3rd International Workshop on

Visualization in Medicine and Life Sciences 2013

(VMLS 2013)

Leipzig, Germany

 June 16-18, 2013

 

 

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TENTATIVE PROGRAM
 

The program consists of

  • two keynote talks given by a medical and a life sciences expert, respectively,

  • invited talks of invited VMLS participants,

  • presentations of accepted short papers, and

  • discussion rounds.

The presentations of accepted short papers will be scheduled in the second part.

 

 

SCHEDULE

 

 

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

9:00-10:30

Session 1:

Welcome address

Keynote on Visualization in Life Sciences

Session 5:

Keynote on Visualization in Medicine

Group Photo

Session 9:

1 x Invited Talk

3 x Paper Talk

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

Coffee break

Coffee break

11:00-12:30

Session 2:

4 x Invited Talk

 

Session 6:

4 x Invited Talk

Session 10:

1 x Invited Talk

3 x Paper Talk

Closing Remarks

12:30-14:00

Lunch break

Lunch break

 

14:00-15:30

Session 3:

4 x Invited Talk

Session 7:

2 x Invited Talk

2 x Paper Talk

 

15:30-16:00

Coffee break

Coffee break

 

16:00-17:30

Session 4:

5 x Invited Talk

(until 17:50)

Session 8:

1 x Invited Talk

3 x Paper Talk

 

Evening

Dinner

(19:00 - 23:00)

EuroVis Workshops Reception

(17:30 - 19:00)

 

 

 

KEYNOTE TALKS:

 

Session 1: (Chair: Hans-Christian Hege)

Keynote on Visualization in Life Sciences

Speaker: Moritz Helmstädter

Title: Connectomics: The Dense Reconstruction of Neuronal Circuits

 

Session 5: (Chair: Lars Linsen)

Keynote on Visualization in Medicine

Speaker: Matthias Gutberlet

Title: Cardiac 4D-Flow Measurements with MRI: A Clinical Example for Visualization in Medicine

 

 

INVITED TALKS:

 

Session 2: (Chair: Jan Aerts)

(1) Markus Hadwiger

Exploring the Connectome - Toward Interactive Visualization and Analysis of Petavoxel Data

(2) Heike Leitte

Structural Analysis in Biology: From Pictures to Numbers and Back to Pictures

(3) Ivan Viola

Doppler-based 3D Blood Flow Imaging and Visualization

(4) Hans Hagen

The Gap Between Applied Research and Visualization Application Papers

 

Session 3: (Chair: Hans Hagen)

(1) Katja Bühler

Need for Speed: Translational Research for Biomedical Image Analysis

(2) Jan Aerts

Visualizing the Structural Variome

(3) Vijay Natarajan

Efficient Alignment of Protein Surface Patches via Topological Analysis of Surface Curvature

(4) Paul Rosenthal

Enticing Medical and Life Scientists to Visualization: Challenges and Pitfalls

 

Session 4: (Chair: Anna Vilanova)

(1) Jörg Meyer

Image Data Management and Feature Detection using Massively Parallel Computing Systems

(2) Tetyana Ivanovska

Image Processing and Visualization Tasks in Study of Health in Pomerania

(3) Anja Hennemuth

Insights into the Flow: Image-based Analysis of Hemodynamics in Cardiovascular Diseases

(4) Pere-Pau Vázquez

A Diagnosis System for Abdominal Distention

(5) Roy Ruddle

Visual Analytics Methods for Gigantic Pathology Images

 

Session 6: (Chair: Chuck Hansen)

(1) Falk Schreiber

Layout and Translation Methods for SBGN, the standard for Graphical Representations of Biological Networks and Cellular Processes.

