Hauptseminar: Information Processing in the Operating Room of the Future
, Nicolas Padoy
, Tobias Blum
On thursdays, MI 03.13.010
- Time to be announced!
The course language is English.
If you are interested in taking part in the seminar
- please send an email to Nicolas Padoy()
- registration deadline: extended to October 15th, 2007
- initial meeting: during first semester week (Oct 15th-19th, 2007), to be announced
Please include last and first name, matriculation number, current semester, discipline (diploma, master, bachelor) including major, and a desired topic.
In the last decade, many new imaging and surgical technologies have entered the hospitals. In order to integrate smoothly these technologies within the surgical workflow and also to assist the surgeon in using this increased amount of information, much effort is being put into the analysis of the surgical room and of the surgical processes.
This seminar will cover some recent computer science topics related to the design of the operating room of the future. It will give an overview of the technical requirements, methods and applications.
You are interested in a topic that does not appear here? Feel free to send us an email.
- Description of Surgical Workflows
- Modelisation and description techniques (ontologies, UML)
- Use in workflow optimization and analysis
- Recognition of Activities
- Algorithms for activity detection (HMMs, grammars, graphical models)
- Surgical Gesture Analysis
- Methods for the recognition and evaluation of surgicals gestures (DTW, HMMs)
- Use for training and evaluation of surgeons
- Tracking and signal acquisition in the OR
- Presentation of several tracking systems (visual, inertial, RFID...)
- Suitability for the OR (staff and tools)
- Integrated ORs
- PACS systems
- Presentation of new integrated ORs
K. Cleary, H.Y. Chung, S. K. Mun. OR 2020: The operating room of the future, Laparoscopic and Advanced Surgical Techniques, 2005
P. Jannin, M. Raimbault, X. Morandi, B. Gibaud. Modeling Surgical Procedures for Multimodal Image-Guided Neurosurgery, MICCAI, 2001
P. Neumuth, G. Strauß, J. Meixensberger, H. U. Lemke, O. Burgert. Acquisition of Process Descriptions from Surgical Interventions, DEXA, 2006
Y. Shi, Y. Huang, D. Minnen, A. Bobick, I. Essa. Propagation Networks for Recognition of Partially Ordered Sequential Actions, CVPR, 2004
D. Minnen, I. A. Essa, T. Starner: Expectation Grammars: Leveraging High-Level Expectations for Activity Recognition, CVPR, 2003
H. C. Lin, I. Shafran, T. E. Murphy, A. M. Okamura, D. D. Yuh, G. D. Hager. Automatic Detection and Segmentation of Robot-Assisted Surgical Motions. MICCAI, 2005
T. Sielhorst, T. Blum, N. Navab. Synchronizing 3D movements for quantitative comparison and simultaneous visualization of actions, ISMAR, 2005
A. Ahmadi, T. Sielhorst, R. Stauder, M. Horn, H. Feußner, N. Navab. Recovery of surgical workflow without explicit models, MICCAI,2006
N. Padoy, T. Blum, I. Essa, H. Feußner, M.O. Berger, N. Navab. A Boosted Segmentation Method for Surgical Workflow Analysis, MICCAI 2007
- the presentation should be about 45min (here is a Power Point template)
- the handout of about 10 pages (in LaTex, here is a template)
- the outline should be sent to the supervisor one month before the presentation
- the presentation slides and handout should be finalized and discussed with the supervisor one week before the presentation here is a template
| TeachingForm |
| Title: || Information Processing in the Operating Room of the Future |
| Professor: || Nassir Navab |
| Tutors: || Nicolas Padoy, Tobias Blum |
| Type: || Hauptseminar |
| Information: || 2 SWS, 4 ECTS |
| Term: || 2007WiSe |
| Abstract: || The seminar will cover some recent computer science topics related to the design of the operating room of the future. It will give an overview of the technical requirements, methods and applications. |