25th June 2013
Venue: Room No 120, Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Imperial
College London, SW7 2AZ
No 33 on the South Kensington Campus Map, available here.
the Hamlyn Symposium Augmented Reality Workshop is delighted to welcome Anthony
Geffen, CEO of Atlantic Productions, who will be giving us the film industry
perspective on 3D. We also have two of the leading researchers in surgical
guidance and vision, Graeme Penney from KCL and Danail Stoyanov from
latter section of the workshop will consist of five short video presentations.
Augmented reality and mixed visualisations are often poorly represented in
still images in papers and/or posters. Video is the best format to present
such systems short of live demos, which are often impractical. Video-based
presentation will make for a concise, informative and exciting meeting. A
prize will be awarded for the best video. Further details are given
of this workshop is to bring together clinicians, computer scientists and other
engineers of various related disciplines in order to share the
latest developments in the field of image guidance and augmented
reality in robotic surgery. Through the fusion of imaging modalities and
the enhancement of the surgeon's sensory experience, participants in this
exciting area of research hope to revolutionise robotic surgical practice.
The workshop will look at the technical areas of registration, modelling
and visualisation as well as clinical systems and applications.
- Accurate and reliable fusion of preoperative and intraoperative views
technology for image guidance
- Augmented environments in planning and simulation
intraoperative registration strategies including the use of intraoperative
tracking techniques including hybrid and vision-based systems
constrained tissue tracking
- Biomechanical modelling and tissue deformation analysis
- Hardware and software for real-time operation and deployment
- Integrated visualisation in robotic surgical environments and other minimally
- Clinical applications and case studies
- Validation studies
Arrival & Coffee
Invited Talk Image
guidance for complex aortic repair: from PhD papers to 100 patients - Dr Graeme
Invited Talk Surgical
vision: tracking instruments and scene flow - Dr Danail
Invited Talk Storytelling
in 3D - Anthony
Geffen, CEO and
Creative Director of Atlantic Productions
Video Presentations (each approximately 3 minutes + 5 minutes for questions)
- Bone thickness map projection for device
positioning in Bonebridge (TM) implantation - W.
Wimmer, K. Gavaghan, M. Fusaglia, J. Guignard, N. Gerber, S. Weber and M.
Center for Biomedical Engineering Research, University of Bern, Department
of Head and Neck Surgery, University Hospital of Bern
- A holographic display for medical image data - Philip
and Electromechanical Design Lab, Vanderbilt University
- Physics-based Augmented Reality for Liver Surgery - N.
Haouchine, J. Dequidt, I. Peterlik, E. Kerrien, M.-O. Berger and S. Cotin, INRIA,
- Robotic and augmented reality-assisted liver segmentectomy - L.
Soler, P. Pessaux, E. Marzano, M. Diana, T. Piardi, D. Mutter and J. Marescaux,IRCAD
& IHU, Strasbourg
- Augmented reality navigation system for ear surgery - Hyun Seok
Choi and Jae Sung Hong, Department
of Robotics Engineering, Graduate School, DGIST, Korea
Concluding Remarks, Best Video Prize
Penney - Senior Lecturer, King's College London
Penney has now worked in the field of 2D-3D image registration for almost two
decades, and is still using some of his original code. Over these two
decades he has managed to get a PhD from King's College, spend a year in
Imaging Sciences in Utrecht, three years at University College before returning
back to King's as a senior lecturer. His current interest still
include 2D-3D registration for image guided surgery, and he also researches
into improving image quality and velocity measurement using 3D ultrasound.
Stoyanov - Senior Research Fellow, University College London
Stoyanov has worked in the field of surgical vision for over 10 years. He
obtained his PhD from Imperial College working between computing and the
surgery department at St. Mary's Hospital. He moved to CMIC at UCL in 2011 to
found the surgical vision group focusing on the development of deformable
structure from motion, scene flow and photometric and geometric endoscope
calibration. His applied interests are in surgical vision for biophotonic
imaging modalities, computer-assisted interventions and objective surgical
skill evaluation and analysis.
Geffen - CEO and Creative Director, Atlantic Productions
Geffen is one of the world's leading documentary film producers. He worked for
the BBC for ten years before setting up Atlantic Productions, and also more
recently the 3D company Colossus with Sky. His recent productions include
the Bafta award-winning Flying Monsters 3D, and the multi Emmy award-winning
BBC series First Life, both with David Attenborough. He has also produced
several award-winning apps and Imax films.
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