Fraunhofer MEVIS at CARS 2020

June 24, 2020

The 34th International Congress and Exhibition for Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS) will take place in Munich between June 23 and 27. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the CARS 2020 will be mainly virtually.

Fraunhofer MEVIS is represented at this year's CARS with six oral presentations in five scientific sessions:

Wednesday, June 24

Joachim Georgii: "Patient-specific Modelling and Simulation of Knee Joint Motion using Position-Based Dynamics" (Session: Image-guided Orthopedic Interventions and Applications, 16:00)

Thursday, June 25

Felix Thielke: "Automatic Determination of Patient-Individual Liver Segments Using Neural Networks" (Session: AI for CAD – Other Organs, 10:45)

Lars Walczak: "Interactive Editing of Virtual Chordae Tendineae for the Simulation of the Mitral Valve in a Decision Support System" (Session: Innovations in Cardiovascular Intervention Support, 15:00)

Sonja Jäckle: "3D Guidance including Shape Sensing of a Stentgraft System for Endovascular Aneurysm Repair" (Session: Innovations in Cardiovascular Intervention Support, 15:15)

Friday, June 26

Hannah Strohm: "Deep-learning Based Reconstruction of Ultrasound Images from Raw Channel Data" (Session: Medical Imaging, 8:00)

Luca Canalini: "Enhanced Registration of Ultrasound Volumes by Segmentation of Resection Cavity in Neurosurgical Procedures" (Session: Imaging Informatics – Segmentation, 10:15)