This tutorial will survey recent contributions to both visual tracking and 3D reconstruction for clinical applications and provide an informal setting for discussing technical challenges regarding data acquisition, implementation and validation in phantom and clinical settings.
Several leading experts in the field (from Japan, USA, England, Germany, France, Brazil) will present their contributions to the domain through detailed presentations, followed by highly interactive discussion sessions, focusing on validation questions and challenges. Our target audience comprises students working in the field of visual tracking and 3D organ reconstruction in computer-assisted interventions, and more generally MICCAI participants interested in Computer-assisted intervention.
We are delighted to have the following speakers to present their exciting work:
– Adrien Bartoli (Université d’Auvergne – France)
– Alexandre Moreau-Gaudry (Grenoble Research Hospital – France)
– Danail Stoyanov (University College London – UK)
– Gregory Hager (Johns Hopkins University – USA)
– Naoki Suzuki (Jikei University – Japan)
– Lena Maier-Hein (German Cancer Research Center – Germany)
– Rogério Richa (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina – Brazil)
– Sandrine Voros (TIMC-IMAG Laboratory – France)
We look forward to seeing you at MICCAI in September!
– The organizing committee
Rogerio Richa, Ph.D., Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
Raphael Sznitman, Ph.D., École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Sandrine Voros, Ph.D., INSERM, TIMC-IMAG laboratory, CAMI team, France