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20 novembre 2018

Call for Papers – CARS 2019, June 18 – 21, Rennes, France


Catégorie : Conférence internationale


Dear colleagues, dear friends,

We are pleased to invite you at the 33rd Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS) international conference in Rennes (France) in June 17-21 2019.
 
There will be several events around and inside CARS including IPCAI, Surgetica, an AI in clinical practice day, a significant industrial exhibition and networking and social events every day.
 
Deadlines for CARS is January 10th, 2019 and for IPCAI on November 2nd, 2018.
You can find practical information at http://www.cars2019.org
 
Seven reasons to participate at CARS 2019 in Rennes (France):

  • Large exhibition area with international keyholders as well as SMEs (where coffee breaks and lunches will be served)
  • Special Focus on AI in Clinical Practice
  • Presence of European Venture Capital compagnies
  • Private meeting rooms
  • Breakthrough special sessions: Digital Space Medicine, Surgical Robotics, Surgical Data Science, …
  • Tutorials on DL, AR/VR, Open Source in CAI
  • Social events every day, tours and local insights (St Malo, Mt St Michel)
  • and more …
 
Looking forward seeing you in Rennes
Best regards,

Pierre JANNIN

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Deadline for abstract / paper submissions: 10th January 2019

http://www.cars-int.org/

Dear Colleague,

The CARS congress is the annual event for a distinguished international community of scientists, engineers and physicians to present and discuss the key innovations that shape modern medicine on a worldwide basis.

Founded in 1983, CARS has played a leading role in medical and imaging informatics for more than 30 years by focusing on research and development on novel algorithms and systems and their applications in radiology and surgery. Its growth and impact is due to CARS’s close collaboration with the IFCARS, ISCAS, CAR, CAD, CMI and IPCAI organizations.

Recent successful CARS congresses have taken place in Barcelona, Berlin, Paris, Tokyo, San Francisco, London, Chicago, Osaka, Geneva, Pisa, Fukuoka, and Heidelberg. We would be delighted to welcome you at CARS 2019, which will take place in Rennes, one of the leading cities for medical research and development in France, where the congress will take place in a very special historic setting.

Following the long term successful cooperation with CARS congresses in many parts of the world, in 2019 these prestigious scientific communities will jointly hold their annual meetings as part of the 33rd CARS Congress in Rennes, France.

At the CARS congress you will have the opportunity to meet scholars and practising experts in the fields of radiology, surgery, clinical medicine, engineering, informatics and healthcare management who have an interest in topics, such as

New IT-systems adapted to clinical environments, such as the operating room, but in particular, new methods and IT-tools for modelling the patient and medical processes as well as artificial intelligence (AI) systems are increasingly shaping the scope of CARS. Clinical specialties represented at CARS include:

In close cooperation with institutions which presented clinical results of novel IT methods and tools in IJCARS, special emphasis will be given to innovative clinical investigations which show significant advances in clinical workflows and patient outcomes.

Please note that the deadline for paper and abstract submissions for CARS 2019 in Rennes is January 10, 2019. In addition to the abstract/paper submission, you are invited to submit short and informal proposals on tutorials, workshops and other special events which potentially can enhance the mission of CARS which is innovation, interdisciplinarity and internationality.

Congress format
The four-day congress consists of invited talks by internationally recognized experts, approx. 200 paper presentations, as well as exhibits and posters. Special focus sessions as well as product exhibits in the industrial exhibition are planned to give participants access to hot topics and new CARS-related products.
Tutorials, workshops and special events related to the above topics complement the regular sessions of CARS and are organized under the auspices of the International Foundation of CARS.

Congress Topics
Relevant research and developments in Radiology, Surgery, Dentistry, Computer Science, and Biomedical Engineering and Modelling including but not limited to:

33rd International Congress and Exhibition on Computer Assisted Radiology (CAR)
Chair: Ulrich Bick, MD (D)


23rd Annual Conference of the International Society for Computer Aided Surgery
President: Kensaku Mori, PhD (J)


21st International Workshop on Computer-Aided Diagnosis and Artificial Intelligence
Chair: Hiroyuki Yoshida, PhD (USA)

25th Computed Maxillofacial Imaging Congress
Chair: Christos Angelopoulos, PhD (USA)
Co-chair: Yoshihiko Hayakawa, PhD (J)

10th Conference on Information Processing in Computer-Assisted Intervention (IPCAI)
Chairs: Kensaku Mori, PhD (J), Parvin Mousavi, PhD (CDN), Danail Stoyanov, PhD (UK)

21st IFCARS / SPIE / ISCAS Joint Workshop on the Digital Operating Room
Chairs: Yoshihiro Muragaki, MD (J), Heinz U. Lemke, PhD (D)

4th ISCAS / CAD / IFCARS Joint Symposium on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy
Chairs: Makoto Hashizume, MD (J), Hiroyuki Yoshida, PhD (USA)

12th CARS Clinical Day
Chairs: Leonard Berliner, MD (USA), Eric vanSonnenberg, MD (USA),
Hubertus Feussner, MD (D)

Submissions
Extended abstracts or full papers including new methods, devices, systems and applications, clinical studies, position papers, and poster topics for presentation at the congress are solicited. Submissions will be peer-reviewed by members of the CARS international program committee.

CARS follows a two-tier system:
1) Extended abstracts of accepted lecture and poster presentations (typically containing novel work-in-progress results) will be published in the CARS 2019 Proceedings, Supplement of IJCARS, which will be distributed to all congress participants.
2) Peer-reviewed and after thorough revision accepted full paper contributions (typically containing validated results of original R&D work) will be included in regular issues of the International Journal of CARS.

Authors should send their submissions through the CARS website, see further information and guidelines at www.cars-int.org.

Timetable
Submission of abstracts / papers: January 10, 2019
Notification of acceptance: February 8, 2019
Registration of presenting authors: March 4, 2019
Submission of final abstracts: March 8, 2019
Publication of final papers: after the peer-review process


Special Events

6th SURGETICA Conference pre-located to CARS
Chairs: Pascal Haigron (F), Antoine Simon (F), Pierre Jannin (F)


Tutorials

Tutorial AR/VR: Perceptual Capacities and Constraints in AR/VR for the visualization of 3D biomedical image data
Roy Eagleson (CDN), Georges Hattab (D)

Tutorial SlicerIGT: Deep learning and computer vision for real-time procedure annotation
Tamas Ungi (CDN), Sonia M. Pujol (USA), Javier Pascau (E), Gabor Fichtinger (CDN)

Tutorial on Applied Deep Learning for Medical Scientists working with Image Data
Daniel Lückehe (D), Gabriele von Voigt (D)

Tutorial on Advanced Deep Learning for Medical Imaging Data
John D.H. Baxter (F)


Congress Venue
The Congress will be held at the Le Couvent des Jacobins Convention Center, Rennes, France

CARS 2019 President
Pierre Jannin, PhD (F)

Congress Organizer
Heinz Lemke, PhD (D)

International Foundation for CARS, Germany
hulemke@cars-int.org

Congress Committees
see www.cars-int.org/committees.html

For submission, registration and additional information, contact the
CARS Conference Office at
office@cars-int.org

Further information about the International Journal of CARS is available at
www.springer.com/11548
Manuscript Submissions: www.editorialmanager.com/cars

Check our website for frequent updates:
https://www.cars-int.org

Congress venue and travel information are available at
https://www.cars2019.org

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