Fall Meeting 2018

The NVPHBV Fall Meeting 2018 will be held on Monday 10 December 2018, 12:00-17:30 in the Zwarte Doos Movie Theatre and Grand Café (Google Maps), Eindhoven University of Technology campus.

We start with the networking lunch at 12:00, don’t miss it!

Hourly Schedule

Program

12:00 - 13:45
Networking Lunch
12:45 -
member meeting
13:15 - 13:30
Welcome and overview
13:30 - 14:00
Keynote: Designing for Engagement using Mixed Reality and Applied Games
Speakers:
Dr. Stephan Lukosch
14:00 - 14:30
Keynote: Simulated, virtual and augmented reality for crime scene investigators
Speakers:
Dr. Jurrien Bijhold
14:30 - 15:00
Keynote: Augmented Reality in interventional treatment in the Cathlab
Speakers:
Dr.ir. Danny Ruijters
15:00 - 15:30
Coffee break
15:30 - 16:00
Keynote: VR and AR – the New Reality for Learning and Performing
Speakers:
Saskia Groenewegen
16:00 - 16:30
Keynote: AR for industry
Speakers:
Ir. Lex van der Sluijs
16:30 - 16:45
Augmented reality glasses for monitoring plant health
Speakers:
Dr.ing. Gerrit Polder
16:45 - 17:00
Understanding user and environment through deep learning to support remote collaboration by augmented reality
Dr.ir. Dragos Datcu, TWNKLS
17:00 -
Drinks
Dr. Stephan Lukosch
Dr. Stephan Lukosch
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Designing for Engagement using Mixed Reality and Applied Games Dr. rer. nat. Stephan Lukosch is associate professor at the Delft University of Technology, Netherlands. His current research focuses on designing engaging environments in mixed reality that address societal challenges with regard to safety, security, or health. Using mixed reality, he researches environments for virtual co-location in which individuals can virtually be at any place in the world and coordinate their activities with others and exchange their experiences
Dr. Jurrien Bijhold
Dr. Jurrien Bijhold
Leiden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Simulated, virtual and augmented reality for crime scene investigators Jurrien Bijhold has a background in physics, image processing and pattern recognition. At the Netherlands Forensic Institute, he has done many investigations for police and courts, and he has developed and coordinated many projects with universities and companies for the innovation of forensic methods and techniques. He is presently working as a researcher and lecturer at the IoT-lab of the Forensic ICT department of the Leiden University of applied sciences
Dr.ir. Danny Ruijters
Dr.ir. Danny Ruijters
Philips Healthcare, Best, The Netherlands
Augmented Reality in interventional treatment in the Cathlab Danny Ruijters is a Principal Scientist within the Image Guided Therapy Innovation department in Philips Healthcare in Best, the Netherlands. He and his team of about 25 scientists is responsible for scouting and developing new opportunities in minimally invasive therapy and defining a strategic approach to incorporating novel technologies, such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, robotics, and cloud computing into the cathlab of the future, while creating a program that serves both technical disruption, as well as clinical innovation
Saskia Groenewegen
Saskia Groenewegen
Ordina, The Netherlands
VR and AR – the New Reality for Learning and Performing Saskia Groenewegen is the VR/AR Lead at Ordina Smart Technologies. Saskia studied computer science and virtual reality when it was still CAVEs and shutter glasses. She fuelled her love for futuristic tech by volunteering at Siggraph for many years. After a career in R&D at different institutes Saskia is currently a VR/AR specialist at Ordina, where she tinkers with emerging technologies and discovers the great potential of XR with clients
Ir. Lex van der Sluijs
Ir. Lex van der Sluijs
TWNKLS, The Netherlands
AR for industry Lex van der Sluijs is CTO and co-founder of TWNKLS | augmented reality. During his studies at the faculty of industrial design engineering of TU Delft, he became fascinated by the possibilities of 3D computer aided design (CAD), interactive design, and visualization techniques. Since then, he has designed and developed many such systems. Throughout his career, he has been driven by the potential of solving real-world problems by applying new computing technologies
Dr.ing. Gerrit Polder
Dr.ing. Gerrit Polder
Wageningen University and Research - Wageningen NL
Hyperspectral Imaging in Agriculture & Food

