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*'''June 23-27: [[2014_Summer_Project_Week| Summer Project Week]], MIT'''
 
*'''June 23-27: [[2014_Summer_Project_Week| Summer Project Week]], MIT'''
* August 5: [[AAPM 2014 | 3D Slicer User Group at AAPM 2014]], Austin, TX.
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*'''August 5:''' [[AAPM 2014 | 3D Slicer User Group at AAPM 2014]], Austin, TX.
 
*'''August 26-30:''' [[EMBC_2014|EMBC'14 Tutorial: Building image-guidance systems from open-source components]], Chicago, IL.
 
*'''August 26-30:''' [[EMBC_2014|EMBC'14 Tutorial: Building image-guidance systems from open-source components]], Chicago, IL.
 
*'''September 14:''' [[DTI_Challenge_2014| DTI Tractography Challenge, MICCAI 2014]], Boston, MA.
 
*'''September 14:''' [[DTI_Challenge_2014| DTI Tractography Challenge, MICCAI 2014]], Boston, MA.

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Introduction

NA-MIC organizes a variety of events. The engineering core holds a weekly telephone conference. Workshops address specific research focus areas. Training events aim at training NA-MIC participants and outsiders in NA-MIC technologies. Project weeks are intended for making progress in a variety of projects. The majority of NA-MIC events are hands-on and open to collaborators and interested scientists.

If you want to get going with Slicer, go to the list of past events and look for the most recent one-day workshop or tutorial.

Example of a Training Event
RSNA-2013-Tuesday-Dec-3.JPG The RSNA 2013 training workshop in full swing. For more information about the workshop, please click here.

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