We will be co-organising the 3rd Workshop & Challenge on Computational Methods and Clinical Applications in Spine Imaging (CSI) which will be held in conjunction with MICCAI in Munich, Germany, October 2015. More information is available on the CSI 2015 Webpage.
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The HiPEDS students have been working on delivering a new coding project for schools in collaboration with Ocado Technology. Check out the news article on the Imperial website.
Together with Ramin Zabih, Nikos Paragios, Vikas Singh, and Ashish Raj, we are co-organising a Special Session on Graphical Models for Biomedical Image Analysis at ISBI 2015. The session will be on Sunday, April 19 from 11:15am-12:45pm.
The BioMedIA group has several funded opportunities for PhD students. You can apply for a PhD place in the group via the EPSRC-funded CDT in Medical Imaging or via the PhD programme of the Department of Computing. For more information please look at the vacancies.
We are very happy to have Jiefei Ma joining the BioMedIA group as a Research Associate. Jiefei will be working Medical Augmented Reality.
We are excited to have Matthew Lee and Konstantinos Kamnitsas joining the BioMedIA group as PhD students on October 1st. Both will be exploring novel ideas in machine learning for automated image analysis.
We had a great workshop this year which was held at the Harvard Medical School in conjunction with the MICCAI 2014 conference. A great day with great presentations and two excellent invited talks by Prof David Haynor and Prof Nassir Navab. Pictures and presentation slides can be found on the official CSI 2014 Workshop Website.
We just had two articles accepted, one in the IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics on Real-Time RGB-D Camera Relocalization via Randomized Ferns for Keyframe Encoding and another one in the Medical Image Analysis MICCAI 2013 Special Issue on Encoding Atlases by Randomized Classification Forests for Efficient Multi-Atlas Label Propagation.