CIBC Workshop 2006

April 20-21  /  Salt Lake City, Utah


Summary

The NIH/NCRR Center for Integrated Biomedical Computing (CIBC) is pleased to offer a workshop for scientists and engineers interested in applications of advanced computing to biomedicine. The goal of the workshop will be to present and discuss state of the art tools and techniques for image processing, modeling, simulation, and visualization in biomedical applications of interest to attendees. The emphasis will be on technical interchange and attendees will play an active role in shaping the future technical capabilities of CIBC software. We especially encourage collaborators and potential collaborators of the Center to attend this workshop because of its pivotal role in directing the creation of new techniques and software.

29 Attendees

Agenda

Day 1:

Image Processing and Geometric Modeling

  • Overview of image processing and geometric modeling approaches that are already part of the CIBC software and those proposed for future release.
  • Demonstrations using CIBC image processing and geometric modeling software.
  • User presentations of image processing and modeling needs/goals in their research.
  • Discussion of future needs and priorities in image processing and geometric modeling.

Simulation

  • Overview of existing and planned simulation techniques/applications.
  • Demonstrations.
  • User presentations.
  • Future needs and priorities.

Day 2:

Visualization

  • Overview of existing and planned visualization techniques/applications.
  • Demonstrations.
  • User presentations.
  • Future needs and priorities.


Distinguished lecture by Dr. Mike Miller

"The Emergent Discipline of Computational Anatomy"