TeachingWs18ImageBasedBiomedicalModeling

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

Hauptseminar/Master Seminar:
Image-based Biomedical Modeling

Bjoern Menze (TUM), Markus Kowarschik.

Type: Master Seminar Module IN2107
SWS: 2+0
ECTS: 5 Credits
Location: Munich School of Bioengineering (formerly: IMETUM) Seminar Room
Time: Wednesday 1300-1500
Course Language: English

Announcements

  • [7.10.2018] Info on the seminar and on how to select topics will be given on Wednesday 17.10.2018, 1300h, at the IMETUM/GSB in room 1.211., additional info is here: Slides.

Content

Many clinical imaging sequences include image modalities that provide unique insights into the human body: describing blood flow pattern or water diffusion, visualizing micro-structural tissue properties, or quantifying metabolic processes that have been found to be relevant for specific diseases. To access and explore the rich biological information of such multimodal CT, PET, and MR image data sets, different approaches from biophysical modeling and computational physiology are used.

The topic of this seminar is to survey such computational models by reading, discussing and understanding key publications in this field, for example, on:

  • spatial atlases that encode the variation of anatomy throughout the population in a probabilistic fashion,
  • dynamical models that describe blood flow patterns in MR and CT, or the the dynamics of metabolic pathways as measured via PET,
  • spatio-temporal models that describe cardiac electro-physiological excitations, or the growth patterns of tumors,
  • global probabilistic models that relate image features with clinical information or genetic variables.

Emphasis is put on improving presentation style. All presenters will present their talk twice during the course of the semester, and after the first time the group discussion will focus on presentation style.

Regulations

In this Master Seminar (formerly Hauptseminar), each student is asked to select one paper from a list. In order to successfully complete the seminar, participants have to fulfill these requirements:

  • Presentation: The selected paper is presented to the other participants (20 minutes presentation 10 minutes questions). Use the CAMP templates for PowerPoint CAMPmaster.pot, or Latex: CAMP-latex-template.zip. All papers will be presented at two occasions. After the first presentation we will discuss presentation and presentation style, after the second presentation we will discuss the research topic of the paper.
  • Written Handout: A document of 4-8 pages is written and is distributed to the other seminar attendees two days before the presentation (i.e., on the Monday morning before the final presentation). Please download and use the llncs2e.zip Latex template. It can be edited and updated following comments in the final presentation.
  • Attendance: Participants have to participate actively in all seminar sessions.

Each presentation is followed by a discussion and everyone is encouraged to actively participate. The handout must include all references used and should be your own review of the paper (don't copy & paste). Both handout and presentation will have to be in English. It can follow the structure of the presentation: Intro (incl. statement of the problem, prior work, contribution of the present work), Methods (previously existing and improvements), Experiments (data and results), Conclusion / Summary.

Schedule

The seminar consists of an introductory meeting and seminar sessions. Each of the sessions will consist of several student presentations. All seminar participants are expected to be present at every session and to actively participate in the discussion.

