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TumorArcuate.jpg Slicer Hands-On Tutorial, August 11, 2010, North Carolina

Introduction

Two half-day Slicer tutorials will be offered at UNC and Duke University on August 11, 2010. The primary objective of these 2 Slicer tutorial events is to introduce users at both universities to the Slicer environment, with a particular focus on its use for visualization, fiber tracking, and editing.

Schedule

Morning Time @ Duke Afternoon Time @ UNC Topic
08:15-08:30 01:15-01:30
Setup
08:30-09:00 01:30-02:00
Slicer and the NA-MIC Kit (Ron Kikinis)
09:00-09:30 02:00-02:30
Basic Visualization (PDF, PPT) (Ipek Oguz)
09:30-10:00 02:30-03:00
Slicer interactive editing (PDF, PPT) (Steve Pieper)
10:00-10:30 03:00-03:30
Break
10:30-11:00 03:30-04:00
Manual Registration (PDF, PPT) (Julien Finet)
11:00-12:00 04:00-05:00
DTI in Slicer (PDF, PPT) (Martin Styner)


Faculty

Logistics

  • To register for the tutorial @ Duke, please email Allan Johnson: gjohnson at duke.edu
  • Location @ Duke: 1st floor, Room D-106, Levine Science Research Center (LSRC)
  • To register for the tutorial @ UNC, please email Ipek Oguz: ipek at cs.unc.edu
  • Location @ UNC: Brooks Building, Rm 141 (Faculty Conference Room)
    • Map: Go to UNC maps and search for Brooks Building

Preparations

Please complete the following items prior to the workshop.

Software: Please bring your own laptop with the Slicer3.6 version appropriate to the computer you will be bringing to the workshop. The version of Slicer to download will be posted a few days before the event.

Data: Please install the 3D Visualization dataset, the Interactive Editor dataset, Diffusion dataset, and the Manual Registration dataset.

Tutorials: Please download the tutorials in the table above, in PDF or PPT format.

Hardware minimum requirement: 2GB of main memory and graphics hardware acceleration with 256 MB of dedicated graphics memory (nvidia preferred).
Recommended hardware: 4-8GB of main memory and 512MB or more of dedicated graphics memory with a nvidia gpu.

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