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Here you can find the schedule of VCBM 2018. For more details, please follow the link at each session:

Thursday 20th

8:45-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:15 Welcome and Introduction
9:15-10:15 Keynote: “Large-scale precision imaging: from imaging phenomics to in silico trials”,
by Alejandro Frangi
10:15-11:00 UltrasoundChair: Steffen Oeltze
  • Ultrasound Decompression for Large Field-of-View ReconstructionsFull Paper
  • Framework for Fusion of Data- and Model-Based Approaches for Ultrasound Simulation MICCAI invited talk
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
11:30-13:15 Interaction and EvaluationChair: Torsten Kuhlen
  • Interaction Techniques for Immersive CT Colonography: A Professional Assessment MICCAI invited talk
  • ICG based Augmented-Reality-System for Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy Short Paper
  • A prototype Holographic Augmented Reality Interface for Image-Guided Prostate Cancer Interventions Short Paper
  • Visual Analytics in histopathology diagnostics: a protocol-based approachFull Paper
  • Automatic Generation of Web-Based User Studies to Evaluate Depth Perception in Vascular Surface VisualizationsFull Paper
  • A Critical Analysis of the Evaluation Practice in Medical VisualizationFull Paper
13:15-13:30 Posters Fast Forward Chairs: Noeska Smit and Kai Lawonn
  • Cytosplore MTG Viewer: visual analytics for the Allen Institute single cell Nuclear Sequencing data of the human Middle Temporal Gyrus
  • Automatic forensic facial reconstruction based on dense statistics of soft tissue thickness
  • Visual Analysis of Protein Tunnel Traversability by Flexible Ligand
  • Visual Analysis for Understanding Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Foundations for Illustrative and Informative Rendering in the Medical Context
  • Visualization, Classification and Interactive Exploration of Risk Criteria for Cerebral Aneurysms
  • Research Agenda of the Mohn Medical Imaging and Visualization Centre in Bergen, Norway
13:30-14:30 Lunch
14:30-16:30 Head and Brain Chair: Bernhard Preim
  • Annotated dendrograms for neurons from the larval fruit fly brain Full Paper
  • A Multilinear Model for Bidirectional Craniofacial Reconstruction Full Paper
  • Iterative Exploration of Big Brain Network Data Full Paper
  • On Quantifying Local Geometric Structures of Fiber Tracts MICCAI invited talk
  • Progressive and Efficient Multi-Resolution Representations for Brain Tractograms Short Paper
  • Visual Analysis of Evolution of EEG Coherence Networks employing Temporal Multidimensional Scaling Short Paper
  • Introducing CNN-Based Mouse Grim Scale Analysis for Fully Automated Image-Based Assessment of Distress in Laboratory Mice Short Paper
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break / Poster session
17:00-17:45 Deep Learning Chair: Bernhard Kainz
  • Uncertainty-Guided Semi-Automated Editing of CNN-based Retinal Layer Segmentations in Optical Coherence Tomography Full Paper
  • Respond-CAM: Analyzing Deep Models for 3D Imaging Data by Visualizations MICCAI invited talk
19:30-20:30 Albaycin Tour
20:30-… Cocktail Dinner at Carmen de la Victoria



Friday 21st

8:45- 9:45 Cardiovascular Chair: Kai Lawonn
  • A Framework for Visual Comparison of 4D PC-MRI Aortic Blood Flow Data Short Paper
  • A New Vessel Enhancement Transform on Retinal Blood Vessels Segmentation Short Paper
  • Visual Assessment of Vascular Torsion using Ellipse Fitting Short Paper
  • Visual Analysis of Regional Anomalies in Myocardial Motion Full Paper
9:45-11:00 Surfaces Chair: Pere Pau Vazquez
  • Parameterization and Feature Extraction for the Visualization of Tree-like Structures Full Paper
  • Estimation of Muscle Activity in One-Leg Stance from 3D Surface Deformation Full Paper
  • VisualFlatter – Visual Analysis of Distortions in the Projection of Biomedical Structures Full Paper
  • Global and Local Mesh Morphing for Complex Biological Objects from microCT Data Short Paper
11:00-11:30 Poster Session / Coffee Break sponsored by 
11:30-12:30 Biology Chair: Barbora Kozlikova
  • Improving Perception of Molecular Surface visualizations by Incorporating Translucency Effects Full Paper
  • Semantic Screen-Space Occlusion for Multiscale Molecular Visualization Short Paper
  • Visual Exploratory Analysis for Multiple T-Maze Studies Full Paper
12:30-13:30 Capstone: Visual Computing for Neurosciences – Recent trends and challenges,
by Katja Bühler and Torsten Kuhlen
13:30-14:00 Closing Session


MICCAI invited talks

This year, VCBM is collocated with MICCAI. The MICCAI and the VCBM steering committee consider this a great opportunity to establish networks between MICCAI and  the Computer Graphics and Visualization communities. To promote this cross-fertilization, it was decided to give MICCAI papers that have not been selected for a plenary presentation the opportunity to present their work orally at VCBM. A MICCAI/VCBM oral talks selection committee was formed by the paper chairs of VCBM and IPC members of the MICCAI conference. The selection was made based on quality of the paper and suitability of topics relevant to VCBM. Four papers have been selected and will be presented on Thursday 20th of September (marked as * in the above schedule)

The MICCAI/VCBM oral talks selection committee was formed by:

  • Lauren O’Donnell     (Harvard Medical School, USA),
  • Bernhard Kainz       (Imperial College London,UK),
  • Anna Puig Puig      (University of Barcelona, Spain),
  • Thomas Schultz      (University of Bonn, Germany),
  • Anna Vilanova         (TU Delft, The Netherlands)
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