TeachingWs12InterventionalImaging

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

Interventional Imaging and Image Processing

The participants will learn the basics of interventional imaging and image processing. The focus of the lecture will be on interventional x-ray imaging technology. The lecture will cover both topics of 2D as well as 3D imaging. We will particularly focus on recent research topics such as cardiac and perfusion imaging in the interventional suite.

Administrative information

Lecturer: Dr. Markus Kowarschik



This lecture will be in English

Time & Location

Lecture:

nearly biweekly, Thursdays 9:15-11:45 including a break from 10:45-11:00
Room MI 03.13.010
First lecture:

25.10.2012

Exam:

tba

Content

  • Clinical motivation (interventional radiology, neuroradiology, and cardiology)
  • Interventional imaging modalities
  • Basics of x-ray imaging
  • Angiographic imaging in 2D
  • Angiographic imaging in 3D: CT basics, CT reconstruction
  • Current topics (cardiac imaging, perfusion imaging, metal artifact reduction, etc.)

News

  • Please check your exam appointment here and confirm this by sending a mail to brosig@in.tum.de
  • Please check your tum.de or mytum.de email address for exam details.
  • The oral exam will be scheduled directly after the registration closed. We plan to to this on Feb. 14th,15th and 18th
  • The registration to the oral exam can be done here
  • The lecture time has changed again, such that this lecture fits into the schedule for the Biomedical Computing Masters program. There will be two aditional lectures announced soon!
  • Lecture time has changed!

Additional material

A user name and password is required to access the course materials. The credentials are announced during the first lecture.

Course Schedule

Date Topic Material
18.10.2012 no lecture  
25.10.2012 lecture  Lecture Slides, Part I
 Lecture Slides, Part II
01.11.2012 no lecture (All Saints' Day)  
08.11.2012 no lecture  
15.11.2012 lecture  Lecture Slides, Part III: generation
 Lecture Slides, Part III: absorption
22.11.2012 lecture  Lecture Slides, Part III: detection
 Lecture Slides, Part III: angio2D
29.11.2012 no lecture  
06.12.2012 no lecture (Dies Academicus)  
13.12.2012 lecture  Lecture Slides, Part III: Tomography Part 1
 Lecture Slides, Part III: Tomography Part 2
20.12.2012 lecture (Amin Katouzian)  Lecture Slides, Filtering
27.12.2012 no lecture (christmas)  
03.01.2013 no lecture (christmas)  
10.01.2013 lecture  Lecture Slides, Part III: Tomography Part 3
 Lecture Slides, Part III: Tomography Part 4
 Test exam
17.01.2013 lecture (Amin Katouzian)  Lecture Slides, IVUS
24.01.2013 lecture  Lecture Slides, Part III: Tomography Part 5
 Lecture Slides, Part III: Tomography Part 6
31.01.2013 lecture  Lecture Slides, Projection models
14-18.02.2013 Oral Exams Please check your tum.de or mytum.de account for details
On Feb. 14th and 18th in room 03.13.054, on Feb 15th in room 03.13.010

List of references

  • A. Oppelt (Ed.), Imaging Systems for Medical Diagnostics, Publicis Corporate Publishing
  • T. Buzug, Computed Tomography, Springer
  • A.C. Kak, M. Slaney, Principles of Computerized Tomographic Imaging, SIAM, available online at: http://www.slaney.org/pct/
  • G.L. Zeng, Medical Image Reconstruction: A Conceptual Tutorial, Springer
  • H. Turbell, Cone-Beam Reconstruction Using Filtered Backprojection , PhD thesis, Linköping University, Sweden, 2001, available online at http://www2.cvl.isy.liu.se/Research/Tomo/Turbell/phd.pdf
  • K. Wiesent et al., Enhanced 3-D-Reconstruction Algorithm for C-Arm Systems Suitable for Interventional Procedures, TMI 2000, available online at http://campar.cs.tum.edu/files/teaching/2012ws/IIIP/Wiesent_TMI_2000.pdf
  • R. Hartley, A Zisserman: Multiple View Geometry in Computer Vision, Cambridge University Press

Interesting web links




TeachingForm
Title: Interventional Imaging and Image Processing
Professor: Dr. Markus Kowarschik
Tutors: Dr. Amin Katouzian, Richard Brosig
Type: Lecture
Information: 2 SWS, 3 ECTS Credits
Term: 2012WiSe
Abstract: The participants will learn the basics of interventional imaging and image processing. The focus of the lecture will be on interventional x-ray imaging technology. The lecture will cover both topics of 2D as well as 3D imaging. We will particularly focus on recent research topics such as cardiac and perfusion imaging in the interventional suite.


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