- New findings in automated GBM volumetry, extent of resection and residual tumor
- Porz et al. PlosOne2016 – Fully Automated Enhanced Tumor Compartmentalization: Man vs. Machine Reloaded
- Introducing FASTER – Fully automated stroke tissue estimation using random forest classifiers
- Miccai award
- Brain Lesions Workshop Miccai 2016
Category Archives: research
Did you know? New version of Statismo has been released! improved modularisation, build system, Gaussian Processes, etc. Take a look https://github.com/statismo/statismo
Did you know that the talks from the invited speakers at the shape Symposium 2014 are available online? Thanks to the speakers for the great presentations! http://www.shapesymposium.org/#speakers Martin Styner: Structural Shape Analysis via the NA-MIC Shape Toolkit Tobias Heimann: Statistical Shape Models … Continue reading
did you know? Videos of the lectures are available! : http://www.college-de-france.fr/site/en-nicholas-ayache/p1377694825995_content.htm Enjoy!
The first annual symposium in Statistical Shape Models and Applications took place last June 11-13. Proceedings are available: http://www.shapesymposium.org and congratulations to the winners of best poster, oral presentation, and shape competition!
Recent publication: “Multi-Modal Glioblastoma Segmentation: Man versus Machine” http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0096873 And did you know the software tool, BraTumIA, is available for research purposes? http://www.istb.unibe.ch/content/research/medical_image_analysis/software/index_eng.html#bratumia
Don’t forget to register to the Biomedical Engineering Day 2014 of the University of Bern and Bern University of Applied Sciences. May 16, 2014, 9.30 am-5 pm, Auditorium Ettore Rossi Inselspital Bern, Switzerland http://bmeday.swiss-meeting.org/2014/
Shape will bring experts from industry and academia to build the future of statistical shape modeling. The shape symposium will take place next June 11-13, 2014 in Délemont, Switzerland, Save the day and consider sending your contributions! more info at: http://www.shapesymposium.org
Our contribution “Integrated spatio-temporal segmentation of longitudinal brain tumor imaging studies” won the Siemens award for best paper at the Miccai 2013, workshop on Medical Computer Vision Congratulations to the authors!
Our team got the second place at the Brain Tumor Segmentation Challenge, hosted during the MICCAI 2013 conference. Congratulations to the Bernese team!
The program of the next MICCAI 2013 conference is available at http://www.miccai2013.org/schedule.html Congratulations to Dr. Shahim and colleagues for the selected oral presentation! Prediction of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgical Planning using an Inverse Soft Tissue Modelling Approach. Kamal Shahim, Philipp Jurgens, Philippe C. … Continue reading