Programm Donnerstag

Programm, Donnerstag, 19.09.2019

Hochschule Reutlingen,
Gebäude 6 - Aula
Alteburgstraße 150, 72762 Reutlingen

Session I - Robotik und Navigation

09:30-11:00 Vorsitzende: Jürgen Wahrburg, Thomas Klenzner
A novel robotic endoscope guidance system for surgery of the nasolacrimal duct
Patrick Schuler
Feasibility of Pediatric Robotic Cochlear Implantation in Phantoms
Gabriela Bom Braga
Computer-navigated, stereotactic, percutaneous treatment of abdominal  Type II endoleaks
Nando Mertineit
Robotic Positioning for Image-Guided Ultrasound Interventions
Michael Unger

Ex-vivo evaluation of an ultrasound-based planning and navigation method for non-anatomical liver resections

Iwan Paolucci

Life-like rendering of inner ear anatomy

Daniel Schneider

Session II - Bild- und Signalverarbeitung

14:00-15:45 Vorsitzende: Wolfram Lamadé, Cristóbal Curio

Active Learning mittels Bayesian Deep Networks für die Segmentierung von laparoskopischen Instrumenten

Sebastian Bodenstedt

Comparing the cutting characteristics of a clinically relevant CO2 laser to a diode pumped Er:YAG laser

Elisabeth Friederike Reins  

Hyperspektralbildgebung (HSI) für die intraoperative ortsaufgelöste Quantifizierung des Fettgehalts von Gewebe
Hannes Köhler
Fast Volumetric Auto-Segmentation of Head CT Images in Emergency Situations for Ventricular Punctures
Christian Kunz

IVUS-Simulation for Improving Segmentation Performance of Neural Networks via Data Augmentation

Franziska Sommer

Comparison of Similarity Measurements and Optimizers for Intraoperative Registration of 2D C-arm Images with Preoperative CT Data in Computer-Assisted Spine Surgery

Alvarez Gomez, Julio Cesar

A collision-aware articulated statistical shape model of the human spine

Robert Joachimsky

Session III - Modellbildung, Simulation & Systeme

16:15-18:00 Vorsitzende:  Stefan Zachow, Dirk Lindner

Design of a dynamic user interface for IEEE 11073 SDC interoperability testing

Stafan Franke

Systemmodellierung eines Homemonitoringsystems für Herzschrittmacher

Lena Essig

Can basic (bio-)mechanical characteristics define tumor tissue in head and neck squamous cell carcinomas?

René Grässlin

An Online Model Checking Approach to Soft-Tissue Detection for Rupture Prediction

Sascha Lehmann

Model-based Hearing Diagnosis of Middle Ear Condition Using Inverse Fuzzy Arithmetic and Artificial Neuronal Network

Michael Lauxmann

Parameter identification of a human stapedial annular ligament model in the context of a model-based ENT diagnosis of the human middle ear

Michael Lauxmann

Computersimulation patientenindividueller Lendenwirbelsäulen am Beispiel degenerativer Spondylolisthesen

Michael Kosterhon

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