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23/11/2010
Call for Paper: ICCSA 2011 - Special Session: Virtual Reality in Medicine and Surgery

Dal 20 al 23 giugno 2011 si terrà presso l'Università di Cantabria, Spagna, il 2011 International Conference on Computational Science and its Applications (ICCSA 2011) - Special Session: Virtual Reality in Medicine and Surgery

Call for Paper
Advances in technologies are making it possible to develop systems that can help surgeons to perform their tasks in ways which are both faster and safer.
Virtual Reality (VR) technology allow surgeons to practice and rehearse the surgical procedures on virtual patients, that are realistic replicas of living patients with actual pathologies, and to experiment various scenarios without risk.
Virtual Reality applications can guide the physicians and bring them extra information before (diagnosis and pre-operative planning) or during the procedures (image-guided therapy).
Augmented Reality (AR) technology has the potential to bring the direct visualization advantage of the open surgery back to the minimally invasive surgery and can increase the physician's view with information gathered from a patient's medical images.
The aim of this Special Session is to present recent advances in VR and AR applications in Medicine and Surgery and to bring together a community of researchers, computer scientists, physicians, surgeons, engineers in order to share points of views and emerging and future tools for diagnosis and therapy.

Topics of the Session:
· Virtual Reality for training
· surgical simulators
· Virtual Reality for surgical pre-operative planning
· interactive systems for education and training in surgery
· computed assisted intervention
· virtual patient
· Augmented Reality in medicine and surgery
· image-guided surgery
· visualization and simulation
· modelling of human organs
· Virtual Reality based rehabilation
· robotics and haptics

Chairs:
Giovanni Aloisio - Salento University, Dept. of Innovation Engineering, Italy
Lucio Tommaso De Paolis - Salento University, Dept. of Innovation Engineering, Italy

Contacts:
Lucio Tommaso De Paolis (lucio.depaolis@unisalento.it)
Giovanni Aloisio (giovanni.aloisio@unisalento.it)

Submission:
Authors are invited to submit their research contributions or practical experience reports by following the submission guidelines of the ICCSA 2011.
For a better planning, it is suggested to inform the session chairs of the paper submission.

Dates:
Paper submission deadline: December 31, 2010
Notification of acceptance: March 7, 2011
Final submission: April 4, 2011
Conference: June 20-23, 2011

Web: http://www.iccsa.org

 

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