par Gabor Fichtinger, Director of the Laboratory for Percutaneous Surgery (PERK LAB)
20 juin 2016 à 14h
Lieu : Forum de la Faculté de Médecine de Strasbourg – A301
Abstract : Tracked ultrasound guidance is powerful concept that has been making impact on many minimally invasive procedures. A small number of commercial navigation systems have emerged during the past decade or so, but the potential of computer-assisted ultrasound-guided interventions is yet to be realized. Our goal is to provide an open-source, easily configurable software platform for rapid prototyping and early clinical translation of image-guided intervention systems, particularly with ultrasound imaging. The talk will introduce the SlicerIGT for prototyping turn-key applications and the underlying Public Library for Ultrasound Toolkit that provides supporting infrastructure for the application systems. Following a brief outline of structure and functionality, series of use cases will illustrate the power and versatility of the open-source application prototyping platform.