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

Richard Brosig

That's me Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Fakultät für Informatik
Technische Universität München
Boltzmannstr. 3
85748 Garching bei München
room: MI 03.13.060
phone:+49 89 289 19437


My research topics are
  • 3D Angiography
  • Blood flow estimation from X-Ray data
  • CFD
  • Single View Reconstruction

Active research projects

Estimation of Flow Parameters from X-ray Data

Estimation of Flow Parameters from X-ray Data

This project focuses on the quantification of blood flow based on 2D and 3D angiographic X-ray image data, which is of particular interest during minimally invasive interventional procedures such as recanalizations of stenotic vessels and embolizations of arteries that feed tumors or vascular malformations in the patient's brain, for example. Our projects cover the evaluation of model-based approaches involving CFD (computational fluid dynamics) simulations as well as methods that aim at estimating the optical flow in the images and deriving quantitative blood flow information from these results.
Living Review

Living Review

Review papers generally provide a comprehensive overview over the plethora of existing techniques with a particular focus on the suitable classification criteria. However, we wish to go beyond a static literature review which is naturally doomed to be outdated after a certain period of time due to the rapid research progress. Our living review concept augments conventional review papers with an extendable and interactive database in order to obtain an intuitive nd structured visualization whose currency goes beyond the one of a printed paper. All papers in this database are labeled with one or multiple tags according to 13 carefully defined categories. The classification of all entries can then be visualized as one or multiple trees which are presented via a web-based interactive app ( allowing the user to choose a unique perspective for literature review. In addition, the user can search the underlying database for specific tags or publications related to vessel registration. Many applications of this framework are conceivable, including the use for getting a general overview on the topic or the utilization by physicians for deciding about the best-suited algorithm for a specific application.


In the following lectures I participate(d) as a tutor or lecturer:


S. Matl, R. Brosig, M. Baust, N. Navab, S. Demirci
Vascular Image Registration Techniques: A Living Review
Medical Image Analysis, Volume 35, pp. 1-7, 2017 (bib)
A. Duliu, R. Brosig, S. Ognawala, T. Lasser, M. Ziai, N. Navab
Illumination Compensation and Normalization using Low-Rank Decomposition of Multispectral Images in Dermatology
Information Processing in Medical Imaging (IPMI 2015), Isle of Skye, Scotland, June 2015 (bib)
P. Maday, R. Brosig, J. Endres, M. Kowarschik, N. Navab
Blood flow quantification using optical flow methods in a body fitted coordinate system
SPIE Medical Imaging, San Diego, CA, USA, Feb 19-23 2014. (bib)
R. Brosig, P. Maday, M. Kowarschik, A. Katouzian, S. Demirci, N. Navab
Blood Flow Quantification using 1D CFD Parameter Identification
Proc. SPIE 9034, Medical Imaging 2014: Image Processing, San Diego, CA, USA, Feb 19-23 2014. (bib)
R. Brosig, M. Kowarschik, N. Navab, M. Baust
Volume Constraint Denoising of Digital Subtraction Angiography Sequences
MICCAI-workshop von Computing and Visualization for Intravascular Imaging and Computer Assisted Stenting (CVII-STENT), Boston, USA, September 2014. (bib)

Title: Dipl.-Tech. Math. Univ.
Circumference of your head (in cm):  
Firstname: Richard
Lastname: Brosig
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Nationality: Germany
Languages: English, German
Groups: Medical Imaging
Position: Scientific Staff
Status: Alumni
Emailbefore: brosig
Room: MI 03.13.060
Telephone: +49 89 289 19437

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