(2) Martin Falk

Cellular Visualization and Simulation

(3) Günter Jäger

Interactive Visualization and Decision Support for eQTL Data

(4) Michel Westenberg

BioVis at the TU Eindhoven

 

Session 7: (Chair: Hamish Carr)

(1) Horst Hahn

Remote Visualization Techniques for Medical Imaging Research and Image-guided Procedures

(2) Timo Ropinski

Certainly Uncertain - Medical Data from Multiple Sources

 

Session 8: (Chair: Jos Roerdink)

(1) Thomas Schultz

Auto-calibrating Spherical Deconvolution Based on ODF Sparsity

 

Session 9: (Chair: Leila de Floriani)

(1) Bernhard Preim

Visual Analytics in Cohort Study Data

 

Session 10: (Chair: Felix Ritter)

(1) Alexander Wiebel

A System for Combined Visualization of EEG and Diffusion Tensor Imaging Tractography Data

 

 

PAPER TALKS:

 

Session 7:

(3) Towards Automatic Extraction of the Myocardium in Temporal MRI Using Object-based Segmentation

Teodora Chitiboi , Fraunhofer MEVIS , Germany
Anja Hennemuth , Fraunhofer MEVIS
, Germany
Lars Linsen , Jacobs University
, Germany
Horst Hahn , Fraunhofer MEVIS
, Germany

(4) Visualization for Understanding Uncertainty in the Simulation of Myocardial Ischemia

Paul Rosen , SCI Institute, University of Utah , U.S.A.
Brett Burton , SCI Institute, University of Utah, U.S.A.
Kristi Potter , SCI Institute, University of Utah, U.S.A.
Chris Johnson , SCI Institute, University of Utah , U.S.A.

 

Session 8:

(2) Interactive Visualization of Neuroanatomical Data for a Hands-On Multimedia Exhibit

Christian Rieder , Fraunhofer MEVIS , Germany
Christoph Brachmann , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Bianca Hofmann , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Jan Klein , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Alexander Köhn , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Darko Ojdanic , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Christian Schumann , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Florian Weiler , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Horst Hahn , Fraunhofer MEVIS , Germany

(3) Hierarchical Poisson-Disk Sampling for Fiber Stipples

Mario Hlawitschka , University Leipzig , Germany
Mathias Goldau , University Leipzig , Germany
Alexander Wiebel , Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB) , Germany
Christian Heine , ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Gerik Scheuermann , University Leipzig, Germany

(4) Functional Connectivity Glyphs for Brain Visualization

Joachim Böttger , Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences , Germany
Ralph Schurade , Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences , Germany
Daniel S. Margulies , Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences , Germany

 

Session 9:

(2) Amyloid Analyzer - A Software Assistant for Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Florbetaben PET Scans

Florian Weiler , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Volker Dicken , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Jan Strehlow , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Benjamin Geisler , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Marcella Scarpa , Bayer Healthcare, Germany
Martin Pessel , Bayer Healthcare, Germany
Andrew Stephens , Piramal Imaging , Germany
Horst Hahn , Fraunhofer MEVIS , Germany

(3) Towards a Structured Analysis of Quantitative Descriptors from Segmented Biological Image Data

Heike Leitte , Heidelberg University, Germany
Julia Portl , Heidelberg University, Germany
Ira Verena Röder , Heidelberg University, Germany
Rasmus R. Schröder , Heidelberg University, Germany
Irene Wacker , Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

(4) Supervised Kernel Principal Component Analysis for Visual Sample-based Analysis of Gene Expression Data

Tran Van Long , University of Transport and Communications, Hanoi, Vietnam
Lars Linsen , Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany

 

Session 10:

(2) Improving Electrical Impedance Tomography Imaging of the Lung with Patient-specific 3D Models

Peter Salz , Computer Graphics & HCI Group, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Andreas Reske , Clinic and Policlinic for Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
Hermann Wrigge , Clinic and Policlinic for Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
Gerik Scheuermann , Institute for Computer Science, University of Leipzig, Germany
Hans Hagen , Computer Graphics & HCI Group, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

(3) Corrected Uncertainty in Probabilistic Segmentation Using Local Statistics

Gordan Ristovski , Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany
Horst Hahn , Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Lars Linsen , Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany

(4) Combined Volume Registration and Visualization

Arlie Capps , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Robert Zawadzki , Vision Science and Advanced Retinal Imaging Lab, Department of Ophthalmology, UC Davis, U.S.A.
John Werner , Vision Science and Advanced Retinal Imaging Lab, Department of Ophthalmology, UC Davis, U.S.A.
Bernd Hamann , Institute for Data Analysis and Visualization, Department of Computer Science, UC Davis, U.S.A.