Call For Paper : Image Analysis for the Human Brain Development (MICCAI Workshop)
19 Mai 2011
Catégorie : Conférence internationale
Image Analysis for the Human Brain Development
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Organized in conjunction with MICCAI 2011, Toronto, Canada
This workshop will aim to explore work being carried out in the emerging field of image analysis of brain development. It will collect together research on both imaging and image analysis techniques related to studying the growth of the human brain from early clinical fetal imaging using ultrasound and MRI, to imaging studies of neonates, children and adolescents. It will cover both clinical imaging-based research and basic neuroscience studies.
We hope that this workshop will be an open forum for researchers involved in these areas and a unique opportunity to exchange ideas, data and software.
We invite the submission of papers related to the following topics:
- US/MR imaging, motion correction, image reconstruction
- image segmentation and diffusion data analysis of developing brain tissues
- image registration, 4D atlas building
- statistical analysis of spatio-temporal (possibly multimodal) data
- image visualization of 4D data
- Submission of papers: June 3, 2011
- Notification of acceptance: July 15, 2011
- Submission of camera-ready papers: July 22, 2011
- Workshop: September 22, 2011
Paper submission guidelines
Paper formatting: Papers are limited to eight pages. Papers should be formatted in Lecture Notes in Computer Science style. Style files can be found on the Springer website. The file format for submissions is Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). Other formats will not be accepted.
Blind review: the reviewing is double blind: authors do not know the names of the reviewers of their papers, and reviewers do not know the names of the authors. Please see the Anonymity guidelines of MICCAI 2011 for detailed explanations of how to ensure this.
Submission: the submission process is available through the easy chair website.
- Colin Studholme (University of Washington)
- Francois Rousseau (University of Strasbourg)
- Lilla Zollei (Massachusetts General Hospital)
- Piotr A. Habas (University of Washington)
- William Wells III (Harvard Medical School)