DISSEMINATIONDelivering Research
Software Tools & Skills for
Translating Research into Pre-Clinical Prototypes
Hands-on Course
OCT 2014 University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
 
Bridging the gap between world-class research and professional software development to deliver the next generation of computational imaging software prototypes for clinical translation
 
Pam Liversidge Bldg
Mappin St, S1 3JD
Sheffield, UK
Room: TBC
 
 
 
 
 
Key benefits
 
  • Get advice on how to bring your VPH research project to life from top Academics and Software Professionals with extended experience in the area
  • Experience the whole Software Development Life cycle from conception to validation, guided through a real use case.
  • Learn basic Software Development Techniques that will make a whole difference
  • Influence the Workshop content to meet your expectations
VPH Workflow
A real use case will drive the workshop to experience the delivery of a true prototype using GIMIAS platformand going through:

MySpine medical workflow executed in the VPH-Share infostructure

Provided By : CISTIB team involved in VPH EU projects (VPH-Dare@IT, VPH-Share, MySpine) Alberto Biancardi, Ernesto Coto, Vigesh Rammonhan
 
Participants Space

Daily specific slot for participants where:

Detailed  and limited support session from Kitware & CISTIB can be booked upon request to:
Case Studies

In this section the participant will have the opportunity to go through cases of studies were the researchers and developers involved will explain the challenge to implement their prototypes and how they manage to overcome them.

 

 

Software Training

The participant will be introduced to:

 

Jérôme Velut is an R&D Engineer at Kitware. He completed a PhD fellowship in medical imaging at the University of Rennes after his PhD in information processing from the INSA in Lyon.

     

Registration

 

Accomodation

For further information, please contact:
 

Phone: +44 114 222 6071

After registration:
 
a guideline to prepare the workshop will be provided to all participants, including a specific form to describe their project/interests which will be used to accommodate the content of the workshop to the participant specific needs.
 


About the City:

 
Information will be added soon.
 

 

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