Hauptseminar: Recent Advances in Computer Assisted Surgery
, Tobias Blum
, Lejing Wang
, Tobias Reichl
Advanced Seminar Course Module IN8901
Master Seminar Module IN2107
Seminar Module IN0014
We will have an initial meeting on October 26, 2010 12:00 in room MI 03.13.010. All details an the schedule for the seminar will be discussed there.
The seminar's participants will get a comprehensive insight into the latest developments and advances of computer assisted surgery. Several cutting-edge categories such as segmentation, registration, robotics, simulation and rendering, as well as interventional imaging applied in orthopaedic, cardiac, abdominal, and other applications will be covered. The talks will be based on the latest proceedings of medical and computer science conferences.
The topics of the seminar will cover a selection of outstanding and interesting papers of recent proceedings of important medical and computational conferences such as MICCAI - Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention.
To register please send an email to Tobias Blum
(), including your favorite topic, your name, your birthday, program of study and Matrikelnummer.
A resignation from the seminar can be performed until October 18, 2010.
| Date || Topic || By || Supervision || Material || Place |
| October 26, 2010, 12:00 || Introduction || Tobias Blum || || Introduction || MI 03.13.010 |
| January 17, 2011, 18:00 || Wong et al. - Spinal Cord Stress Injury Assessment (SCOSIA): Clinical applications of mechanical modeling of the spinal cord and brainstem || Mehtap Yuecel || Tobias Blum || || MI 03.13.010 |
| || Carter et al. - MR Navigated Breast Surgery: Method and Initial Clinical Experience || Pinar Özbay || Tobias Blum || || |
| January 24, 2011, 18:00 || Joung et al. - A robot assisted hip fracture reduction with a navigation system || Loina Prifti || Lejing Wang || || MI 03.13.010 |
| January 31, 2011, 18:00 || Nakamoto et al. - Realtime Organ Tracking for Endoscopic Augmented Reality Visualization using Miniature Wireless Magnetic Tracker || Michael Löckler || Tobias Reichl || || MI 03.13.010 |
| || Otake et al. - An Iterative Framework for Improving the Accuracy of Intraoperative Intensity-Based 2D/3D Registration for Image-Guided Orthopedic Surgery || Philipp Willmertinger || Lejing Wang || || |
Presentation (about 30-45min) followed by a discussion. Essay (10 pages) including all references used. The essay and presentation have to be done in English for Hauptseminars
and German or English for Proseminars
. The essay must be written in your own words and not by copy and paste.
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| Title: || Recent Advances in Computer Assisted Surgery |
| Professor: || Nassir Navab |
| Tutors: || Tobias Blum, Lejing Wang, Tobias Reichl |
| Type: || Hauptseminar |
| Information: || Hauptseminar, SWS: 2, ECTS: 4 Credits |
| Term: || 2010WiSe |
| Abstract: || The seminar's participants will get a comprehensive insight into the latest developments and advances of computer assisted surgery. Several cutting-edge categories such as segmentation, registration, robotics, simulation and rendering, as well as interventional imaging applied in orthopaedic, cardiac, abdominal, and other applications will be covered. The talks will be based on the latest proceedings of medical and computer science conferences. This is a joint seminar between Klinikum Innenstadt and the Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality. |