3D Imaging in Medicine

March 25th - 28th, 2014

Location: Prédio CELTA/FAPESC

Parque Tecnológico ALFA
Rodovia SC 401, Km 01
Bairro João Paulo
88030-000 – Florianópolis – SC

Head: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Hornegger
(Head of Pattern Recognition Lab (CS 5), FAU Erlangen-Nuernberg)

Prof. Dr. Carlos Schneider
(President of Fundação CERTI, Florianópolis)

Prof. Dr. Daniel Weingaertner,
(Informatic Department, Universidade Federal do Paraná)

Description: The scope of the "3-D Imaging in Medicine" conference covers innovative, mathematically founded methods from the field of pattern recognition with a clear focus on applications in medical imaging and engineering. New approaches dealing with imaging or imaging related applications open a broad spectrum of more effective and safe medical diagnosis solutions. The importance of the interdisciplinary collaboration between medical doctors and engineers has never been more important. It is a challenge, all researchers from this field have to face. This conference offers a platform to exchange the newest research results from both sides - computer scientists and physicians. Image reconstruction algorithms and fusion of sensor data and image registration meets pathological expertise as well as an anatomical understanding of the human body.

Costs: For the participation at the whole conference, we charge R$ 390,00.
You can also choose single-day participations for which we charge individually per day. Students are free of charge for this conference!

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Our scientific committee is looking forward to receive your papers and welcome you as our guests in Florianópolis.

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Location: Fundação CERTI

Campus da UFSC, Setor C - Bairro Trindade
Caixa Postal 5053
88040-970 – Florianópolis – SC


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Deadlines for Call for Papers are:
- Florianópolis:
March 5th, 2014
- São Paulo:
March 15th, 2014

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