Computer Aided Medical Procedures II (CAMP II) - IN2022
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Lecture by Prof. Dr. Nassir Navab
Lecture Module IN2022
Informatics (Bachelor, Master), Informatics (Diploma: Praktische Informatik, Vertiefungsfach), Information Systems (Bachelor), Computational Science and Engineering (Master), TUM-BWL (Technikfach)
- There will be a preliminary meeting on 15.03.2011 (Tuesday) at 13:00 in MI 03.13.010
- Wednesdays 12:30 - 14:00 MI 03.13.010 from 4.05.2011 to 13.07.2011 weekly
- Thursdays 14:30 - 16:00 MI 03.13.008 from 5.05.2011 to 21.07.2011 weekly Exercise
This lecture teaches students to transfer their knowledge from the field of medical imaging and computer assisted interventions to practical algorithms. During the classes, the students get exposed to particular problems from segmentation, registration, navigation, tracking, and medical augmented reality and are then guided when implementing those algorithms themselves using MATLAB during the excercises.
The excercises take place in a lab room with MATLAB workstations.
- Basic knowledge in image computing (not necessarily acquired through the CAMP I lecture)
- Interest in algorithmic/implementation aspects
- Ability to work in small teams
- Specific knowledge in MATLAB is not required but beneficial. However, you should be somehow skilled in programming.
- Deep insight into medical image computing
- Ability to implement solutions for computer aided medical procedures
- Attestation days: Each student has to present and explain the exercises he has implemented. For each attestation you can earn 20 points. Note that all programs have to work in order to get all points. You are not required to hand-in the exercise every week. However, you are required to have all the exercises implemented, as indicated on the exercise sheets, for the attestation day to get the bonus points.
- In the exam itself you can earn up to 80 points.
- In total you can earn up to 120 points. In order to pass the exam (mask >= 4.0) you will need at least 50 points. For mark 1.0 you need at least 95 points.
- Image Processing / (Filtering, Morpholgical Operations, and Basic Segmentation Methods):
- Advanced Segmentation:
- Leo Grady, Yiyong Sun, James Williams. Three interactive graph-based segmentation methods applied to cardiovascular imaging. In Nikos Paragios, Yunmei Chen, Olivier Faugeras, editors. Handbook of mathematical models in computer vision. Springer, 2006.
- Yuri Boykov and Marie-Pierre Jolly. Interactive organ segmentation using graph cuts. In Scott L. Delp, Anthony M. DiGioia, and Branislav Jaramaz, editors, MICCAI, volume 1935 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 276--286. Springer, 2000.
- Y. Boykov and O. Veksler. Graph cuts in vision and graphis: theories and applications. In Nikos Paragios, Yunmei Chen, Olivier Faugeras, editors. Handbook of mathematical models in computer vision. Springer, 2006.
- Yuri Boykov, Gareth Funka-Lea. Graph Cuts and Efficient N-D Image Segmentation. In International Journal of Computer Vision (IJCV), vol. 70, no. 2, pp. 109-131, 2006.
- Leo Grady and Gareth Funka-Lea. Multi-label image segmentation for medical applications based on graph-theoretic electrical potentials. In Milan Sonka, Ioannis A. Kakadiaris, and Jan Kybic, editors, Computer Vision and Mathematical Methods in Medical and Biomedical Image Analysis, ECCV 2004 Workshops CVAMIA and MMBIA, number LNCS3117 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 230--245, Prague, Czech Republic, May 2004. Springer.
- Leo Grady and Eric Schwartz. Anisotropic interpolation on graphs: The combinatorial Dirichlet problem. Technical Report CAS/CNS-TR-03-014, Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems, Boston University, Boston, MA, July 2003.
- Web Page of Leo Grady a.k.a. everything you gotta know about random walker...
- [Hajnal2001] J. V. Hajnal, D. L. G. Hill, and D. J. Hawkes: Medical Image Registration. CRC Press, Biomedical Engineering Series, 2001
- Deformable Registration:
- [Modersitzki2004] Jan Modersitzki. Numerical methods for image registration. Oxford University Press, 2004.
- Christof Rezk-Salama, Klaus Engel, Markus Hadwiger, Joe M. Kniss and Daniel Weiskopf: Real Time Volume Graphics, Transatlantic Publishers, 2006
- Computer Aided Surgery:
- [CAS] Various Volumes of Computer Aided Surgery
- [CARS] Various Proceedings of CARS (Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery - International Congress and Exhibition)
- [Grimson1999] W. Eric L. Grimson, Ron Kikinis, Ferenc A. Jolesz, and Peter McL. Black: Image-Guided Surgery. Scientific American, 280(6) pp. 62-69, 1999
- Computer Vision:
| TeachingForm |
| Title: || Computer Aided Medical Procedures II |
| Professor: || Prof. Dr. Nassir Navab |
| Tutors: || Pascal Fallavollita, Athanasios Karamalis, Mehmet Yigitsoy |
| Type: || Lecture |
| Information: || 2+2 SWS, 5 ECTS, Praktische Informatik, Vertiefungsfach |
| Term: || 2011SoSe |
| Abstract: || Computer science is playing an important, increasing role in medical practices. Medical imaging companies are no more asked by physicians to only produce images of anatomy. Instead, they are asked to design software and hardware systems to provide complex computer-aided solutions for diagnosis, intervention and therapy. There are more and more opportunities for computer science graduates to contribute to the development and deployment of medical solutions. Within the operating rooms, there is an increasing need for the integration and visualization of heterogeneous data acquired by numerous sensors. This course on computer aided medical procedures exposes the students to the challenges of building the operating rooms of the future. The main focus of the course is in imaging technologies especially intra-operative imaging as well as the visualization of this data. Techniques like segmentation and registration are explained in various classes. |