Conference  /  02/16/2019  -  02/21/2019

SPIE 2019

The international society for optics and photonics

With an increased focus on fast emerging areas like deep learning, AI, and machine learning the SPIE Medical Imaging is a conference for leading researchers in image processing, physics, computer-aided diagnosis, perception, image-guided procedures, biomedical applications, ultrasound, informatics, radiology and digital pathology.

In 2019 Fraunhofer MEVIS will participate in the following ways:

 

 

Conference Chair

Kensaku Mori, Nagoya University (chair)

Horst Hahn, Fraunhofer MEVIS (co-chair)

Conference 10950, Computer-Aided Diagnosis

Sunday - Wednesday, Feb 17–20 

 

 

Deep Learning Courses

Markus Wenzel / Hans Meine / Volker Dicken

1. “Introduction to Medical Image Analysis using Convolutional Neural Networks"

Full day beginners course (SC1235)

Session Time: Saturday, Feb 16, 8:30 AM

2. “Adversarial Networks: From Architecture to Practical Training"

Advanced Deep Dive, half day course (SC1262)

Session Time: Sunday, Feb 17, 8:30 AM

 

 

Oral Presentation

Annika Hänsch

“Artifact-driven sampling schemes for robust female pelvis CBCT segmentation using deep learning"

Paper 10950-28 (Authors: Annika Hänsch, Volker Dicken, Jan Klein, Tomasz Morgas, Benjamin Haas, Horst K. Hahn)

Session Name: Conference 10950, Session 6, Abdomen                                                                  

Session  Time: Monday, Feb 18, 10:10 – 10:30 AM

Room: Golden West

 

 

Oral Presentation

Jennifer Nitsch

“Neural-network-based automatic segmentation of cerebral ultrasound images for improving image-guided neurosurgery"

Paper 10951-58 (Authors: Jennifer Nitsch, Jan Klein, Jan Hendrik Moltz, Dorothea Miller, Ulrich Sure, Ron Kikinis, Hans Meine)

Session Name:  Conference 10951, Session 11, Image Segmentation and Classification                                                                

Session  Time: Tuesday, Feb 19, 04:30 – 04:50 PM

Room: California

 

 

Workshop: Live Demonstrations

Horst Hahn

(Workshop Chairs: Dr. Horst K. Hahn, Fraunhofer MEVIS; Dr. Lubomir Hadjiiski, University of Michigan Health System (UMHS))

Session Name: Conference 10950, WK 3 computer-aided diagnosis, Workshop (after Session 11)

Session Time: Thursday, Feb 19, 5:00 – 07:00 PM

Room: Golden West

 

Live Demonstrations:

Volker Dicken

“Quantitative and qualitative methods for efficient evaluation of multiple 3D organ segmentations”

(Volker Dicken, Annika Hänsch, Jan Moltz, Benjamin Haas, Thomas Coradi,
Tomasz Morgas, and Jan Klein)

Jan Hendrik Moltz

"A toolkit for efficient contouring and segmentation editing in 3D images" 

(Jan Hendrik Moltz)

Markus Wenzel

"QuantMed – An Infrastructure for Data-Driven Knowledge Extraction"

(Daniel Demedts, Annika Hänsch, Jan Klein, Alexander Köhn,
Florian Link, Hans Meine, Markus T. Wenzel)

 

 

Oral Presentation

Jan Hendrik Moltz

“Stability of radiomic features of liver lesions from manual delineation in CT scans”

Paper 10950-68  (Author: Jan Moltz)

Session Name: Conference 10950, Session 14, Radiomics III and Oncology

Session Time: Wednesday, Feb 20, 01:20 – 01:40 PM

Room: Golden West

 

Oral Presentation

Volker Dicken

“Quantitative and qualitative methods for efficient evaluation of multiple 3D organ segmentations”

Paper 10949-39 (Authors: Volker Dicken, Annika Haensch, Jan Moltz, Benjamin Haas, Thomas Coradi, Tomasz Morgas, Jan Klein)

Session Name: Conference 10949, Session 8, Classification

Session Time: Wednesday, Feb 20, 04:50 – 05:10 PM

Room: San Diego

 

Oral Presentation

Alessa Hering

“Unsupervised learning for large motion thoracic CT follow-up registration”

Paper 10949-47 (Authors: Alessa Hering, Stefan Heldmann)

Session Name: Conference 10949, Session 10, Registration and Motion

Session Time: Thursday, Feb 21, 10:30 – 10:50 AM

Room: San Diego

 

 

We are looking forward to meeting you, to present our software portfolio and to discuss technological advances.