Collaboration:Workshop July 20 2005

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Georgia Tech (Core 1) & UNC (Core 1) Collaboration

Logistics

Date: July 20, 2005
Place: Georgia Tech
Attendees:
UNC

  1. Guido Gerig
  2. Martin Styner
  3. Isabelle Corouge
  4. Christine Xu
  5. Casey Goodlett

Georgia Tech

  1. Allen Tannenbaum
  2. Eli Hershkovits
  3. Oleg Michailovich
  4. Marc Niethammer
  5. Patricio Vela
  6. Samuel Dambreville
  7. Xavier LeFaucheur
  8. John Melonakos
  9. Delphine Nain
  10. Eric Pichon
  11. Gallagher Pryor
  12. Yogesh Rathi
  13. Tauseef Rehman
  14. Julien Traisnel
  15. Jimi Malcolm
  16. Ramsey Al-hakim

Agenda

Wednesday, July 20, 2005
10:30-11am UNC group arrives. Informal discussions.
11-12:30pm

Presentations:

  • Jimi, Xavier, Tausseef (15min): Short introductions
  • Eric (30): Direction dependent active contours, tractography
  • Delphine (30): Shape
  • Oleg (30): Smoothing, inverse pbs, US
12:30-1:30pm

Lunch (pizza) & Presentations:

  • Ramsey (20): Rule based segmentation, area 46, collaboration with Dr. Fallon
  • John (20): A Plan for Analyzing Brain Connectivity
  • Eli (20): Genetics, bio-info
1:30-3pm

Presentations:

  • Marc (30): Dynamic Curve Evolution and Filtering
  • Julien (20): Stochastic actve contours
  • Samuel (20): Kernel PCA in levelset framework
  • Yogesh (20): Particle filters
3-4pm UNC Presentations
4-5pm

Breakout Session (in parallel):

  • DTI (Guido, Isabelle, Casey / Eric, John, Xavier)
  • Shape (Martin, Christine / Delphine, Sam, Yogesh)
5pm UNC group returns to airport.

Collaboration: Action Items

UNC

  • Will provide high res DTI data sets for Georgia Tech.
  • Will provide 10 datasets from a single patient on different scanners (availability has to be checked first)
  • Investigation of Hypothesis Testing methodology (UNC) (analysis of low sample size, high dimensionality features) for non-linear feature spaces (GT, wavelet coefficients).
  • Extension of STAPLE-technique to surfaces (UNC) using laplacian-equation based one-to-one surface correspondence (GT)

GT

  • Currently investigating the problem of area preserving, conformal maps as presented by Allen.
  • Currently investigating the application of genetics to the NA-MIC problem.

Pictures

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GT & UNC 5