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NA-MIC organizes a variety of events.  
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* The engineering core holds a weekly telephone conference.  
| rowspan="2"| 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.<br>
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* Workshops address specific research focus areas.  
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.
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* Training events aim at training NA-MIC participants and outsiders in NA-MIC technologies.  
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The majority of NA-MIC events are hands-on and open to collaborators and interested scientists.
| style="background: #ebeced"| The RSNA 2013 training workshop in full swing. For more information about the workshop, please click [http://www.na-mic.org/Wiki/index.php/RSNA_2013 here].
 
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== [[TCON:Main|'''Telephone Conferences''']] ==
 
== [[TCON:Main|'''Telephone Conferences''']] ==

Revision as of 15:01, 7 December 2015

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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.

Telephone Conferences

Upcoming Events

2015

2016

Standing Events

Past Events

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  • April 13-14: demonstration of 3D Slicer at the annual face-to-face meeting of the NCI Quantitative Imaging Network, Rockville, MD



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Testing Google Calendar

NA-MIC Calendar on Google