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Introduction

A three day Slicer training will be held at the University of Szeged with multiple focuses. Activities will include

  • introduction to imaging-related medical research at the University of Szeged
  • Slicer hands-on training
  • introduction to Slicer programming

It will span three days, from the Monday 26th of September 2011 to Wednesday the 28th.

Faculty

Local organizing contact:

Attila Nagy PhD, Department of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, Szeged, Hungary

attila (at) orl.szote.u-szeged.hu

Visiting scientist:

Steve Pieper PhD, Isomics Inc., Boston, MA, USA

pieper (at) bwh.harvard.edu

Preliminary program

Monday, the 26th of September

Presentations to be held in the afternoon hours, from 14:00 p.m. Presentation titles may change.

  • 14:00-14:05 Opening
  • 14:05-14:30 Steve Pieper PhD: Introduction to Slicer (Slides)
  • 14:30-14:40 Attila Nagy PhD, Attila Tanács PhD*, László Szakács MD, Ferenc Tóth PhD, János Jarabin MD, László Rovó MD PhD, József Géza Kiss habil. PhD (Dept. of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, *Dept. of Image Processing and Computer Graphics, University of Szeged): 3D Slicer’s use in audiology (abstract) (slides) (Office 2010 and the free xvid codec are needed for the embedded videos to play correctly!)
  • 14:40-14:50 Kincses Zsigmond Tamás MD, PhD, Szabó N., Vécsei L.: Brain structural and functional connectivity in health and disease (Dept. of Neurology, University of Szeged, ICRC, St Anne's University Hospital, Brno, Czech Republic) (abstract)
  • 14:50-15:00 László Szakács MD, Gábor Vass MD, Ildikó Kiss* PhD, Attila Nagy L. PhD, Ildikó Hudi MD, József Géza Kiss habil. PhD, László Rovó habil. MD PhD , József Jóri habil MD PhD (University of Szeged Dept. of Oto-Rhino- Laryngology and Head- Neck Surgery, * University of Szeged, Euromedic Hungary Ltd.): Virtual imaging – for planning and evaluation in head and neck surgery (slides) (Office 2010 and the free xvid codec are needed for the embedded videos to play correctly!)
  • 15:00-15:10 Béres Mónika, Spisák T., Emri M., Jakab A., Berényi E.: Brain Registration and Multipurpose Postprocessing using BrainLoc (Dept. of Biomedical Laboratory and Imaging Sciences; University of Debrecen) (abstract) (slides)
  • 15:10-15:20 Anita Must MD PhD, Zoltán Janka MD PhD: Visualizing the medial temporal lobe in the context of relational encoding (University of Szeged, Department of Psychiatry) (abstract) (slides)
  • 15:20-15:30 Botond K. Szabó,Peter Aspelin, Maria Kristoffersen-Wiberg: Image segmentation methods for dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI of the breast (Department of Radiology, University of Szeged, Division of Diagnostic Radiology, Center for Surgical Sciences, Karolinska Institutet, Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden) (abstract) (slides)
  • 15:30-15:40 Ilona Mátéka, László Ruskó, Zoltán Váradi, András Kriston, Gyula Molnár:Liver segments - study on intra-operator variability (abstract) (slides)

Tuesday, the 27th of September

Slicer hands-on tutorial to be held at the Department of Medical Physics and Medical Informatics.

At least one ~1.5 hour occasion is planned during the day, from 14:00 p.m. The rooms have 15 personal computers, Slicer will be preinstalled. If there are more than around 15-17 people interested, one more occasion can be added, in the morning hours, from 10:00 or 11:00 a.m.

The rooms have a projector, so on this occasion we will have the possibility to practice general (or more specialized if there is a need!) Slicer usage.

It is a good idea to bring a laptop if possible, since - if there are more interested than about 15 persons - we may run out of computers. In this case, Slicer should be preinstalled, see the download page at slicer.org

Tutorial Slides:

Wednesday, the 28th of September

Under the umbrella of the Department of Image Processing and Computer Graphics, University of Szeged. Please find the details on the locations below. Developer tools provided on classroom computers.

After about an hour introduction seminar to Slicer's programmatic background (C++, Python, VTK, ITK, CMake, programming styles, etc) from 10:30 am. to 11:30 am., participants will have the possibility to learn how to write and integrate a plug-in to 3D Slicer using python: this will be a "Hello World" tutorial for an image processing filter on volumetric data with an automatically generated user interface. This latter will take place from 14:00 pm. to 16:00 pm. Should some interest arise, more specific topics can be added. In this case please don't hesitate to contact Attila Nagy (see contact info above)


Lecture Slides:

Tutorial Slides:

Logistics

Since we are still at the planning stage, this information will be updated later, Please check back frequently!

Monday's planned location is the Szeged Building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (SZAB székház). location

Tueasday's Location will be at the Department of Medical Physics and Medical Informatics, see this link on where it is situated.

On Wednesday the seminar will take place in the Seminar Room 202, Department of Informatics, Szeged, Árpád tér 2. The programming tutorial will take place in the Image Processing Lab Room I12, Irinyi Kabinet, Department of Informatics, Szeged, Tisza Lajos krt. 103.

Slicer Community

Participants are invited to join the Slicer user and Slicer developer community prior to the workshop, for questions and feature requests related to the software.

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Registrants

  1. Steve Pieper, Isomics
  2. Attila Nagy, University of Szeged
  3. Mónika Béres, University of Debrecen
  4. József Géza Kiss, University of Szeged
  5. Ferenc Bari, University of Szeged
  6. Kázmér Kovács
  7. Anita Must, University of Szeged
  8. Krzysztof Pawlak, Biological Research Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  9. Boglárka Török
  10. Attila Tanács, University of Szeged
  11. Gergely Orsi, University of Pécs
  12. Gábor Perlaki, University of Pécs
  13. Anett Szilvia Nagy, University of Pécs
  14. Arnold Tóth, University of Pécs
  15. Gergely Darnai, University of Pécs
  16. Bernadett Tuka, University of Szeged
  17. Eszter Tóth, University of Szeged
  18. Nikoletta Szabó, University of Szeged
  19. Botond K. Szabó, University of Szeged
  20. Ilona Mátéka, University of Szeged
  21. Ferenc Tóth, University of Szeged
  22. László Rovó, University of Szeged
  23. László Szakács, University of Szeged
  24. Ádám Perényi, University of Szeged
  25. Janaki Hadzsiev, University of Kaposvár
  26. Tamás Donkó, University of Kaposvár
  27. László Almási, University of Szeged
  28. Ervin Tánczos, University of Szeged
  29. Ádám Hulmán, University of Szeged
  30. Kornél Kálmán, University of Szeged
Wedesday's programming event
  1. Almási Dénes Attila, University of Szeged
  2. Berta Árpád, University of Szeged
  3. Berta Gábor, University of Szeged
  4. Danner Gábor, University of Szeged
  5. Donáth Attila, University of Szeged
  6. Dudás Zoltán, University of Szeged
  7. Fábián András, University of Szeged
  8. Flammer Tamás, University of Szeged
  9. Juhász Endre, University of Szeged
  10. Kálmán Kornél Dávid, University of Szeged
  11. Ledán-Muntean Szilárd, University of Szeged
  12. Ördög Zoltán, University of Szeged
  13. Schnádenberger Gábor, University of Szeged
  14. Urbán Szabolcs, University of Szeged
  15. Váradi Zoltán, University of Szeged
  16. Varjas Viktor, University of Szeged

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