Kitware is happy to be participating in the 34th National Alliance for Medical Image Computing (NA-MIC) Project Week. Since 2005, this event has increased the impact of medical image computing through community-based open-access hackathons. NA-MIC Project Week predominately focuses on 3D Slicer, an open source visualization and medical image analysis application, and other related tools and projects.

Kitware Presentations Overview

Monday, December 14

SlicerSALT: Shape Analysis
Presenter: Beatriz Paniagua, Assistant Director of Medical Computing, Kitware

SlicerHeartPresenter: Andras Lasso

SlicerCMF: Craniofacial image processing Presenter: David Allemang, R&D Engineer, Kitware

MONAIPresenter: Stephen Aylward, Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives, Kitware

aevaSlicer volumetric mesh generation from segmentationsPresenter: Samantha Horvath, Senior R&D Engineer, Kitware

LookingGlass: Slicer and VTK integration with LookingGlass Holographic DisplayPresenters: Stephen Aylward, Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives, Kitware; Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, Principal Engineer, Kitware

Tuesday, December 15

New Features in 3D Slicer; Focus on End to End Solutions

Moderators: Andas Lasso; Beatriz Paniagua, Assistant Director of Medical Computing, Kitware; Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, Principal Engineer, Kitware; Samantha Horvath, Senior R&D Engineer, Kitware; Steve Pieper

Wednesday, December 16

Live Discourse – Questions and Answers from Users and Developers

One-hour presentation on MONAI

Presenters: Stephen Aylward, Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives, Kitware; Matthew McCormick, Principal Engineer, Kitware

Thursday, December 17

itk.js, vtk.js, ParaView medical, and web assembly

Presenters: Matthew McCormick, Principal Engineer, Kitware; Forrest Li, R&D Engineer, Kitware

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