Program

Four confirmed keynote speakers who are widely known pioneers in the field of surgical data science will provide further insights into the most recent developments. To encourage discussion, the workshop format is inspired by the open space philosophy. Following the main event, a get-together including a buffet and drinks will allow more time for discussion. Registration for the event is free and mandatory.

Venue: The workshop will take place in the main building of the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ, Communication Center, Room K1).

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Day 1
20 Jun 2016

Opening

Lena Maier-Hein
Stefanie Speidel
Pierre Jannin

Medical Keynote I

Surgical data science for cognition-guided surgery Surgical Data Science aims at improving surgical care by means of data acquisition, modeling and analysis. From a surgical perspective, the key to translate...
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Markus W. Büchler

Short talks of participants

Perspectives on Surgical Data Science S. Swaroop Vedula, Masaru Ishii, Gregory Hager Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Medicine Surgical Data Analysis for Decision Making Support and Knowledge Discovery in Deep...
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10:50 - 11:05

Coffee Break

Technical Keynote I

Surgical Data Science: Computational Challenges and Future Opportunities The availability of large amounts of data together with advances in analytical techniques afford an opportunity to make healthcare safer, more effective,...
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Gregory Hager
12:00 - 13:00

Lunch

Medical Keynote II

The Operating Room: the least understood “high stakes” work space Humans routinely occupy “high stakes” work environments across a broad spectrum of disciplines and endeavors.  In such places human decisions...
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Adrian Park

Short talks of participants

Learning based Endovascular Skill Modelling, Training and Assessment Wenqiang Chi, Jindong Liu, Hedyeh Rafii-Tari, Christopher Payne, Colin Bicknell, Guang-Zhong Yang Imperial College London, Harvard University Skill Analysis in Fetal Surgery:...
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Technical Keynote II

Semantic models and ontologies in surgical data science Surgical Data Science basically aims at providing computer assistance to the surgeons and to other kinds of healthcare professionals involved in surgery,...
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Bernard Gibaud
18:30

Reception

Keynote Speakers

Markus W. Büchler

Heidelberg University

Bernard Gibaud

Inserm, University of Rennes 1

Gregory Hager

Johns Hopkins University

Adrian Park

Anne Arundel Medical Center, Johns Hopkins University