2015 Winter Project Week
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The 20th PROJECT EVENT It was held June 23-27, 2014 at MIT. It recorded 44 registered attendees, who worked on 42 projects. These attendees represented 11 academic sites (Brigham and Women’s Hospital, CNMS, Massachusetts General Hospital, University of Utah, University of Iowa, University of Michigan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Queen’s University, University of Kiel, Imperial College, Robarts Institute) and 4 companies (GE Global Research, Kitware, Koh Young, Isomics Inc).
A summary of all past Project Events.
Note of Remembrance
This project week is dedicated to Ferenc Jolesz MD, leader and mentor to many in the image guided therapy community. There is a tribute page to Ferenc for people who want to share their thoughts.
Founded in 2005, the National Alliance for Medical Image Computing (NAMIC), was chartered with building a computational infrastructure to support biomedical research as part of the NIH funded NCBC program. The work of this alliance has resulted in important progress in algorithmic research, an open source medical image computing platform 3D Slicer, built using VTK, ITK, CMake, and CDash, and the creation of a community of algorithm researchers, biomedical scientists and software engineers who are committed to open science. This community meets twice a year in an event called Project Week.
Project Week is a semi-annual event which draws 80-120 researchers. As of August 2014, it is a MICCAI endorsed event. The participants work collaboratively on open-science solutions for problems that lie on the interfaces of the fields of computer science, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, and medicine. In contrast to conventional conferences and workshops the primary focus of the Project Weeks is to make progress in projects (as opposed to reporting about progress). The objective of the Project Weeks is to provide a venue for this community of medical open source software creators. Project Weeks are open to all, are publicly advertised, and are funded through fees paid by the attendees. Participants are encouraged to stay for the entire event.
Project Week activities: Everyone shows up with a project. Some people are working on the platform. Some people are developing algorithms. Some people are applying the tools to their research problems. We begin the week by introducing projects and connecting teams. We end the week by reporting progress. In addition to the ongoing working sessions, breakout sessions are organized ad-hoc on a variety of special topics. These topics include: discussions of software architecture, presentations of new features and approaches and topics such as Image-Guided Therapy.
Several funded projects use the Project Week as a place to convene and collaborate. These include NAC, NCIGT, QIICR, and OCAIRO. The next event in this ongoing series will occur in Barcelona, Spain in June 2015.
This project week is an event endorsed by the MICCAI society.
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- Dates: January 5-9, 2015.
- Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
- REGISTRATION: Please click here to register online before December 24, 2014. All participants must pay a registration fee 550 USD, which covers our catering and facilities costs.
- Venue: The venue for the meeting is the Marriott City Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. You can book online, by clicking here. The room rate for the meeting is 149 USD per night.
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| Breakfast |
||9-10am: Breakout Session: CIP (Raul San Jose)
|9-10am: Breakout Session:QIICR and DICOM (Andrey Fedorov, Steve Pieper)
| Project Activities
|9am: Project Presentations|
| Coffee |
|10:30-12:00||Neurosurgical Ultrasound Breakout|| Project Activities
| Boxed Lunch and Adjourn |
|1:00-3:00|| A tribute to Ferenc Jolesz
|3:00-5:00||3:15-4pm: Breakout Session: Segmentations
| 3:15-4pm: Breakout Session: Infrastructure (JC, Steve, Alex, Hans, Raul)
|05:00-07:00||6:00 Optional: Beer at Murphy's (like last year)|
- Review of data from recent AMIGO US/MR neurosurgery (Steve Pieper, Jim Miller, Alireza Mehrtash, Sandy Wells, Tina Kapur, Ron Kikinis)
- Tracked ultrasound benchtop experimental system for neurosurgery (Steve Pieper, Jim Miller)
- A modified distance for measuring the similarity between fiber tracts (Ruizhi Liao, Lauren O'Donnell)
- Performance of UKF tractography in edema (Ruizhi Liao, Lauren O'Donnell)
- Workflow for prostate navigation and its components (Peter Behringer, Andriy Fedorov)
- Image-based Needle Detection from MRI (Andre Mastmeyer, Guillaume Pernelle, Tina Kapur, Steve Pieper, Ron Kikinis)
- Needle Finder Tutorial (Gao Yang, Andre Mastmeyer, Guillaume Pernelle, Tina Kapur)
- Workflow for percutaneous needle place (Bamshad Azizi, Li Ming, Li Ye, Kevin Cleary)
- Application of consumer virtual reality devices in creating environments for diagnostic radiology (Franklin King, Steve Pieper)
