Annual gathering of the work group.

Med&BioVis Workshop 2021

  • LOCATION

    OTH Regensburg

  • DATE

    2-3 September 2021

  • Organizers

    C. Palm, A. Hennemuth, and T. Ropinski

Keynote Speeches

  • Dirk Wilhelm, TU Munich, MITI
    Surgery in the Age of AI and Robotics
  • Christian Michael Gnerlich, CEO brainjo
    Gehirnsport mit Virtual Reality - Kurzpräsentation und Live-Demo zum Mitmachen
  • Contributions

    • Allgaier, Mareen, Otto von Guericke University, Magdeburg
      Virtual Training Simulations for Intercranial Aneurysm Clipping
    • Hauke Bartsch, University of Bergen (Norway)
      The Bergen Pipeline for Deploying Applications for Medical Data Visualization inside our Hospital System
    • Tim Alexander Bergmann, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD
      3D blood flow visualization from FOI and MRI to support medical diagnoses
    • Katja Bühler, VRVis (Wien)
      Visualization of Medical Image Classifier Decisions by Domain-Aware Counterfactual Impact Analysis
    • Sandy Engelhardt, Heidelberg University Hospital
      AI and Cardiovascular Medicine
    • Felde, Johannes, 1000shapes
      Efficient Generation of 3D Vascular Models of rSimulating Bloodflow in Cerebral Aneurysms Diagnoseunterstützung

    Impressions of the workshop 2021
    © OTH Regensburg/Team

    • Philipp Harth, Zuse Institute Berlin
      Exploring Connectivity Patterns in Neural Networks using Visual Data Analysis
    • Matthias Ivantsits, Charit&eaccute; Berlin
      Aneurysm rupture risk prediction using CFD and machine learning
    • Marcel Krüger, RWTH Aachen
      Insite - A Pipeline for the Interactive Analysis of Neuronal Network Simulations via NEST, TVB, and ARBOR
    • Monique Meuschke and Bernhard Preim, Otto von Guericke University, Magdeburg
      Towards Narrative Medical Visualization
    • Juliane Müller-Sielaff, University Hospital Magdeburg
      Visual Assistance in Clinical Decision Support
    • Patrik Puchert, Ulm University
      Graph Based Human Pose Estimation from Sparse Inertial Measurement Units
    • Daniel Wolf and Marc Mezger, University Hospital Ulm
      XAIRAD: Bridging AI and Medical Research at Ulm University
    • Ramy Zeineldin, Reutlingen University
      Two Promising AI/ML Approaches for Assisting Neurosurgery

Local host and website

Christoph Palm
Professor for Medical Image Computing, OTH Regensburg

Workshop web site at OTH Regensburg

Photo of the organisation team at OTH Regensburg, 2021
© OTH Regensburg/Michael Hitzek
    Special thanks to the organisation crew at OTH Regensburg for your work under special pandemic induced conditions!

Excursion/Extras

Please register in advance.

Logo of MedVis Award - Karl-Heinz-Höhne-Preis

sponsored by

Logo, Geschützte Marke der Brainlab AG, München

Karl-Heinz Höhne Award Ceremony

  • Winning presentation:

    Florian Heinrich, Otto von Guericke Universität Magdeburg
    Visualizing surgical needle navigation aids in augmented reality
  • Honorable mention:

    Laura Ann Garrison, University of Bergen (N)
    Interactive Visual Exploration of Biomedical Processes in Cohort Data
  • Honorable mention:

    Antonis Somarakis, Universiteit Leiden (NL)
    Visual Analytics for Spatially Resolved Omics Data at Single Cell Resolution