[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] Call for Contributions: Hamlyn workshop on Cognitive Surgical Robotics

Paolo Fiorini paolo.fiorini at univr.it
Mon May 12 05:49:13 PDT 2014


The Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics
Workshop on Cognitive Surgical Robotics

Date: Saturday, 12th July 2014

Venue: SALC Room No TBC, Seminar & Learning Centre, 5th Floor, Sherfield Building, Imperial College 
London, SW7 2AZ
Location: No 22 on the South Kensington Campus
Website: http://ubimon.doc.ic.ac.uk/Hamlyn2014/m1818.html

Workshop Aims:
Cognitive Surgical Robotics addresses the broad research area that involves the integration of 
advanced cognitive capabilities into robot-assisted surgical procedure. Examples of cognitive 
features are surgical workflow analysis, situation awareness, and automatic task execution. This 
workshop follows other successful workshops on similar topics held in Heidelberg in January 2012, 
Milano in July 2012, Karlsruhe in May 2013 and at the 2013 Hamlyn Symposium. These past events 
established the ground of cognitive robotics for surgery, and the current workshop aims at reviewing 
the results achieved so far and at discussing the scientific and clinical perspective of adding 
cognitive features to robotic surgery.
We will bring together young and senior scientists, company developers and end users to bridge the 
existing gaps between technology and its application to real cases. Through the workshop, the end 
users will present practical requirements and technologists will share their latest ideas and results.
The workshop will consist of invited talks from prominent experts in the field and peer-reviewed 
contributions submitted to the workshop. At the end of the workshop we will prepare a report on the 
critical factors in translation research to stimulate a cooperation among all stakeholders.

Workshop Co-Chairs:
• Paolo Fiorini, University of Verona, Italy
• Joerg Raczkowsky, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Topics to be covered:
• Patient centered and modular surgical robot design
• Surgical robots technology assessment and safety
• Knowledge- and Model-Based Surgery
• Perception – Interpretation - Action
• Endorobotics and telerobotics for MIS
• Semantics for robotic surgery
• Context-aware surgical assistance
• The role of the training in robotic surgery
• Surgical workflow analysis, skills assessment and monitoring

Schedule of open call for submissions:
• May 2nd Call for paper/ poster
• May 30th Abstract submission
• June 20th Notification of acceptance

-- 
Prof. Paolo Fiorini, PhD
IEEE Fellow
Department of Computer Science, University of Verona
Ca' Vignal 2 - Strada Le Grazie 15,  37134 VERONA - Italy
Ph: +39 045 802 7963 -- Fax: +39 045 802 7068
http://profs.sci.univr.it/~fiorini

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