[robotics-worldwide] CFP for Modeling in Medical Robotics and Computer-Integrated Surgery

Gregory Hager hager at cs.jhu.edu
Wed May 27 13:43:49 PDT 2009



Please find below a CFP that should be of interest to the medical  
robotic community.
Submissions describing the development of context-aware surgical  
robots, the modeling or monitoring of surgical procedures based on  
robots' sensor information, or the usage of robots in the data capture  
or evaluation of surgical skills, are highly welcomed.


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CALL FOR PAPERS
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1st workshop on 'Modeling and Monitoring of Computer Assisted  
Interventions (M2CAI)'
20 September 2009, in conjunction with MICCAI, London, UK
Web: http://campwww.informatik.tu-muenchen.de/M2CAI09

Important Dates
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5 June 2009: Paper due
20 July 2009: Notification of acceptance
5 August 2009: Camera ready version

Organizers
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Gregory Hager, CIRL, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA
Pierre Jannin, VisAGeS, Université de Rennes, Rennes, France
Nassir Navab, CAMP, Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany
Nicolas Padoy, CAMP, Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany

Scope
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The first workshop on 'Modeling and Monitoring of Computer Assisted
Interventions (M2CAI)' aims at establishing a forum for discussing
advanced methods for acquisition, analysis, modeling and monitoring of
surgical / interventional procedures. These methods often aim at
explicit representation, formal understanding and statistical modeling
of the interventions. This new research field promises the design of a
new generation of context-aware, dedicated and adaptive Computer
Assisted Intervention (CAI) systems and solutions.

Topics
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Addressed topics include, but are not limited to:

* Automatic surgery documentation
* Context-aware operating rooms
* Context-aware surgical robots
* Modeling/Representation of surgical procedures
* Modeling for surgical simulation and training
* Modeling for surgical workflow evaluation and optimization
* Recognition of surgical steps / actions / events
* Semantic analysis of surgical interventions
* Surgical sensor networks
* Surgical skill assessment
* Surgical workflow mining

More information available on the website.

Gregory D. Hager, Professor
The Johns Hopkins University
Department of Computer Science
121 CSEB, 3400 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
Tel: 410-516-5521
Fax: 410-516-4410
Email: hager at cs.jhu.edu
http://cirl.lcsr.jhu.edu/




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