Gerrit Polder is senior researcher Image Analysis and Machine Vision at the department Greenhouse Technology of Wageningen University and Research Center. In 1985 he obtained a B.Sc. in electronics at the HAN University of Applied Sciences in Arnhem the Netherlands. After working several years in image processing and related topics, in 2004 he got a Ph.D. from Delft University of Technology on spectral imaging for measuring biochemicals in plant material. From 2004 he works at Wageningen University on machine vision and robotics projects in agriculture.

With protected cultivation and arable farming as main application fields, his research interests include hyperspectral and multispectral imaging for disease detection, high throughput automated plant phenotyping using stereo-vision, Time Of Flight (ToF) Imaging and lightfield technology. Furthermore he worked on sensor fusion (color, fluorescence and infrared) for monitoring plant health using a robot system, and other projects mainly focused on agricultural research.

He is (co-)author of 3 book chapters and more than 70 papers in peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings.

Date

10 December 2018

Time

12:00 - 17:00

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Location

De Zwarte Doos, Eindhoven University of Technology
Den Dolech 2, 5612 AZ Eindhoven
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Speakers

  • Dr. Jurrien Bijhold
    Dr. Jurrien Bijhold
    Leiden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

    Simulated, virtual and augmented reality for crime scene investigators

    Jurrien Bijhold has a background in physics, image processing and pattern recognition. At the Netherlands Forensic Institute, he has done many investigations for police and courts, and he has developed and coordinated many projects with universities and companies for the innovation of forensic methods and techniques. He is presently working as a researcher and lecturer at the IoT-lab of the Forensic ICT department of the Leiden University of applied sciences

  • Dr. Stephan Lukosch
    Dr. Stephan Lukosch
    Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

    Designing for Engagement using Mixed Reality and Applied Games

    Dr. rer. nat. Stephan Lukosch is associate professor at the Delft University of Technology, Netherlands. His current research focuses on designing engaging environments in mixed reality that address societal challenges with regard to safety, security, or health. Using mixed reality, he researches environments for virtual co-location in which individuals can virtually be at any place in the world and coordinate their activities with others and exchange their experiences

  • Dr.ir. Danny Ruijters
    Dr.ir. Danny Ruijters
    Philips Healthcare, Best, The Netherlands

    Augmented Reality in interventional treatment in the Cathlab

    Danny Ruijters is a Principal Scientist within the Image Guided Therapy Innovation department in Philips Healthcare in Best, the Netherlands. He and his team of about 25 scientists is responsible for scouting and developing new opportunities in minimally invasive therapy and defining a strategic approach to incorporating novel technologies, such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, robotics, and cloud computing into the cathlab of the future, while creating a program that serves both technical disruption, as well as clinical innovation

  • Ir. Lex van der Sluijs
    Ir. Lex van der Sluijs
    TWNKLS, The Netherlands

    AR for industry

    Lex van der Sluijs is CTO and co-founder of TWNKLS | augmented reality. During his studies at the faculty of industrial design engineering of TU Delft, he became fascinated by the possibilities of 3D computer aided design (CAD), interactive design, and visualization techniques. Since then, he has designed and developed many such systems. Throughout his career, he has been driven by the potential of solving real-world problems by applying new computing technologies

  • Saskia Groenewegen
    Saskia Groenewegen
    Ordina, The Netherlands

    VR and AR – the New Reality for Learning and Performing

    Saskia Groenewegen is the VR/AR Lead at Ordina Smart Technologies. Saskia studied computer science and virtual reality when it was still CAVEs and shutter glasses. She fuelled her love for futuristic tech by volunteering at Siggraph for many years. After a career in R&D at different institutes Saskia is currently a VR/AR specialist at Ordina, where she tinkers with emerging technologies and discovers the great potential of XR with clients

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