IPCAI 2020- Program
We are pleased to welcome you to IPCAI 2020 which will take place from June 23-24, 2020, in conjunction with the Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS) Congress. In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, IPCAI 2020 will be held as a fully virtual conference. The virtual conference platform is now available on the IPCAI website for everyone to explore the IPCAI 2020 program, and the virtual conference
characteristics. This year, the conference comprises the following components:
IPCAI paper presentations: For all IPCAI papers accepted at this year's conference, short 10 min presentations will be pre-recorded and be available on the conference platform. Selected papers will be presented in two live sessions: (1) “Selected Short Paper Presentations” which will include short presentations (10mins long) of regular papers voted by the conference delegates and the ACs, followed by a moderated live question/answer session. (2) “Selected Long Paper Presentations” which will include long presentations (20mins long) of regular papers shortlisted for an award by the IPCAI 2020 Award committee, followed by a moderated live question/answer session.
IPCAI paper and long abstract discussions: The “Online Town” will be used to host the “Regular Paper Town” and “Long Abstract Town” sessions where the conference delegates will have the opportunity to connect live to the presenting authors of each regular paper and long abstract, respectively.
Interactive sessions: The “Ask me anything” session has been introduced this year which will be a live session led by members of the IPCAI 2020 Steering Committee and ACs from academia and industry. The conference delegates will have the opportunity to ask in advance questions to be discussed during this session. More details can be found on the Virtual IPCAI website. Also, the “IPCAI Town” will allow the conference delegates to socialise and play the IPCAI quiz. Each paper will have a dedicated RocketChat channel to allow the communication between the delegates and the authors.
Keynote lectures: The CARS keynote lectures will be held live with question/answer options.
Voting and feedback: The conference delegates will have the opportunity to vote for short presentations to be presented during the “Selected Short Paper Presentation” session, vote for the best short presentation which will receive the audience award, and provide their feedback. More details can be found on the Virtual IPCAI website.
All the sessions have been scheduled in the time-zone of the hybrid CARS conference and in a time slot that will maximize world-wide attendance. To accommodate the delegates who can not participate within healthy working hours due to time zone issues, all the pre-recorded videos will be available on the website for registered users. To register for the conference, special registration and group registration fees are applicable at https://www.cars-int.org/cars-2020/registration/
The organizing team is committed to make IPCAI 2020 a vibrant and interactive virtual conference with exciting sessions which will welcome participants from all over the globe.
We look forward to seeing you there!
With our best regards
IPCAI 2020 Program Chairs
Stamatia Giannarou, Imperial College London, UK
Ilker Hacihaliloglu, Rutgers University, NJ, USA
Tuesday 23 June 2020 (Time zone is ceSt)
15:20-15:30 Welcome/Opening for IPCAI 2020
17:30-18:00 IPCAI Town - Social Get-Together / Voting for best short paper presentation
18:00-19:30 CARS Opening Ceremony and Keynote Lectures
19:30-20:30 Long Abstract Town
19:30-20:30 Research Paper Town
20:30-21:30 IPCAI Town - Quiz and Social Get-Together
Wednesday 24 June 2020 (Time zone is ceSt)
16:30-17:00 IPCAI Town - Social Get-Together/Give us your virtual feedback
18:30-19:30 “Ask me Anything” with the steering committee and ACs from industry
19:30-20:30 Lessons learned, Awards and Closing Ceremony
• Selected Short Paper Presentation – This session includes short presentations of regular papers voted by the conference delegates and the ACs followed by live Q&A with the authors.
• Selected Long Paper Presentation – This session includes long presentations of regular papers which have been shortlisted for an award by the IPCAI 2020 Award committee followed by live Q&A with the authors.
• Regular Paper Town - This session is an “Online Town” where the conference delegates will have the opportunity to discuss live to the presenting authors of each regular paper.
• Long Abstract Town - This session is an “Online Town” where the conference delegates will have the opportunity to connect live to the presenting authors of each regular paper.
