
Contributions
There will be invited lectures (45 minutes including discussion), contributed
talks (20 minutes including discussion) and poster sessions
(dimensions of poster boards are 150 cm high x 100 cm wide).
Invited speakers are
D. Stoyan (Freiberg),
E. B. Vedel Jensen (Aarhus),
J. M. Chaix (Grenoble),
I. Molchanov (Bern),
W. Weil (Karlsruhe),
J. Nyengaard (Aarhus),
J. Cwajna (Katowice),
V. Capasso (Milan),
T. Mattfeldt (Ulm),
V. Howard (Ulster),
R. Senoussi (Avignon),
R. Waagepetersen (Aalborg),
H. Schmidt (Ulm),
M. Kozubek (Brno),
L. Wojnar (Krakow).
All contributions will be in English. Overhead and data projection will be
available.
Below you can find graphical schedule,
detailed schedule and list of posters of the Conference.
Schedule
Detailed schedule
Monday, June 26
Chairman: Viktor Beneš 
9:30 9:40  Opening 
9:4010:25  D. Stoyan (TU Bergakademie
Freiberg): Nonparametric statistical methods for finite point processes

10:2510:45  R. Turner (University of New Brunswick):
Inference for the parameters of ellipses 
10:4511:05  T. Mrkvička (University of South Bohemia,
České Budějovice): Can the use of a local parametric model improve the
estimation of the mean in the nonstationary mark distribution of a marked
Poisson point process? 
 
11:0511:35  Coffee Break  
 
Chairman: Dietrich Stoyan 
11:3512:20  W. Weil (University of Karlsruhe):
Contact distributions of Boolean models 
12:2012:40  L. M. Hoffmann (University of Karlsruhe):
Associated zonoids of nonstationary particle processes 
12:4013:00  W. Nagel (University of Jena):
A digitization of the Crofton formula for observations on lattices

13:0013:20  R. Černý (Charles University in Prague):
How big is the Wiener sausage? 
 
13:3015:00  Lunch  
 
Chairman: Wolfgang Weil 
15:0015:45  R. Senoussi (INRA Avignon): Assessing spatial
clustering via Hellinger distance statistics 
15:4516:05  A. Micheletti (University of Milan):
The theory of size functions applied to problems of statistical shape
analysis 
16:0516:25  K. Lochmann (TU Bergakademie Freiberg):
Statistical characterization of dense hard sphere packings 
16:2516:45  F. RobertInacio (ISEN Toulon):
Circularity parameter extended to discrete distances 
 
16:4517:15  Coffee Break  
 
Chairman: Ivan Saxl 
17:1518:00  V. Capasso (University of Milan): On mean
geometric densities arising in inhomogeneous birthandgrowth processes

18:0018:20  S. Wolf (TU Bergakademie Freiberg):
A statistical investigation of the size effect of some models of fracture
theory 
18:2018:40  M. Moreaud (Ecole des Mines de Paris):
Percolation of multiscale fiber aggregates 
18:4019:00  C. Lautensack (Fraunhofer ITWM,
Kaiserslautern): Modeling the microstructure of sintered copper

 
19:3021:30  Welcome Party  
Tuesday, June 27
Chairman: Lucie Kubínová 
9:00 9:45  J. R. Nyengaard
(University of Aarhus): Quantitative one and twophoton microscopy

9:4510:05  B. M. Witgen (University of
Aarhus): Green fluorescent protein versus immunohistochemistry for
stereologic number estimation 
10:0510:25  I. Eržen (University of Ljubljana):
Diversity in muscle fibre type capillary supply 
10:2510:45  D. Legland (INRA Nantes):
Local estimation of 3D cellular morphology within tomato pericarp

 
10:4511:15  Coffee Break  
 
Chairman: JeanMarc Chaix 
11:1512:00  L. Wojnar (Cracow University of Technology):
3D image analysis 
12:0012:45  M. Kozubek (Masaryk University, Brno):
Automated analysis of
multidimensional biomedical image data acquired using optical microscopy 
12:4513:05  J. E. Gardi (University of Aarhus):
Using smoothing protocol and biased image analysis
for improving unbiased stereological number estimation 
13:0513:25  M. Čapek (Institute of Physiology AS CR, Prague):
3D visualization of large biological
tissue specimens captured by a confocal microscope 
 
