author of more than, 200 peer-reviewed papers, 20 books chapters, 400 conferences (> 180 as 4-pages IEEE style proceedings) and 100 invited talks.
She is currently leading the LabEx PRIMES (Physique Radiobiology Medical Imaging and Simulation) from the UdL (Université de Lyon) and has been the director of the GdR Stic Santé (2011-2014). Since 2002, she has been involved in the IEEE BISP (Bio Imaging and Signal processing) and since and BIIP (Bio Imaging and Image processing) committees and is now chair of the EURASIP (European Association for Signal Processing) SAT BISA (Biomedical Image & Signal Analytics). She is a member of the CA of the SFGBM and an EAMBES Fellow.
Françoise Peyrin Univ Lyon, INSA Lyon, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, CREATIS, CNRS 5220, INSERM U1206, F69621 Lyon France & ESRF, BP 220, 38043 Grenoble Cedex, France.
The introduction of X -ray CT has been a breakthrough in medicine since it was the first clinical tomographic imaging technique. Today, X-ray CT has evolved from a 2D to 3D technique with many improvements in spatial, temporal and contrast resolution and remains the most widely spread medical imaging modality. In addition, its extension at higher spatial resolution, known as micro and nano CT has also become essential in microscopic imaging studies, taking a major room for the 3D nondestructive characterization of small animals and living tissues.
We will briefly review the principle and evolution of X-Ray CT relying on the combination of X-ray instrumentation and dedicated image reconstruction algorithms. Then we will present achievements in micro-CT, and in particular in synchrotron micro-CT, that permit to implement high spatial resolution absorption or phase contrast imaging. Finally, we will introduce X-ray spectral CT, an emerging modality which thanks to the development of photon counting detectors and new reconstruction algorithms opens additional possibilities for the quantification of the constituent of human tissues and contrast agents. The talk will be illustrated by applications to bone tissue imaging from the clinical scale up to the nanometer scale.
Assoc.Prof. Emine Ulku Saritas Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Bilkent University "Magnetic Particle Imaging"
Emine Ulku Saritas is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, and the National Magnetic Resonance Research Center (UMRAM) at Bilkent University.
Dr. Saritas' research focuses on developing novel biomedical imaging techniques, with an emphasis on biological and diagnostic applications. She works on novel contrast methods and high-resolution imaging techniques. Specifically, she conducts research on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic particle imaging (MPI) systems.