Two awards at the MICCAI CMRxMotion Challenge

The 25th¬†International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) conference was held 18-22 September 2022 in Singapore. At the conference, the openGTN PhD researchers Yasmina Al Khalil and Sina Amirrajab received two awards from the MICCAI CMRxMotion Challenge. They participated in two tasks: “Robust CMR Segmentation” and “Image Quality Assessment”, ended up 3rd in both! Ample synthesized image data was used to train the deep-learning neural network solutions that they implemented.

Final openGTN public symposium

at the University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands
2 November 2022

The final public symposium of the Open Ground Truth Training Network (openGTN) project will take place on Wednesday 2 November, hosted by the Fall Meeting of the Dutch Society for Pattern Recognition and Image Processing (NVPHBV). The morning will be fully dedicated to openGTN: exciting new methods of MRI simulation and synthesis and their application to image segmentation will be presented by the involved PhD researchers. Keynote presentation will be given by prof. dr. Sebastian Kozerke from ETH Zurich. In the afternoon, more broader applications of simulation and synthesis will be presented, also outside the medical imaging domain.

You can register for the symposium via the website of the NVPHBV