• “Ask me anything” - This is a live session led by members of the IPCAI 2020 Steering Committee and ACs from academia and industry with discussion focusing on questions posted by the conference delegates in advance.
• IPCAI Town - This is an “Online Town” where the conference delegates will have the opportunity to socialise, play the IPCAI quiz, vote for the best short presentation and give feedback.
Research Theme 1: Tracking and Navigation
SciKit-Surgery: Compact Libraries for Surgical Navigation
Stephen Thompson, Thomas Dowrick, Mian Ahmad, Goufang Xiao, Bongjin Koo, Ester Bonmati, Kim Kahl, Matthew J. Clarkson.
University College London, London, UK. [IPCAI-2]
i3PosNet: Instrument Pose Estimation from X-Ray in temporal bone surgery
David Kugler, Jannik Sehring, Andrei Stefanov, Igor Stenin, Julia Kristin, Thomas Klenzner, Jorg Schipper, Anirban Mukhopadhyay.
Technischer Universitat Darmstadt, Germany. University Dusseldorf, Germany [IPCAI-106]
Learned Optical Flow for Intra-Operative Tracking of the Retinal Fundus
Claudio S Ravasio, Theodoros Pissas, Edward Bloch, Blanca Flores, Sepehr Jalali, Danail Stoyanov, Jorge M Cardoso, Lyndon Da Cruz, Christos Bergeles.
King's College London, UK. Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK. University College London, UK. [IPCAI-91]
Hand-eye Coordination Based Implicit Re-calibration Method for Gaze-tracking on Ultrasound Machines: A Statistical Approach
Hongzhi Zhu, Robert N. Rohling, Septimiu E. Salcudean.
University of British Columbia, Canada [IPCAI-145]
Light Modelling and Calibration in Laparoscopy
Richard Modrzejewski, Toby Collins, Alexandre Hostettler, Jacques Marescaux, Adrien Bartoli.
EnCoV, Institut Pascal, UMR, France. IRCAD and IHU-Strasbourg, France [IPCAI-14]
Tracking and Visualization of the Sensing Area for a Tethered Laparoscopic Gamma Probe
Baoru Huang, Ya-Yen Tsai, Joao Cartucho1, Kunal Vyas, David Tuch, Stamatia Giannarou, Daniel S. Elson.
The Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery, Imperial College London, London. Lightpoint Medical Ltd [IPCAI-102]
Deep Learning Based Anatomical Site Classification for Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
Qi He, Sophia Bano, Omer F Ahmad, Bo Yang, Xin Chen, Pietro Valdastri, Laurence B Lovat, Danail Stoyanov, Siyang Zuo. Tianjin University, China. University College London, London, UK. Tianjin Medical University, China. University of Leeds, Leeds, UK. [IPCAI-36]
Research Theme 2: Surgical Data Science
The Effect of Video Playback Speed on Surgeon Technical Skill Perception
Jason D. Kelly, Ashley Petersen, Thomas S. Lendvay, Timothy M. Kowalewski.
University of Minnesota, USA. Seattle Children’s Hospital, USA. [IPCAI-4]
A Robotic 3D Perception System for Operating Room Environment Awareness
Zhaoshuo Li, Amirreza Shaban, Jean-Gabriel Simard, Dinesh Rabindran, Simon DiMaio, Omid Mohareri.
Johns Hopkins University, USA. Universite de Montreal, Canada. Intuitive Surgical Inc., Sunnyvale, USA. [IPCAI-68]
Effect of real-time virtual reality-based teaching cues on learning needle passing for robot-assisted minimally invasive surgery: a randomized controlled trial
Anand Malpani, S. Swaroop Vedula, Henry C. Lin, Gregory D. Hager, Russell H. Taylor.
Johns Hopkins University, USA. Intuitive Surgical Inc., USA. [IPCAI-127]
FetNet: A Recurrent Convolutional Network for Occlusion Identification in Fetoscopic Videos
Sophia Bano, Francisco Vasconcelos, Emmanuel Vander Poorten, Tom Vercauteren, Sebastien Ourselin, Jan Deprest, Danail Stoyanov.
