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MICCAI AE-CAI 2022 – Outstanding paper award to IHU authors

Congratulations to IHU’s APEUS team. The authors of the paper* entitled ‘Automatic pancreas anatomical part detection in endoscopic ultrasound videos’ won the OUTSTANDING PAPER AWARD, which was collected by Adrien Meyer, AI Research engineer at IHU, at the MICCAI AE-CAI 2022 workshop held in Singapore on 18 September.  ​​​​​​​

The joint 16th AE-CAI, 9th CARE and 5th OR 2.0 workshop brought together researchers, clinicians, and medical companies that are working on advancing the field of Medical Imaging and Augmented Reality, Augmented Environments for Computer Assisted Interventions (AE-CAI), Computer Assisted and Robotic Endoscopy (CARE) and Context-Aware Operating Theaters (OR 2.0).

*The paper was co-authored by Antoine Fleurentin, Jean-Paul Mazellier, Adrien Meyer, Julieta Montanelli, Lee Swanstrom, Benoit Gallix, Leonardo Sosa Valencia, and Nicolas Padoy. It was presented at the workshop by Adrien Meyer.

Second edition of CLINICCAI during MICCAI 2022 conference

The second edition of CLINICCAI (Clinical translation of Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention) was held in Singapore, after a successful first edition organized during MICCAI-2021 in Strasbourg. CLINICCAI-2022 took place at the Resorts World Convention Centre as part of the core program of the MICCAI 2022 conference, with an active participation of the IHU Strasbourg’s team as part of the Organizing Committee. The event was conceived to provide a platform for healthcare practitioners working on translational research in the areas of MICCAI to present their work and to enable and promote networking among biomedical scientists and clinicians.

A total of 20 oral presentations were selected among 31 submissions (from 13 countries) according to their relevance, novelty, and their potential for clinical translation. More than 60 healthcare professionals registered and traveled from 14 countries to present and participate on-site, with over 550 total attendees throughout the conference.

An international jury presided by Prof. Jason Chan (Chinese University of Hong Kong), and including experts from UK (Heike Grabsch), Switzerland (Inti Zlobec), and France (Juan Verde), selected the best three presentations and delivered the IHU best presentation award to: Jorge Corral Acero, Pieter De Baker, and Fiona Kolbinger. Congratulations to them!

We are anxiously awaiting the confirmation of the third edition of CLINICCAI, expected to take place next year in October, in Vancouver, Canada, during the 26th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI-2023) with the support of the IHU Strasbourg and its team!

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