Over the years, progress on computer vision research has effectively benefitted medical domain, leading to development of several high impact image-guided interventions and therapies. While past couple of years have seen tremendous progress on 3D computer vision, especially in ADAS or driver-less navigation domains, the impact on medical domain has been limited. This workshop is to bring together the practitioners of 3D computer vision and medical domain and engage in a dialogue emphasizing the key recent advances and bridging the gap between 3d computer vision research and potential medical applications.
The primary topics will include, but not limited to the following,
- 3D human body modeling and estimation Human body modeling (or patient modeling) is critical to several applications such as patient positioning for medical scanning, support for prosthetic design, computed assisted rehabilita- tion systems.
- Non-rigid shape representation For human body, organs, vessels etc.; topics that emphasize the trade offs involved in volumetric or point-based representations
- Endoscopic imaging and analysis for surgical guidance 3D reconstruction using endoscopic imaging to provide guidance to surgical procedures
- Scene representation and modeling for surgical and scanning workflow analysis To localize the physicians and medical devices for workflow analysis during medical scanning as well as surgery and/or enable augmented reality applications
- Scene reconstruction for navigation For navigation and path planning for devices
- Date: Sunday, June 16, 2019
- Time: 01:30p - 6:00p
- Location: tba
To be announced soon.
- Vivek Singh, Siemens Healthineers
- Yao-jen Chang, Siemens Healthineers
- Ankur Kapoor, Siemens Healthineers