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VCBM (Visual Computing in Biology and Medicine) Workshop
20. und 21. September 2018 - Der Workshop ist damit räumlich und zeitlich in unmittelbarer Nähe zur MICCAI.
„Visual Computing“ steht für die Integration von Bildanalyse, Visualisierung und Interaktion“.
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Workshop Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin (BVM)
nächster Workshop: Frühjahr 2019, Lübeck, Link
Biomedical Image and Signal Computing (BISC)
gemeinsamer Workshop zusammen mit der DGBMT
The First International Workshop on Thoracic Image Analysis
A MICCAI 2018 Workshop
The Workshop on Thoracic Image Analysis (TIA) brings together medical image analysis researchers in the area of thoracic imaging to discuss recent advances in this rapidly developing field. Cardiovascular disease, lung cancer and COPD, three diseases all visible on thoracic imaging, are amongst the top causes of death worldwide. Many imaging modalities are currently available to study the pulmonary and cardiac system, including radiography, CT, PET and MRI. We invite papers that deal with all aspects of image analysis of thoracic data. Further, we particularly welcome independent validation studies on the use of deep learning models in the area of thoracic imaging as well as live demonstrations of software.
Blending Visualization with Data Mining and Machine Learning for Biomedical Data Analysis
In the tutorial, we address the blending of visualization with data mining and machine learning, in particular, deep learning, from a research- and an application-oriented perspective. We show how visualization assists in understanding high-dimensional parameter spaces and cluster structure, in the understanding of learned features, as well as in the tailor-made design and improvement of neural networks. We demonstrate applications in cardiac surgery planning, understanding gene-structure behavior in neurosciences, tumor tissue characterization, risk factor identification in epidemiology, and clinical decision support.
Date: 16. September, 2018
Digital Therapy and Patient Models for Clinical Decision Support
In the tutorial, we present two complementary approaches to building predictive disease- and patient-specific therapeutic decision models supporting medical experts. First, we describe techniques for building a probabilistic therapy model which represents weighted causalities between patient information aggregated from medical health records and knowledge derived from medical textbooks, clinical studies, and therapeutic guidelines. Second, we detail techniques for building a physiological patient model which represents the function of an anatomical structure as well as therapy-induced functional variations, both derived from medical images and image-based, patient-specific simulations. Finally, we elaborate on an integration of both models.
Date: 16. September, 2018