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Summary

The meeting was successfully concluded. Over 80 attended the main meeting, while 50+ attended the workshops. ~45 attended the programming activities. A summary of the programming week activities is available here.

Logistics:Dates, Location/Hotel

Dates

  • Jan 8: Workshop
  • Jan 9-10: AHM
  • Jan 10-11-12-13: Programming Half Week

Location/Hotel The AHM will once again be held at the Hotel Monaco in Salt Lake City, Utah. Please call them at 1-877-294-9710 to make reservations.

Registration

If you are planning to attend any of the AHM or related activities, please fill out this what it was last year.

List of Registered Attendees

This is a list of all those who have already registered for the meeting. If you have not registered yet, please follow the AHM 2006 Registered Attendee List - Please do not edit.

Agenda

'Note to all presenters: please use the following NA-MIC Powerpoint Template to prepare your presentations, and upload your presentations on the wiki prior to the conclusion of the meeting. '

Some notes for the content of each of the meetings (that were previously on this page) are available here.

| | 08:00-12:00pm | 1:00-5:30PM
Sunday Jan 8 Monday Jan 9 Tuesday Jan 10 Wednesday Jan 11 Thursday Jan 12 Friday Jan 13
Workshop All Hands Meeting + External Advisory Bd Programming Half Week Programming Half Week Programming Half Week

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07:30-8:00AM Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast

Parallel Sessions:

ITK for developers

User Group Session

(10:30am Coffee Break)

8-8:30am Introduction (RK, text)

8:30-9:30am Core 1 Update (WELG, slides)

9:30-10:30am Core 2 Update (BL, slides)

10:30-11am Coffee Break

11-11:30am Dissemination Update(TK, slides)

11:30am-12pm Training Update (SPu, slides)

8-8:30am Copyrights and Licenses (SPi, slides)

8:30-8:45am Training Plans (RG, slides)

8:45-9am Dissemination Plans (TK, slides)

9-10am Core 1 & 3 Plans (WELG, MS, SPo, slides)

10-10:30am NIH SDWIG Update (PL, slides)

10:30-11am Coffee Break

11am-12pm fMRI discussion (PG, AS, JHF Summary

8-10am Introduce each project and team using template

10:00-10:30 Coffee 10:30-12pm Slicer 3 projects kickoff meeting; Other Projects: Programming

8am-noon Programming

10:30 Data-Execition Model / Grid / Pipeline

8-10:30am Programming

10:30am-12:00pm Summarize results using template |-

12:00-1:00PM Sun Lunch Mon Lunch Tues Lunch Wed Lunch Thur Lunch Fri Lunch

1-4:30pm Validation Workshop

(3-3:30pm Coffee Break)

4:30-5:30pm Neuroanatomy for Computer Scientists- an informal seminar session (RG, JHF)

6:00-... Slicer3 Data Model Dinner (SP, LI, AY, GK, others welcome)

1-2pm Core 3.1 update

(MS, slides, AJS, slides)

2-2:45pm Core 3.2 update (SPo, slides)

2:45-3:15pm Coffee Break

3:15-4:00pm Core 1/Core 3 Projects (WELG, MS, slides)

4:00-5:00pm NA-MIC Framework for Validation (RG, GG, RW, DT, slides)

6:30-7:30 Meshing discussion

1pm: EAB Meeting for Site PIs, Paris B


1-1:15pm All non-EAB meeting Participants meet in Paris A

Parallel Sessions:

1:15-1:2pm Programming Week: Introductions of Core 2 members and their expertise

2-2:30pm Programming Week: Setup working areas for teams

2:30-5:30pm Programming Week: start working!


2:30-3:30pm Slicer User workshop (KP, SPu, File:Demo.ppt), Bombay Room

3:30-5pm LONI Pipeline for Users, Bombay Room

1-2pm BWH Tensor Processing (GK, File:D-bwh-dwi.ppt)

2-5:30pm Programming

1-2:30pm NA-MIC Software Process (AC, Slides)

2:30-5:30pm Programming

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'Note to all presenters: please use the following NA-MIC Powerpoint Template to prepare your presentations, and upload your presentations on the wiki prior to the conclusion of the meeting. '

Pictures

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