Lecture: Computer-Assisted Surgery (Lecture + Seminar, 4SWS)

Time/Room Lecture: Thu 11am-1pm
LecturerJun.-Prof. Dr. Christian Hansen
Major CV(B/M), IF(B/M), INGIF(B/M), WIF(B/M), MSE (M)

Computer-assisted surgery is an interdisciplinary research field that builds a bridge between surgery and computer science. It represents a set of methods which use computer technology to support preoperative planning, the actual surgery, and postoperative assessment.

This lecture will offer an overview of computer-assisted surgery. After an introduction of fundamentals, the state of the art in computer-assisted surgery is presented on the basis of clinical examples. Following topics are adressed:

Date Topic Location
April 10, 2014 Introduction ppt G29-335
April 17, 2014 Surgical Imaging I ppt ExFa
April 24, 2014 Surgical Imaging II ppt ZENIT
May 8, 2014 Surgical Visualization ppt G29-335
May 15, 2014 Computer-Assisted Surgery Planning I ppt G29-335
May 22, 2014 Computer-Assisted Surgery Planning II ppt G29-335
June 5, 2014 Tracking and Navigation Systems I ppt ExFa
June 12, 2014 Tracking and Navigation Systems II ppt ExFa
June 19, 2014 Tracking and Navigation Systems III ppt ExFa
June 26, 2014 Surgeon-Computer Interaction ppt G29-335
June 28/29 2014 Block Seminar ppt G29-335
July 3, 2014 - no lecture

There is a block seminar in addition to the lecture. Successful participation of the seminar is necessary for the admission to the oral examination. The number of participants is limited. A registration via LSF is required.