University College London, UK. King's College London, UK. University Hospital Leuven, Belgium. [IPCAI-61]
Automatic Task Recognition in a Flexible Endoscopy Benchtop Trainer with Semi-Supervised Learning
Valentin Bencteux, Guinther Saibro, Eran Shlomovitz, Pietro Mascagni, Silvana Perretta, Alexandre Hostettler, Jacques Marescaux, Toby Collins.
IHU Strasbourg, France [IPCAI-110]
LRTD: Long-Range Temporal Dependency based Active Learning for Surgical Workflow Recognition
Xueying Shi, Yueming Jin, Qi Dou, Pheng-Ann Heng.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China [IPCAI-27]
Research Theme 3: Interventional Imaging
Automatic Annotation of Hip Anatomy in Fluoroscopy for Robust and Efficient 2D/3D Registration
Robert Grupp, Mathias Unberath, Cong Gao, Rachel Hegeman, Ryan Murphy, Clayton Alexander, Yoshito Otake, Benjamin McArthur, Mehran Armand, Russell Taylor.
Johns Hopkins University, USA. Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan. University of Texas, USA. Texas Orthopedics, USA [IPCAI-120]
Light source calibration for multispectral imaging in surgery
Leonardo Ayala, Silvia Seidlitz, Anant Vemuri, Sebastian Wirkert, Thomas Kirchner, Tim Adler, Christina Luise Engels, Dogu Teber, Lena Maier-Hein.
German Cancer Research Center, Germany. Helmholtz Information and Data Science School for Health, Germany. Heidelberg University, Germany. Stadtisches Klinikum Karlsruhe, Germany. [IPCAI-30]
Learning from Irregularly Sampled Data for Endomicroscopy Super-resolution: A Comparative Study of Sparse and Dense Approaches
Agnieszka Barbara Szczotka, Dzhoshkun Ismail Shakir, Daniele Ravi, Matthew J. Clarkson, Stephen P. Pereira, Tom Vercauteren.
University College London, UK. King's College London, UK. [IPCAI-16]
WGAN Domain Adaptation for the Joint Optic Disc-and-Cup Segmentation in Fundus Images
Shreya Kadambi, Zeya Wang, Eric Xing.
Petuum Inc., USA. Carnegie Mellon University, USA. [IPCAI-138]
Acoustic Signal Analysis of Instrument-Tissue Interaction for Minimally Invasive Interventions
Daniel Ostler, Matthias Seibold, Jonas Fuchtmann, Nicole Samm, Hubertus Feussner, Dirk Felix Wilhelm, Nassir Navab. Technical University Munich, Germany. University of Zurich, Switzerland. [IPCAI-32]
Automatic intraoperative Optical Coherence Tomography Positioning
Matthias Grimm, Hessam Roodaki, Abouzar Eslami, Nassir Navab.
Technical University of Munich, Germany. Johns Hopkins University, USA. [IPCAI-80]
Detecting the Occluding Contours of the Uterus to Automatise Augmented Laparoscopy: Score, Loss, Dataset, Evaluation and User-Study
Tom Francois, Lilian Calvet, Sabrina Madad Zadeh, Damien Saboul, Simone Gasparini, Prasad Samarakoon, Nicolas Bourdel, Adrien Bartoli.
Institut Pascal, Universite Clermont Auvergne, France. [IPCAI-92]
Research Theme 4: Interventional Robotics, Evaluation and Validation
Investigating exploration for deep reinforcement learning of concentric tube robot control
Keshav Iyengar, George Dwyer, Danail Stoyanov.
