BME Day of the Univ. Bern – May 29th

From bits to heartbeats! Join us next May 29th at the 7th BME Day of the @unibern


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World Cancer Day 2015

Engineers and clinicians fighting brain tumours at the ISTB & Inselspital Hospital of the @unibern, #WorldCancerDay 2015, February 4


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Brain Tumor Segmentation, Summary Paper Miccai Challenges 2012 and 2013

Learn about the findings and lessons learned from the Miccai Challenges 2012&2013 for Brain Tumor Segmentation (BRATS):


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The VSD approved as Nature Scientific Data repository

The Virtual Skeleton Database (VSD) of the SICAS Institute is now an approved data repository of the Nature Scientific Data


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New Statismo version!

Did you know?

New version of Statismo has been released! improved modularisation, build system, Gaussian Processes, etc.

Take a look


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Did you know? Shape Symposium 2014 – Talks available

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!

Martin Styner: Structural Shape Analysis via the NA-MIC Shape Toolkit

Tobias Heimann: Statistical Shape Models from A to Z

Guido Gerig:  Spatio-Temporal Shape Modeling and Analysis

Cristian Lorenz: Deformable shape models – Aspects and applications in medical image analysis

Yoshinobu Sato: Computational anatomy modelling of abdominal organs and musculoskeletal structures

Xavier Pennec: Geometric Structures for Statistics on Shapes and Deformations in Computational Anatomy


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Symp. from Medical Image to Computational Medicine

did you know?

Videos of the lectures are available! :


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Shape 2014 – Symp. Proceedings available

The first annual symposium in Statistical Shape Models and Applications took place last June  11-13.

Proceedings are available:

and congratulations to the winners of best poster, oral presentation, and shape competition!

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Multi-Modal Glioblastoma Segmentation: Man versus Machine

Recent publication:

“Multi-Modal Glioblastoma Segmentation: Man versus Machine”

And did you know the software tool, BraTumIA, is available for research purposes?




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Biomedical Engineering Day 2014

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


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