13:3015:00  Lunch  
 
Chairman: Dominique Jeulin 
15:0015:45  J.M. Chaix (INP Grenoble):
Image analysis and materials science: on the user's practice 
15:4516:30  J. Cwajna (Silesian University of Technology,
Katowice): Stereology of polycrystalline materials microstructure
(3D models and real materials) 
 
16:3018:00  Poster
Session + Coffee
  
19:0020:00  Concert  
Wednesday, June 28
Chairman: Rachid Senoussi 
9:00 9:45  H. Schmidt
(University of Ulm): Modelling and simulation of telecommunication
networks: analysis of mean shortest path lengths 
9:4510:05  E. Villa (University of Milan):
Some remarks on the continuity of random closed sets 
10:0510:25  S. Reisnerová (Institute of Information Theory and Automation AS CR, Prague): Analysis of unemployment as
discretized spatialtemporal process 
10:2510:45  J. Picka (University of New Brunswick):
Statistics for disordered networks based on electrical models 
 
10:4511:15  Coffee Break  
 
Chairman: Jens Randel Nyengaard

11:1512:00  T. Mattfeldt (University of Ulm):
Computerintensive methods for statistical inference from stereological
data 
12:0012:20  L. Lyck (University of Southern Denmark,
Odense): A new optical fractionator design
for quantitative analysis of the human neocortex 
12:2012:40  C. P. Toscano (University of São
Paulo): Estimate of size and total number
of neurons of Superior Cervical Ganglion (SCG) of Guinea Pig (Cavia Porcellus
Var. Albina) during the postnatal development 
12:4013:00  Z. Lhotáková (Charles University in Prague):
Application of confocal
microscopy and stereological methods to measuring mesophyll geometrical
characteristics of fresh Norway spruce needles: method adjustment

13:0013:20  S. R. Melo (University of São
Paulo): Estimate of size and number of
total neurons from Superior Cervical Ganglion in Paca (Agouti paca) during
postnatal development 
 
13:3015:00  Lunch  
 
Chairman: Torsten Mattfeldt

15:0015:45  C. V. Howard (University of Ulster):
Isotropic rulers and 'One Stop Stereology' 
15:4516:05  Z. Tonar (Charles University in Prague):
Analysis of microcracks in renal cortex and medulla 
16:0516:25  R. A. de O. Cavalcanti (University of São
Paulo): Quantitative effects of the
physical activity on the extrinsic cardiac innervation in rats

16:2516:45  S. Ayoubi (Gorgan University):
Spatial variability of soil nutritional and chemical properties
in Appaipally Village, Andra Pradesh province, India 
16:4517:05  A. A. Ribeiro (University of
São Paulo): Quantitative change in the adenohypophysis's GH
producing cells during the golden retriever muscular dystrophy 
 
19:0023:00  Conference Dinner  
Thursday, June 29
Chairman: Hendrik Schmidt 
9:00 9:45  I. Molchanov
(University of Bern): Stability and stochastic geometry 
9:4510:05  H. Biermé (University
of Paris 5  René Descartes):
About scaling behavior of microballs models 
10:0510:25  D. Hlubinka (Charles University in Prague):
Shape factor of spheroids; normalising constants for extremes based on
observed profiles 
10:2510:45  S. Kötzer (University of Bern):
On the domain of attraction for the lower tail in Wicksell's corpuscle
problem 
 
10:4511:15  Coffee Break  
 
Chairman: Rasmus Waagepetersen

11:1512:00  E. B. Vedel Jensen (University of Aarhus):
Modelling resting state network in the human brain 
12:0012:20  D. Jeulin (Ecole des Mines de Paris):
Estimation of the size and spatial distribution of particles from thick
sections 
12:2012:40  Z. Pawlas (Charles University in Prague):
Some remarks on variances of local stereological volume estimators

12:4013:00  F. Ballani (TU Bergakademie Freiberg):
The secondorder surface product density of random closed sets 
existence and calculation 
13:0013:20  J. Lhotský (Charles University in Prague):
Density of crosscorrelation measure and stationarity: overview

