PhD defense

PhD Defense Kristina Stankovic

A human foot has a complex geometry which results in a variation in shape. For the creating and validating shoe and orthotic designs, a quantitative description of the foot shape is of particular use. These designs are usually based on simplified representations of the human foot. However, the inconsistency and incompleteness in these measurements led to the need for the analysis of higher dimensional (2D and 3D) foot shape representations. Although the analysis of 2D footprints provides a quantitative description of foot shape, it lacks information along the vertical dimension.

PhD defense: Wim van Aarle

You are cordially invited to the public defense of the PhD dissertation entitled:
Tomographic segmentation and discrete tomography for quantitative analysis of transmission tomography data

by

Wim VAN AARLE

Supervisors: Jan Sijbers & Joost Batenburg

The defense will be held on Friday February 10 2012 at 4 p.m.

Universiteit Antwerpen, Campus Drie Eiken
Promotiezaal Q0.03
Universiteitsplein 1
2610 Antwerpen-Wilrijk

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