- Summary statistics versus distributions: evaluating improved ability to detect clinical differences using DTI (Anuja Sharma, Guido Gerig)
- Aortic valve replacement using tracked 3D ultrasound (Adam Rankin)
- Communication Protocol for Optical Tracking with Surface Scan (Junichi Tokuda, Sangyong Kim, ByungHyun Cho, Brian Nini, Nobuhiko Hata)
- SlicerCIP Extension (Alex Yarmakovich, Jorge Onieva, Raul San Jose)
- Lung nodule sizing tool (Raul San Jose)
- Density Inspector (Alex Yarmakovich, Raul San Jose, Jorge Onieva)
- Pulmonary Artery/Aorta measuring tool (Jorge Onieva, Rola Harmouche, German Gonzalez)
- Picasa Snap: tagging your favorite slicer snapshots (Jorge Onieva)
- Feature Extraction on ROIs based on Particles (Raul San Jose, James Ross)
- CIP analysis pipelines in Nipype (Rola Harmouche, James Ross, Alex Yarmakovich)
- Supervised fissure enhancement (James Ross, German Gonzalez, Rola Harmouche)
- Organ detection with OpenCV (German Gonzalez, James Ross, Raul San Jose)
- PREDICT-HD Longitudinal Shape Analysis (Regina EY Kim, James Fishbaugh, Hans Johnson)
- Measurement and visualization using white matter hierarchies in Slicer (Alexander Yarmarkovich, Lauren O'Donnell)
- Small lung nodule differential diagnosis using 3D Slicer (Li Ming, Jay Jagadeesan)
- Segmentation object and enhanced multiframe object IO in DCMTK and Slicer (Steve, Andrey, Michael)
- T1 mapping for variable flip angle (Artem, Xiao, Andrey)
- Representation of Iowa QIN data using DICOM (Andrey, Christian Bauer, Steve Pieper)
- Whole Body PET/CT Reference Region segmentation (Christian Bauer)
- Bolus Arrival Time (BAT) Estimation in PK Modelling (Alireza Mehrtash, Andriy Fedorov, Jim Miller)
- DICOM Module Improvements (Alireza Mehrtash, Andriy Fedorov, Ron Kikinis, Steve Pieper)
- Slice View Annotations (Alireza Mehrtash, Andriy Fedorov, Steve Pieper)
- 3D SIFT Feature Visualization in Slicer (Matthew Toews, Steve Pieper, Nicole Aucoin, Andriy Fedorov, Raul San Jose, William Wells)
- Experimental tract-based cortical clustering (Lauren O'Donnell, William Wells)
- PET Tumor Segmentation (Christian Bauer)
TMJOA RO1 - Collaboration with NAMIC
- Display of point data vectors on Slicer models (Francois Budin, Steve Pieper)
- Micro and Macro Scale in Slicer (Nicole Aucoin, Jim Miller, Bradley Lowekamp)
- Markups (Nicole Aucoin)
- Segmentations (Csaba Pinter)
- DICOM references (Andrey Fedorov, Csaba Pinter, Steve Pieper)
- Open Atlas (Bill Lorensen)
- Remove ITKv3 Compatibility for 64-bit image support (Bradley Lowekamp, Hans Johnson, Bill Lorensen, JC)
- ITK Composed Versor Transforms (Bradley Lowekamp, Hans Johnson, Jim Miller)
Do not add your name to this list - it is maintained by the organizers based on your paid registration.
- Nicole Aucoin :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Bamshad Azizi Koutenaei :: Children's National Health System
- Christian Bauer :: University of Iowa
- Peter Behringer :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Francois Budin :: University of North Carolina
- Xiao Da :: Massachusetts General Hospital
- Andriy Fedorov :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin :: Kitware, Inc.
- James Fishbaugh :: University of Utah
- Yang Gao :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- German Gonzalez :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Rola Harmouche :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Hans Johnson :: University of Iowa
- Tina Kapur :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Ron Kikinis :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Eun Young Regina Kim :: University of Iowa
- Sangyong Kim :: Kohyoung Techonology
- Franklin King :: Queen's University
- Byunghyun Cho Koh :: Young Technology Inc.
- Ming Li :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Ye Li :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Ruizhi Liao :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Julia Lopinto :: University of Michigan
- Bill Lorensen :: Bill's Basement
- Bradley Lowekamp :: Medical Science & Computing Inc.
- Lucie Macron :: University of Michigan
- Artem Mamonov :: Massachusetts General Hospital
- Andre Mastmeyer :: University of Keil
- Alireza Mehrtash :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- James Miller :: General Electric
- Lauren O'Donnell :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Jorge Onieva :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Guillaume Pernelle :: Imperial College London
- Steve Pieper :: Isomics, Inc.
- Csaba Pinter :: Queen's University
- Adam Rankin :: Robarts Research Institute
- James Ross :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Raul San Jose Estepar :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Anuja Sharma :: University of Utah
- Matthew Toews :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Junichi Tokuda :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Bo Wang :: University of Utah
- Sandy Wells :: Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Alexander Yarmarkovich :: Brigham and Women's Hospital