University College London, UK [IPCAI-49]
Ultrasound 3D Reconstruction of Malignant Masses in Robotic-Assisted Partial Nephrectomy Using the PAF Rail System: a Comparison Study
Chongyun Wang, Charalampos Komninos, Stephanie Andersen, Claudia D'Ettorre, George Dwyer, Efthymios Maneas, Philip Edwards, Adrien Desjardins, Agostino Stilli, Danail Stoyanov.
University College London, UK. University of Patras, Greece. Stanford University, USA [IPCAI-64]
Leveraging Vision and Kinematics Data to Improve Realism of Biomechanic Soft-tissue Simulation for Robotic Surgery
Jie Ying Wu, Peter Kazanzides, Mathias Unberath.
Johns Hopkins University, USA. [IPCAI-96]
Perioperative Margin Detection In Basal Cell Carcinoma Using A Deep Learning Framework: A Feasibility Study
Alice Maria Leondina Santilli, Amoon Jamzad, Natasja N.Y Janssen, Martin Kaufmann, Laura Connolly, Kaitlin Vanderbeck, Ami Wang, Doug McKay, John F. Rudan, Gabor Fichtinger, Parvin Mousavi.
Queen's University, Canada. [IPCAI-21]
Preclinical Evaluation of Ultrasound-Augmented Needle Navigation for Laparoscopic Liver Ablation
Xinyang Liu, William Plishker, Timothy D Kane, David A Geller, Lung W Lau, Jun Tashiro, Karun Sharma, Raj Shekhar.
Children's National Health System, USA. IGI Technologies Inc., USA. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, USA. [IPCAI-98]
Pre-clinical evaluation of an image-guided in-situ Raman spectroscopy navigation system for targeted prostate cancer interventions
Roozbeh Shams, Fabien Picot, David Grajales, Guillaume Sheehy, Frederick Dallaire, Mirela Birlea, Fred Saad, Dominique Trudel, Cynthia Menard, Frederic Leblond, Samuel Kadoury.
Polytechnique Montreal, Canada. Centre Hospitalier de l’Universite de Montreal Research Center, Canada. [IPCAI-109]
Research Theme 5: Surgical Planning, Simulation and Advanced Intraoperative Visualization
Precise Proximal Femur Fracture Classification for Interactive Training and Surgical Planning
Amelia Jiménez-Sánchez, Anees Kazi, Shadi Albarqouni, Chlodwig Kirchhoff, Peter Biberthaler, Nassir Navab, Sonja Kirchhoff, Diana Mateus. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany. Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France. [IPCAI-79]
Dynamic path planning for percutaneous procedures in the abdomen during free breathing
Danial Pour Arab, Sandrine Voros, Caroline Essert.
TIMC-IMAG Laboratory, France. University of Strasbourg, France. [IPCAI-74]
Towards Automatic C-Arm Positioning for Standard Projections in Orthopedic Surgery
Lisa Kausch, Sarina Thomas, Holger Kunze, Maxim Privalov, Sven Vetter, Jochen Franke, Andreas Mahnken, Lena Maier-Hein, Klaus Maier-Hein.
German Cancer Research Center, Germany. Siemens Healthineers, Erlangen, Germany. BG Unfallklinik Ludwigshafen, Germany. Universitatsklinikum Marburg, Germany. [IPCAI-10]
Estimation of boundary conditions for patient-specific liver simulation during augmented surgery
Sergei Nikolaev, Stephane Cotin.
Inria, France [IPCAI-60]
Multimodal Mixed Reality Visualization for Intraoperative Surgical Guidance
Joao Cartucho, David Shapira, Hutan Ashrafian, Stamatia Giannarou.
Imperial College London, UK. ETH Zurich, Switzerland. [IPCAI-5]
Evaluation of a Marker-Less, Intra-Operative, Augmented Reality Guidance System for Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy
Megha Kalia, Prateek Mathur, Keith Tsang, Peter Black, Nassir Navab, Septimiu Salcudean.
University of British Columbia, Canada. Technical University of Munich, Germany. [IPCAI-124]
Augmented reality simulator for ultrasound-guided percutaneous renal access
Yanyu Mu, David Hocking, Zhan Tao (Peter) Wang, Gregory J. Garvin, Roy Eagleson, Terry M. Peters.
