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Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

Lab Course / Praktikum: Project Management and Software Development for Medical Applications

by Prof. Nassir Navab
Team: Beatrice Demiray, Javier Esteban, Hendrik Burwinkel
Type: Master Practical Course Module IN2106
SWS: 6
Programs: Biomedical Computing (Master), Informatics (Master)
ECTS: 10 Credits
TUMOnline: Link

Preliminary Meeting ("Vorbesprechung"): Monday, 04.12.2019 18:00 in 03.13.010. Slides
Further Meetings: See the schedule below.

The course will be conducted in English.

Announcements

  • 14.01.2019: Preliminary Meeting scheduled: Monday, 04/Feb/2019 18:00 in 03.13.010.
  • 14.01.2019: Course website created.

Registration

Registration through the TUM matching system is mandatory. Keep in mind that your chances to be assigned to the course increase if you give it a higher rank in your choices. If you already have a potential project, notify the course tutors via e-mail as soon as possible. This increases your chances to be assigned to the course, but in any case you have to register through the matching system. For further details about how the matching system works and its schedule please check this website.

General content

This Lab Course is intended to teach the basic concepts of software project management and development for medical applications. You will be confronted with a brief introduction to software project management concepts such as requirement analysis, software design, coding guidelines and unified modeling language (UML). In addition, topics like software version control, deployment engineering and testing will be explored. You will be assigned a medical software project to apply the mentioned concepts in a real-life scenario with clinical, industrial or research partners.

Project Proposals

In this lab course, students work on clinical software projects and find solutions for problems in the field of medical applications. The student's workload should be around 10-14 hours per week for a period of 3 months on the assigned project (10 ECTS course).

Each project is expected to have one contact person (supervisor) who should be available for regular updates or if the student needs any help. In addition, the supervisors are kindly invited to participate in the student presentations (Requirements, Intermediate, Final) taking place at the CAMP chair. Each project supervisor will decide on 50% of the grade based on the student’s performance in the project. The other 50% will be decided upon by the class coordinators, based on the quality of project management and presentation skills of the student.

The project proposal should give a short introduction into the context and describe the most important aspects and expected outcome of the project. Furthermore it should clearly state the required (and optional) skills (programming language, experience with certain libraries etc.).

If you have a suitable project, preferably with a clinical or industrial partner, you are kindly invited to fill out the project proposal template and send it to Beatrice Demiray () as soon as possible.
The deadline for proposal submission is Sunday, March 24th, 2019.

Prerequisites

This course requires basic knowledge of C++ or similar OO programming language. The concepts of OO programming and other concepts as conducted in the Introduction to CS lecture are assumed.

Schedule

The schedule is preliminary and still subject to change. Please check the course website regularly!
Date - Time CE(S)T Place Topic Conducted by Materials
Tue, 23.04.2019 11:30 - 14:00 03.13.010 Introduction, Project Announcements   Introduction and Project Announcements
Thu, 25.04.2019 12:00 - 14:30 03.13.010 Lecture I, Lecture II   Presentation Rules and Tips

Project Management

UML
Thu, 25.04.2019 until 23:59 E-mail to Students required to indicate project preferences    
Mon, 29.04.2019 E-mail / course website Project assignments published    
Tue, 30.04.2019 11:30 - 14:00 03.13.010 Presentation Training   Workshop Slides
Tue, 07.05.2019 10:00 - 14:00 03.13.010 Requirements Presentations    
Tue, 14.05.2019 12:00 - 14:00 03.13.010 Lecture III    
Tue, 04.06.2019 10:00 - 14:00 Left Forum @ TranslaTUM (ground floor) Intermediate Presentations Vol. 1    
Fri, 07.06.2019 10:00 - 14:00 Left Forum @ TranslaTUM (ground floor) Intermediate Presentations Vol. 2    
Tue, 23.07.2019 10:00 - 14:00 Left Forum @ TranslaTUM (ground floor) Final Presentations Vol. 1    
Thu, 25.07.2019 10:00 - 14:00 tentative @ TranslaTUM (ground floor) Final Presentations Vol. 2    
         



Presentation Schedules

Project Requirements Presentations (Kick-Off)

5 minutes slot for each presentation (plus 2 minutes for questions). The group presentation has an 8 minute slot. We encourage students to practice their presentation w.r.t. pace and time. In order to train compliance with speaking times, your presentation will be interrupted after 5 minutes 30 seconds, no exceptions made. Make sure to comply with the TUM Code of Conduct (see Download) and the rules for this course (slides from the first lecture).

