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CIUS Fall Conference 2022

CIUS Fall Conference 2022

The CIUS Fall Conference 2022 will take place on 9-10 November 2022, at Clarion Hotel Brattøra in Trondheim.

Deadline for signing up: 21. October 2022:


Please note the programme may be subjected to changes

Wednesday November 9 2022

08:30 Registration

09.30-09.35 Welcome and short CIUS update (Svein-Erik Måsøy)

09.35-10.15 Machine learning – where are we and where are we going?

09.35-10:15 Privacy Paradoxes, Transparency and Trustworthiness  - Considerations for Designing Al Based Decision Making Tools in High Risk Contexts (Matilda Dorotic, Associate Professor, BI Norwegian Business School)

10.15-10.45 Break and refreshments

10:45-12:00 Machine learning in oil & gas applications (Chair: Svein-Erik Måsøy)

10.45-11.30 Implementation of an assisted cement log interpretation system in Equinor (Eirik Time, Equinor and Erlend Viggen, NTNU, CIUS)

11.30-11.50 Archer presentation (Svein Brekke, Senior R&D Engineer, Archer - Bergen Technology Center)

12.00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:00 Machine learning in medicine (Chair: Lasse Løvstakken)

13:00-13:20 Machine learning projects in the Echo Lab at St. Olavs (Espen Holte, Cardiologist Head of Echocardiographic unit, Clinic for Heart Diseases, St. Olavs University Hospital / Researcher CIUS/ISB, NTNU)

13:20-13:40 Automatic measurements of ejection fraction using machine learning – learnings from a clinical pilot trial (Sindre Hellum Olaisen, PhD candidate CIUS, NTNU)

13.40-13:50 Automated analyses and real-time guiding by deep learning to reduce variability of global longitudinal strain (Sigbjørn Sæbø, Forskerlinjestudent, NTNU)

13.50-14.00 Black box networks for clinical use (David Pasdeloup, PhD candidate CIUS, NTNU)

14:00-14.30 Break and refreshments

14:30-15.30 Machine learning in maritime applications (Chair: Lasse Løvstakken)

14.30-15.00 An overview of seabed mapping applications, sonar systems, data, and methods (Alexandre C.G. Schimel, Scientist, Geological Survey of Norway (NGU))

15:00-15:30 Application of machine learning for seabed mapping at NGU (Markus Diesing, Scientist, Geological Survey of Norway (NGU))

15:30-15.45 Short break

15:45-16:15 Commercialisation of CIUS technology (Chair: Svein-Erik Måsøy)

15:45-15:55 Short intro to the CIUS Adapt project (Svein-Erik Måsøy, Centre Director, CIUS)

15:55:16:15 From customer understanding to product launch at GE (Patricia Pinto da Costa, GE Healthcare)

18.30 Welcome drinks

19.00 CIUS Dinner (Restaurant ground floor, Clarion Hotel & Congress)


Thursday November 10th 2022

09.00-10.00 Some history and ongoing PhD projects

09.00-09.20 Putting microbubbles to work in medical ultrasound (Morten Wigen, Ultrasound Director, EXACT Therapeutics AS)

09.20-09:40 Synthetic aperture sonar interferometry in rough seafloor bathymetry (Ole Jacob Lorentzen, PhD Candidate, UiO, and Senior Scientist, FFI)

09.40-10.00 What we know about the natural mechanical waves in the heart: towards 3D wave imaging (Danial Mohajery, PhD Candidate, NTNU)

10.00-10.30 Break and refreshments

10.30-13.30 Speed updates

10:30-11:30 Speed updates

  • Bounding the beampattern of acoustic arrays using interval arithmetic (Håvard Arnestad, PhD candidate, UiO)
  • Ultrasound Beamformer Benchmarking Pipeline (Gabor Gereb, PhD candidate, UiO)
  • New ultrasound markers in myocardial infarction (Marlene Halvorsrød, PhD candidate, CIUS, NTNU)
  • 3D segmentation of closed mitral valve (Maïlys Hau, PhD candidate, CIUS, NTNU)
  • Automatic monitoring of the left ventricle after cardiac surgery (Jinyang Yu, PhD candidate, NTNU)
  • Cement bond logs: Current Pulse Echo processing algorithms (Anja Diez, Researcher, SINTEF, CIUS)
  • Automated Measurements of Regional Left Ventricular Strain Based on Echocardiography and Artificial Intelligence in Patients with Ischemic Heart Disease (John Nyberg, PhD candidate, NTNU)
  • Automated Estimation of Global Cardiac Function by Artificial Intelligence from 3D Ultrasound Recordings (Anders Taskén, PhD candidate, NTNU)

11.30-12.30 Lunch

12.30-13.30 Speed updates continue

13.30-14.00 Break and refreshments

14.00-14.30 Summary

14.00-14.15 Update on DOFIs and innovation in CIUS (Svein-Erik Måsøy, Centre Director, CIUS)

14.15-14.30 DOFI 2021 prize award and meeting summary (Director of CIUS board Eva Nilssen, GE Vingmed Ultrasound AS)

14.30 End of CIUS conference programme

The conference venue

The conference venue

The conference will take place at Clarion Hotel Brattøra in Trondheim.

Map for 2022 conference