Events: Johns Hopkins University Seminar April 2011

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A one-day Slicer tutorial will be held at Johns Hopkins University on Tuesday, April 5, 2011. The primary objective of this event is to introduce users to the Slicer environment, with a particular focus on 3D modelling and Diffusion Tensor Imaging.


Tentative Agenda

  • 3:00-3:30 pm Coffee Break
  • 3:30-4:00 pm Additional Slicer functionalities: Fiducials, 4D Imaging (Nicole Aucoin)
  • 4:00-4:15 pm Slicer4 update (Ron Kikinis)
  • 4:15-4:45 pm Questions from the audience and concluding remarks


  • Date: April 5, 2011
  • Location: Institute for Computational Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
  • Registration: To sign-up for this event, please fill in the registration form and send it by e-mail to Kathryn Hayes (hayes at before April 1st.

Room Configuration - Clark 314

24 port switch, wireless, two LCD projectors and screens, 6 power strips available for additional power.

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  • Hardware The workshop combines oral presentations and instructor-led hands-on sessions with the participants working on their own laptop computers.

All participants are required to come with their own laptop computer and install the software and datasets prior to the event. A minimum of 1 GB of RAM (4 GB is better) and a graphic accelerator with 64mb (512MB is better) of on-board graphic memory are required. Shared memory graphics boards have significantly poorer performance.

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.

For questions related to the workshop, please send an e-mail to Sonia Pujol (spujol at

Slicer3 Training Survey

Click here to take the Slicer3 Training Survey


  1. Kathleen Friel, PhD, Columbia University Medical Center
  2. Joseph G. Hennessey, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
  3. Paweena U-Thainual, Johns Hopkins University
  4. Ann Majewicz, Johns Hopkins University
  5. Nathan Cho, Johns Hopkins University
  6. Seth Billings, Johns Hopkins University
  7. Reza Seifabadi, MSc, Johns Hopkins University
  8. Shoko Yoshida, MD, Johns Hopkins University
  9. Chunwoo Kim, Johns Hopkins University
  10. Siamak Ardekani, Johns Hopkins University
  11. Michael Bowers, Johns Hopkins University
  12. Ehsan Azimi, Johns Hopkins University
  13. Tian Xia, Johns Hopkins University
  14. Johnny Hsu, Johns Hopkins University
  15. Piyawan Moonjaita, Johns Hopkins University

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