 
13:3015:00  Lunch  
 
Chairman: Eva B. Vedel Jensen

15:0015:45  R. Waagepetersen (Aalborg University):
Estimating functions for inhomogeneous Cox processes 
15:4516:05  D. Daley (Australian National
University, Canberra):
A lilypond system of finite linesegments: results, problems and conjectures

16:0516:25  V. Beneš (Charles University in Prague):
On a class of Cox point processes 
16:2516:45  M. Prokešová (University of Aarhus):
On spatiotemporal Lévy based Cox processes 
Poster session
Instruction for authors: Dimensions of poster boards are 150 cm high x 100 cm
wide.
Image Analysis
 V. Hejtmánek (Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals AS CR,
Prague): Image analysis of crosssections through porous media
 J. Janáček (Institute of Physiology AS CR, Prague): Measurement of
length and Euler characteristic in 3D images
 H. Lauschmann (Czech Technical University, Prague): Binary
idealizations of fractographic features and their stochastic
models
 M. Štencel (Institute of Physiology AS CR, Prague): On calculation
of chamfer distance and Lipschitz covers in digital images
Stereology in Biology
 L. Kubínová (Institute of Physiology AS CR, Prague): Stereological
method for the estimation of chloroplast thylakoid surface area
 J. Macášek (Charles University in Prague):
Distribution of the size of LDL particles prepared under different
conditions
 A. Mironov (University of Manchester): Local estimators of surface
and volume on ultrathin isotropic sections
 Z. Seidl (Charles University in Prague): Are anatomical parameters
of red spruce and balsam fir needles related to spectral
properties?
 J. Staněk (Charles University in Prague): A stochastic differential
equation for epidemics
Stereology in Material Science
 D. Dyja (Czestochowa University of Technology): Quantitative
analysis of ephase precipitates in ferrite matrix in GX2CrNiMoCu25633
duplex stainless steel
 J. Chmiela (University of Silesia, Sosnowiec): Application of Hurst correlation
for the evaluation of dispersion particles distribution inhomogeneity in
model structures
 J. Chrapoński (Silesian University of Technology, Katowice):
Estimation of stereological parameters of gradient structures
 L. Ilucová (Mathematical Institute AS CR, Prague): Inhomogeneity and anisotropy of
ECAP Aluminium
 H. Lauschmann (Czech Technical University, Prague): Multiparametric
fractal analysis with applications in fractography
 R. Lechnerová (Private College of Economic Studies, Ltd., Prague):
Quantification of thermal spray coatings structure using volumetric
reconstruction
 M. Maliński (Silesian University of Technology, Katowice):
Application of Feret diameters for evaluation of anisotropy level in model
polycrystalline structures
 M. Maliński (Silesian University of Technology, Katowice):
Implementation of Feret diameters to assessment of average volume and
volume inhomogeneity in model polycrystalline structures
 J. Maszybrocka (University of Silesia, Sosnowiec): Changes in the stereometric
structure of polyethylene working surface in endoprotheses as a result of Wear
process
 P. Matusiewicz (AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow):
Coarsening of Fe_{3}C particles in ferrite
 A. Pirek (Czestochowa University of Technology): The quantitative
description of the hypereutectoid cast steel structure
 J. Procházka (Tomas Bata University, Zlín): Grain size estimation of
anisotropic materials
 S. Roskosz (Silesian University of Technology, Katowice): Application of
quantitative materiallography for characterisation of Inconel 718 alloy
microstructure
 M. Sozańska (Silesian University of Technology, Katowice):
Quantitative analysis of microstructure of 2205 duplex stainless steel
after heat treatment at 475 and 900^{o}C
 S. Stach (University of Silesia, Sosnowiec): Quantitative description of overlaps
in a fracture by stereometric/fractal method
 P. Šandera (University of Technology, Brno): On the correspondence
of 2D and 3D grain size statistics in ultrafine grain materials
 K. Wiencek (AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow): Description of
nonuniform Fe_{3}Cdispersion in steel by Thomas cluster point field
Spatial Statistics
 R. Blanc (University of Bordeaux 1): Variance of the mean value estimation of a spatial
process. Application to composite material images
