Kitware is actively involved in MICCAI 2012, including co-chairing workshops, participating on program committees, and presenting recent work.
Stephen Aylward is on the MICCAI program committee, and will also participate in the student career event on Monday October 1st from 6:00-7:30pm.
Andinet Enquobahrie is a co-chair of the Fifth International Workshop on Systems and Architectures for Computer Assisted Interventions (SACAI). He will also present Kitware’s da Vinci Robot AR work with Johns Hopkins University, titled ‘ Robot assisted prostate surgery using augmented reality with deformable models.’
Danielle Pace is on the program committees for the ‘MICCAI 2012 Workshop on Clinical Image-based Procedures: From Planning to Intervention’ and the ‘Workshop on Computational and Clinical Applications in Abdominal Imaging.’
Roland Kwitt will present a paper titled ‘Recognition in Ultrasound Videos: Where Am I?’ You can see the related video material on Kitware’s vimeo account.
Kitware’s Midas Platform is being used to host the BRATS 2012: Multimodal Brain Tumor Segmentation Challenge data. Participants are able to submit results directly to Midas and have them automatically scored for the challenge. For more information, see the BRATS challenge site, or visit the Midas community to download the data.
Kitware is also supporting MICCAI through sponsorships. Kitware is pleased to be a bronze-level sponsor of MICCAI, to acknowledge the major contributions this conference has and continues to make to the field of medical image analysis, scientific visualization, and robotics – three areas of emphasis within Kitware.
Kitware is also proud to again sponsor the MICCAI Young Scientist Publication Impact Award. This annual award recognizes a MICCAI publication from the past five years, made by a young scientist, that has subsequently had a significant impact on the field.