Human-Computer Interfaces in Medicine (Block Seminar, 2SWS)

Time/Room

First meeting: May 4th, 5 pm ct, room G29-K059
Block seminar 1: August 27-28, 9am-5pm, room G29-335
Block seminar 2: October 8-9, 9am-5pm, room G29-335

LecturerJun.-Prof. Dr. Christian Hansen
MajorCV(B), IF(B), INGIF(B), WIF(B), MSE (M)
LanguageEnglish


Description

Important topics in the field of Human-Machine Interaction are presented and discussed in this seminar. These topics are:


After an introduction into the field of computer-assisted surgery, the above-mentioned topics are presented in form of student presentations. Therefore, scientific publications are provided by the lecturer.

The aim of this seminar is to provide an overview about Human-Machine Interaction in medicine. 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.

Important Information/Rules

Material

Slides from our first meeting (May 4th)

Topics

Title Presenter
Block seminar 1: August 27-28
(1) A survey of 3D object selection techniques for virtual environments Holger Fritzsche
(2) The Leap Motion movement for 2D pointing tasks Ahemd Behzad
(3) Analysis of the Accuracy and Robustness of the Leap
Motion Controller
Priyanka Kochupurackal
(4) Direct-Touch vs. Mouse Input for Tabletop Displays Moritz Sattler
(5) Intra-operative surgical instrument usage detection
on a multi-sensor table
Helina Sheth
(6) Comparative ergonomic workflow and user experience analysis
of MRI versus fluoroslinkcopy-guided vascular interventions
Fredrick Johnson
(7) Wireless mobile technology to improve workflow and feasibility
of MR-guided percutaneous interventions
Mohammed Zubair
(8) Speech and motion control for interventional radiology:
requirements and feasibility
Santhosh Ravindranathan
(9) Hand-gesture-based sterile interface for the operating room using contextual cues for the navigation of radiological images Tanggavelu Jagan
(10) Gestures as Input Neuroelectric Joysticks and Keyboards Muhammad Iftikhar
(11) Human-machine Interfaces based on EMG and Kinect applied
to Teleoperation of a Mobile Humanoid Robot
Juan López
(12) Feasibility of a touch-free user interface for ultrasound snapshot-guided nephrostomy Lokhandwala Hatim
(13) Comparative Evaluation of Gesture and Touch Input for Medical Software Henok Gidey
(14) The value of haptic feedback in conventional and robot-assisted
minimal invasive surgery and virtual reality training: a current
review
Jigarkumar Patel
(15) Evaluation of a portable image overlay projector for the
visualisation of surgical navigation data: phantom studies
Jincy Mariam John

Block seminar 2: October 8-9

(16) Liver surgery planning using virtual reality Kristin Sell
(17) A haptics-assisted cranio-maxillofacial surgery planning system for restoring skeletal anatomy in complex trauma case Sinja Lagotzki
(18) Combining mobile devices and workstation for
the reading of medical images
Mandy Bandorf
(19) Touchless interaction in surgery Franziska Schulz
(20) A gesture-controlled projection display for CT-guided interventions Nikita Nownith
(21) Evaluation of input devices for teleoperation of concentric tube continuum robots for surgical tasks Tarik Mrech
(22) Wireless mobile technology to improve workflow and feasibility
of MR-guided percutaneous interventions
Anna Paul
(23) MR image overlay guidance: system evaluation for preclinical use Nicolas Glienke
(24) DVV: A taxonomy for mixed reality visualization in image guided surgery Apurva Muley
(25) Augmented reality in medical education Arathi Sreenivas
(26) Augmented reality in neurovascular surgery Dilan Paul Arimbilly
(27) An augmented reality framework for soft tissue surgery Kagithiri Srikantharajah
(28) Augmented reality haptic (ARH): an approach of electromagnetic
tracking in minimally invasive surgery
Thomas Gerlach
(29) Auditory feedback during frameless image-guided surgery in a phantom model and initial clinical experience. Sai Baba Bapani
(30) Hand gesture guided robot-assisted surgery based on a direct augmented reality interface Frederike Euchner
David Weizel
(32) Impact of navigated-control assistance on performance, workload and situation awareness of experienced surgeons performing a simulated mastoidectomy Kunal Kumar