Show Schedule



Intermediate Presentations

7 minutes slot for each presentation (plus 2 minutes for questions). The group presentation has an 11 minute slot. We encourage students to practice their presentation w.r.t. pace and time. In order to train compliance with speaking times, your presentation will be interrupted after 7 minutes 30 seconds, no exceptions made. Make sure to comply with the TUM Code of Conduct (see Download) and the rules for this course (slides from the first lecture).

Show Schedule



Available Projects

Projects will be announced in due time and presented during the introductory meeting. Please communicate a selection of 3 choices, each with an explanation (ca. 5 sentences) for why you want to work on this project and how you meet the requirements specified in the project proposal by Thursday, 25.04.2019 - 23:59 CEST. Use the Student Application Template provided under Download.



Project ID Student Project Title Supervisor Additional Material down
01 Nikola Budjakoski Ultrasound-Guided Kyphoplasty Planning Via Optical-See Through Head-Mounted Displays. Alejandro Martin Project Description
02 Francesca De Benetti Kernel-based Dosimetry for Brachytherapy Thomas Wendler Project Description
03 Asli Ergin Pose Dependent Human Image Generation Manuel Nickel Project Description
04 Andrea Escartin & Hossam Abdelhamid Micro-Manipulation Javier Esteban Project Description
05 Ayse Evren Sinogram-based Interpolation Strategies for Incomplete Trajectories in X-ray Computed Tomography Fabien Bauer, Tolga Birdal Project Description
06 Mert Asim Ultrasound Simulation Framework Walter Simson Project Description
07 Muhammad Naeem DeepMicroscope Interpretation Framework Magda Paschali Project Description
08 Miguel Trasobares Sensor Fusion Framework for precise US-probe Pose Tracking in 3D US-Compounding Walter Simson, Patrick Ruhkamp Project Description
09 Anna Zapaishchykova 3D Freehand Ultrasound Spatial Calibration Beatrice Demiray Project Description
10 Miguel Hoyos Smart Augmentation of Laparoscopic Images Javier Esteban Project Description
11 Fabian Gröger Implementation of a Robotic-Framework for Reinforcement Learning on Ultrasound. Javier Esteban Project Description
12 Patricia Garoz Compact Neural Networks with Weight/Structural Pruning Magda Paschali Project Description
13 Wai Yan Fok Peripheral Nerve Examination Tool Oliver Zettinig Project Description
14 Available Collimator Design Platform Thomas Wendler Project Description
15 Christina Weber Dose Probe Design Platform Thomas Wendler Project Description
16 Available Monte Carlo simulations for Brachytherapy Thomas Wendler Project Description
17 Yan Chi Chan Automatic Segmentation of Spine Lesions in Cancer Patients Thomas Wendler, Magda Paschali Project Description
18 Available Clinical User Interface for Software Based Ultrasound Machine Walter Simson Project Description
19 Amir Nourinia Optimization of a DeepLearning Framework Walter Simson Project Description
20 Rebecca Richter Block-based acceleration strategies for Anisotropic X-ray Dark-field Tomography PD Dr. Tobias Lasser Project Description



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Passing Requirements

  • Attendance and active participation in ALL presentation and hands-on meetings, in particular questions after each presentation.
  • Presence during the lectures is not mandatory but highly recommended.
  • Submission of all assignments in time.
  • Presentation of your final assignment results.
  • Upload of the presentation slides on the day of your presentation. Details will be provided in the introduction.


Literature/Resources

C++

Python

Documenting your code

  • Doxygen, a documentation system for C++, C, Java, Objective-C, Python, IDL (Corba and Microsoft flavors), Fortran, VHDL, PHP, C#, and to some extent D.

MS Visual Studio (2015)

Github

Qt

Other useful tools and libraries


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Title: Project Management and Software Development for Medical Applications
Professor: Prof. Nassir Navab
Tutors: Beatrice Demiray, Javier Esteban, Hendrik Burwinkel
Type: Praktikum
Information: 6 SWS, 10 ECTS Credits (Module IN2106)
Term: 2019SoSe
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