Seminar: Computer-Assisted Surgery (2SWS)

Time/Room TBA
LecturerJun.-Prof. Dr. Christian Hansen
MajorCV(B/M), IF(B/M), INGIF(B/M), WIF(B/M), MSE (M)

Research topics in the field of computer-assisted surgery are presented and discussed in this seminar. Therefore, scientific publications are provided by the lecturer. The aim of this seminar is to provide an overview about current research in computer-assisted surgery. In addition, students can train and improve their skills in scientific reading, presentation and discussion.

The number of participants for this seminar is limited. A registration via LSF is required.

Surgical planning tool for robotically assisted hearing aid implantation Julian Alpers
A haptics-assisted cranio-maxillofacial surgery planning system for restoring skeletal anatomy in complex trauma cases Tom Gründer
Design and initial evaluation of a treatment planning software
system for MRI-guided laser ablation in the brain
Juliane Höbel
Automatic generation of anatomic characteristics from cerebral
aneurysm surface models
Alexander Simmer
Visualization support for the planning of hepatic needle placement Alena-Kathrin Schnurr
Catheter tip tracking for MR-guided interventions using discrete Kalman filter and mean shift localization

Josepha Kersten

Monique Meuschke
Mahssa Abadi
Cardiac MRI visualization for ventricular tachycardia ablation Lin Ye
Mobile augmented reality for computer-assisted percutaneous
Julian Hettig
MR image overlay guidance: system evaluation for preclinical use Bianca Hinz
Projection-based visual guidance for robot-aided RF needle insertion Maik Riestock
Warning navigation system using real-time safe region monitoring for otologic surgery Jevgenij Hueberts
An automated insertion tool for cochlear implants with integrated force sensing capability Murtaza Habib
Speech and motion control for interventional radiology: requirements and feasibility Sanchit Rathi
Surgical process modelling: a review Rainer Landes
Design and evaluation of a multimedia electronic patient record “oncoflow” with clinical workflow assistance for head and neck tumor therapy

Jan Maluche

Workflow mining for visualization and analysis of surgeries Thomas Henning