Western University, Canada. [IPCAI-132]
Research Theme 6: Interventional Ultrasound
A deep learning method for real-time intraoperative US image segmentation in prostate brachytherapy
Kibrom Berihu Girum, Alain Lalande, Raabid Hussain, Gilles Créhange.
University of Burgundy, France. CGFL, France. CHU Dijon, France. [IPCAI-7]
Automatic segmentation of the carotid artery and internal jugular vein from 2D ultrasound images for 3D vascular reconstruction
Leah Groves, Blake Vanberlo, Natan Veinberg, Abdulrahman Alboog, Terry Peters, Elvis Chen.
Western University, Canada. Robarts Research, Canada. [IPCAI-134]
Robust Real-time Bone Surfaces Segmentation from Ultrasound Using a Local Phase Tensor Guided CNN
Puyang Wang, Vishal Patel, Ilker Hacihaliloglu.
Johns Hopkins University, USA. Rutgers University, USA. [IPCAI-22]
Bone Shadow Segmentation from Ultrasound Data for Orthopedic Surgery Using GAN
Ahmed Alsinan, Vishal Patel, Ilker Hacihaliloglu.
Johns Hopkins University, USA. Rutgers University, USA. [IPCAI-12]
Cardiac Point-of-Care to Cart-Based Ultrasound Translation Using Constrained CycleGAN
Mohammad Hossein Jafari, Hany Girgis, Nathan Van Woudenberg, Nate Moulson, Christina Luong, Andrea Fung, Shane Balthazaar, John Jue, Micheal Tsang, Parvathy Nair, Ken Gin, Robert Rohling, Purang Abolmaesumi, Teresa Tsang.
University of British Columbia, Canada. Vancouver General Hospital, Canada. [IPCAI-2]
Improving Detection of Prostate Cancer Foci via Information Fusion of MRI and Temporal Enhanced Ultrasound
Alireza Sedghi, Alireza Mehrtash, Amoon Jamzad, Amel Amalou, William M. Wells III, Tina Kapur, Jin Tae Kwak, Baris Turkbey, Peter Choyke, Peter Pinto, Bradford Wood, Sheng Xu, Purang Abolmaesumi, Parvin Mousavi.
Queen's University, Canada. University of British Columbia, Canada. Harvard Medical School, USA. Sejong University, Korea. The National Institutes of Health Research Center, USA. [IPCAI-9]
Deformation Compensation in Robotically-Assisted Breast Biopsy PDF
Vincent Groenhuis, Eleonora Tagliabue, Marcel K. Welleweerd, Françoise J Siepel, Juan David Munoz Osorio, Bogdan Maris, Diego Dall'Alba, Uwe Zimmermann, Paolo Fiorini, Stefano Stramigioli
University of Twente, University of Verona, KUKA Deutschland GmbH. [IPCAI-142]
Comparison of acoustic rhinometry, rhinomanometry and lattice Boltzmann simulation of nasal air flow PDF
Manuel Berger, Martin Pillei, Andreas Mehrle, Wolfgang Recheis, Florian Kral, Michael Kraxner, Wolfgang Freysinger
Medical University of Innsbruck, MCI Innsbruck, Kardinal Schwarzenberg Hospital. [IPCAI-148]
FastPathology: An open-source platform for artificial intelligence-based digital pathology PDF
André Pedersen, Erik Smistad, Ingerid Reinertsen, Marit Valla
SINTEF, NTNU. [IPCAI-149]
MARIN: an Open Source Mobile Augmented Reality Interactive Neuronavigation System PDF
Étienne Léger, Jonatan Reyes, Simon Drouin, Tiberiu Popa, Jeffery A. Hall, D. Louis Collins & Marta Kersten-Oertel
Concordia University, Canada. McGill University, Canada. École de technologie supérieure, Canada [IPCAI-55]