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MICCAI 2009 Young Scientist Award
Each year, the MICCAI conference presents a number of awards to graduate student and early career scientists for outstanding papers published in the MICCAI proceedings. For MICCAI 2009
, the Young Scientist Awards winner in the Medical Image Computing: Segmentation and Analysis category was Joint Segmentation of Image Ensembles via Latent Atlases
by Tammy Riklin Raviv, Koen Van Leemput, William M. Wells III, Polina Golland. In the Medical Image Computing: Shape Analysis category the first prize went to Local White Matter Geometry Indices from Diffusion Tensor Gradients
by Peter Savadjiev, Gordon Kindlmann, Sylvain Bouix, Martha E. Shenton, Carl-Fredrik Westin. Read more...
Slicer 3.4 is released
The community of Slicer developers is proud to announce the official release of Slicer 3.4 as of May 2009. Slicer 3.4 is a general purpose biomedical computing application with extensive built-in visualization and analysis capabilities, accessible through an easy to use graphical interface. Read more...
Slicer Tutorial Contest January 2009
As part of the NA-MIC Training Core activities we are building a portfolio of tutorials for the basic functions and functionalities available in Slicer. The primary purpose of this tutorial contest is to enrich the training materials that are available to end-users and developers using 3D Slicer. The first prize
of the AHM 2009 contest has been awarded to the ARCTIC Slicer3
tutorial (UNC); the second prize has been given to the Non-human primates segmentation tutorial (Virginia Tech); the third prize has been awarded to the Prostate Therapy Planning Tutorial (BWH-U.Toronto). Read more...