Date: Wednesday, 28th June; Full day

Workshop Aims

The IGT workshop is being organised in association with the UK EPSRC Image Guided Therapies Network Plus to bring together researchers in simulation and modelling, imaging and sensing, computing, robotics as well as visualisation to improve the localisation and targeting of pathological tissue with surgical instruments and focused energy delivery.


  • Matina Giannarou,
  • Daniel Elson,
  • Kev Dhaliwal,
  • Adrian Podoleanu,
  • Kawal Rhode,
  • Andreas Melzer
  • Sebastien Ourselin


08:30 Registration and Coffee
09:30 Welcome and Introduction
09:40 What You See is What You Get: Applications of Computer Vision in Interventional Medicine 
  Greg Hager, Johns Hopkins University, USA
10:25 Monitoring the Radiation Exposure of Staff and Patient in 3D during Interventional Procedures: A Computer Vision Approach 
  Nicolas Padoy, University of Strasbourg, France
11:10 Tea and Coffee Break
11:30 Relevance-based multimodal perceptual augmentation for Computer Assisted Interventions
  Nassir Navab, TUM, Germany
12:15 Integrating Image Guidance in the Orthpaedic Trauma OR – Relevant Applications and Clinical Obstacles
  Greg Osgood, Johns Hopkins Hospital, USA
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Image-Guided Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy: Guide CRT
  Peter Mountney, Siemens/King’s College London, UK
15:00 Ultrasound and MR Guided Focused Ultrasound Therapy: SonoRay
  Andreas Melzer, University of Dundee, UK / ICCAS, Leipzig, Germany
15:50 Tea and Coffee Break
16:10 Molecular Fluorescence Guided Surgery, Pathology and Endoscopy – New Avenues for Theranostics
  Gooitzen van Dam, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
17:00 Closing Remarks


Royal Geographical Society, 
1 Kensington Gore,