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Computer Aided Medical Procedures II Lecture with excercises 2+2 SWS / 5 ECTS
From Inseparable pairs to Inseparable Triplets • After development of PET, CT and MR the “inseparable pairs” of Physician-Physicist were formed in almost all hospitals between 1970-1990! • Multitude of new systems, tools and large sets of heterogeneous data requires “inseparable triplets” of physicians, physicists, and Computer Scientist in order to provide SOLUTIONS!
Intended Audience • Desired prerequisites: • Interest and basic knowledge in image processing (not necessarily acquired through CAMP lecture) • Interest in algorithmic/implementation aspects • Ability to work in small teams * Knowledge of Matlab is not required (but could be beneficial) • Benefits • Deep insight in medical image computing • Ability to implement solutions for computer aided medical procedures
Topics • Introduction to Matlab (~ 1 week) • Filtering Operations (~ 2 weeks) • Segmentation (~ 2 weeks) • Transformations, Calibration, and Point-Based Registration (~ 3 weeks) • Advanced Registration (~ 2 weeks) • Visualization and Navigation (~ 1 week) • Conclusion and Exam (~ 1 week)
Topics :: Segmentation Movies from J.A. Sethian (UC Berkeley), http://math.berkeley.edu/~sethian/
Topics :: Segmentation Movie from Bernhard Geiger (Siemens Corporate Research)
Topics :: Registration Screenshots by CAMP
Weekly Organization • Problem introduction • Guided implementation • Matlab-equipped lab • Defined implementation goals • Supervised implementation in groups of 2 students • Evaluation
Further Information • http://campar.in.tum.de/ • Teaching • Summer Term 2007 • Lectures • Computer Aided Medical Procedures II