List of Papers

The papers that we are going to discuss in the seminar belong to four different research areas:
Area Description Presenter Tutor
Uncertainty, sparse models Nair et al. Exploring uncertainty measures in deep networks for multile sclerosis lesion detection and segmentations. Miccai 2018    
F Bragman et al. Uncertainty in multitask learning: joint representations for probabilistic MR only radiotherapy planning. Miccai 2018    
M Paschali et al. Generalizability vs. robustness: adversarial examples for medical iamging. Miccai 2018    
A Rost et al. Inherent brain segmentation quality control from fully ConvNet? Monte Carlo sampling. Miccai 2018    
M Kozinski et al. Learning to segment 3D linear structures using only 2D annotations. Miccai 2018    
V Kong et al. Invasive cancer detection utilizing compressed convolutional neural networks and transfer learning. Miccai 2018 Chris Bjoern
Networks, curvilinear structures M Meyer et al. A pixel-wise distance regression approach for joint retinal optincal disc and fovea detection. Miccai 2018    
A Galdran et al. A no-reference retinal vessel tree segmentation quality metric. Miccai 2018    
S Moriconi et al. Elastic registration of geodesic vascular graphs. Miccai 2018    
Y Cid et al. From local to global: a holistic lung graph model. Miccai 2018    
Z Zgau et al. Pulmonary vessel tree matching for quantifying changes in vascular morphology. Miccai 2018    
R Selvan et al. Mean field network based graph refinement with application to airway tree extraction. Miccai 2018    
Multi-organ segmentation Y Wang et al. Training multi-organ segmentation networks with sample selection by relaxed upper confident bound. Miccai 2018    
F Ozdemir et al. Learn th enew, keep the old: extending pretrained models with new anatomy and images. Miccai 2018 Jorge Markus
M Vakalopoulos et al. AtlasNet?: multi-altas non-linear deep networks for medical image segmentations. Miccai 2018    
K Won et al. 3d segmentation with exponential logarithmic loss for highly unbalanced object sizes. Miccai 2018    
Signal models & physiology C Scott et al. Short acquisition time PET/MR pharmacokinetic modeling using CNNs. Miccai 2018    
M Molero et al. Deep learning with synthetic diffusion MRI data for free-water elimination in glioblastoma cases. Miccai 2018    
J Schlemper et al. Cardiac MR segmentation from undersampled k-space using deep latent representation learning. Miccai 2018    
S Bulmberg et al. Deeper image quality transfer: retraining low-memory neural etworks for 3D images. Miccai 2018    
S Bayer et al. Intraoperative brain shift compensation using a hybrid mixture model. Miccai 2018    
Text & images J Dockes et al. text to brain: predicting the spatial distribution of neuroimaging observations from text reports. Miccai 2018    
S Singla et al. Subject2vec: generative-discriminative approach from a bag of image patches to a vector. Miccai 2018 Rameshwara Bjoern
Shape & registration B Becker et al. Deep multi-structural shape analysis: application to neuroanatomy. Miccai 2018 Zlatija Markus
A Dalco et al. Unsupervised learning for fast probabilistic diffeomarphic registration. Miccai 2018    

Schedule

The seminar consists of an introductory meeting and seminar sessions. Each of the sessions will consist of several student presentations. All seminar participants are expected to be present at every session and to actively participate in the discussion.

Date Time By Tutor Type Of Presentation
Oct 17 13:00-15:00 Intro -- First Meeting
Oct 24 13:00-15:00 --   (Time for preparation)
Oct 31 13:00-15:00 -- -- Rehearsal
Nov 7 13:00-15:00   -- Rehearsal
Nov 14 13:00-15:00   -- Rehearsal
Nov 21 13:00-15:00 Jorge, Chris -- Rehearsal
Nov 28 13:00-15:00 Rameshwara, Zlatija   Rehearsal
Dec 5 13:00-15:00   -- Rehearsal
Dec 12 13:00-15:00   -- Rehearsal
Dec 19 13:00-15:00   -- Rehearsal
Jan 9 13:00-15:00 Jorge, Chris TBA Final
Jan 16 13:00-15:00 Rameshwara, Zlatija   Final
Jan 23 13:00-15:00   TBA Final
Jan 30 13:00-15:00   TBA Final
Feb 6 13:00-15:00   TBA Final


Literature and Helpful Links

A lot of scientific publications can be found online.

The following list may help you to find some further information on your particular topic:

Some publishers:

Libraries (online and offline):

Some further hints for working with references:

  • JabRef is a Java program for comfortable working with Bibtex literature databases. Handy feature: if you know the PubMed ID for an article, JabRef can import data from there (via "Web Search/Medline").
  • Mendeley is a cross-platform program for organising your references.

If you find useful resources that are not already listed here, please tell us, so we can add them for others. Thanks.


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Title: Image based biomedical modeling seminar
Professor: Bjoern Menze
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Type: Hauptseminar
Information: Hauptseminar, SWS: 2, ECTS: 5
Term: 2018WiSe
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