Ece Ozkan and Prof. Orcun Goksel from the Computer-Assisted Applications in Medicine group of Computer Vision Lab in ETH Zurich have received the “Best Paper Award - Runner Up” at the International Congress on Information Processing in Computer Assisted Interventions. The award was given to them for their work “Robust Motion Tracking in Liver from 2D Ultrasound Images using Supporters” in Barcelona, Spain.
Firat Ozdemir from the Computer-Assisted Applications in Medicine group of Computer Vision Lab has been interviewed for the daily newspaper of the CARS 2017 conference to explain his research and the highlights of the method explained in the paper “Interactive Segmentation in MRI for Orthopedic Surgery Planning: Bone Tissue”.
For this year’s competition, 548 participants handed in 108 business plans and 95 business ideas. ETH Zurich Foundation was very pleased to see two its former Pioneer Fellows win the final round. We congratulate Sergio Sanabria…
The work of Prof. Goksel and Dr. Sanabria featured in Computer Vision News, being one of the works selected as the Best of MICCAI, conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Interventions 2016 in Athens, Greece.
Dr. Sergio Sanabria and Firat Ozdemir from the Computer-Assisted Applications in Medicine group of Computer Vision Lab have been interviewed for the daily newspaper of the MICCAI conference to explain their research and the highlights of their method.
Dr. Oliver Mattausch and Prof. Orcun Goksel from the Computer-Assisted Applications in Medicine group of Computer Vision Lab have received the “Best Paper Award” at the Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine. The award was given to them for their work “Monte-Carlo Ray-Tracing for Realistic Interactive Ultrasound Simulation” in Bergen, Norway.
On 22 March 2016, ETH Zurich presented the Spark Award 2016. Prof. Dr Orçun Göksel and Dr Sergio Sanabria at ETH Zurich won the award for the most promising invention of last year which was registered for a patent, with their project Hand-held ultrasound imaging of speed-of-sound for breast examination.
3rd place (of 100 papers) in PHILIPS Best Paper Award at the Information Processing in Computer-Assisted Interventions (IPCAI) Conference with the “Thermal Expansion Imaging for Monitoring Lesion Depth using M-Mode Ultrasound during Cardiac RF Ablation: In-vitro Study” work of Peter Baki and Sergio Sanabria.
CAiM received the prestigious CTI Swiss MedTech Award of the year with the project “Automatic Measurement of Venous Pressure in Ultrasound”.
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