The 2nd International Symposium on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy

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Contents

Name of symposium

  • Official name
    • The 2nd International Symposium for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas "Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy and Its Application to Highly Intelligent Diagnosis and Therapy"
  • Abbrev. name
    • The 2nd International Symposium on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy

Date

  • Feb. 11, 12, 2016

Admission charge

  • Free

Poster

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Venue

  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas, MEXT, Japan

Co-sponsor

  • Information and Communications, Nagoya University

Invited talk

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  • Professor Alejandro F. Frangi (CISTIB Centre for Computational Imaging & Simulation Technologies in Biomedicine, The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK)
    http://www.cistib.org http://www.aneurist.org
  • Title : Computational medicine: towards integrated management of cerebral aneurysms
    • Abstract
      Current availability of and access to multifactorial andmultiscale disease biomarkers opens the promise of comprehensive and personalised profiling of the health status of individuals. Ultimately, this is expected to deliver more effective diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment outcome. However, abundance of biomedical data in itself does not equate, in general, to improved patient care; it also contributes to the current information deluge and fragmented picture of health that cli-nicians have to deal with daily. A modern and integrative approach to decision making in healthcare requires the ability to discover quantitative disease biomarkers (e.g. genetics, biochemistry, anato-my, physiology, etc.) and to construct multifactorial decision support systems able dealing with the complexity and heterogeneity of current data sources. Computational methods, particularly those stemming from computational imaging and computational physiology are fundamental here. In turn, national and international initiatives are creating increasingly larger and richer multi-modal databases of cross-sectional and longitudinal data from where principled disease and disease progression mod-els are to be derived by computational methods. Computational Medicine aims at developing the framework and tools to tackle these challenges, ad-dress the unmet clinical need of such integrated investigation of the human body from modern data sources, and render practical methods and systems for personalized and predictive medicine. This lecture will focus on and illustrate two specific aspects: a) how the integration of biomedical imaging and sensing, signal and image computing, and computational physiology are essential components in addressing the challenge of a more personalized, predictive and integrative healthcare, and b) how such principles are pragmatically put at work to address specific clinical questions in the neurovascular domain. The latter, are taken from @neurIST (www.aneurist.org), an EU project led by the speaker. Finally, this lecture will also underline the importance of model validation as a key factor in translational credibility and success; and how such validations span from technical validation of specific modelling components to clinical assessment of the proposed tools. The talk will conclude by outlining some of the areas where current research efforts fall short and where further investigation is required in the upcoming years.
  • References
    • Frangi AF, Hose DR, Hunter PJ, Ayache N, Brooks D. Guest editorial special issue on medical imaging and image computing in computational physiology. IEEE Trans Med Imaging. 2013;32:1-7.
    • Frangi AF, Coatrieux JL, Peng GCY, D'Argenio DZ, Marmarelis VZ, Michailova A. Editorial: Special issue on multiscale modeling and analysis in computational biology and medicine-part-1. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2011;58:2936-2942

Program

Day 1 Thursday, Feb 11 9:00 - 20:30 (Registration opens at 8:30) Poster set-up (8:30- 10:55)

  1. Opening remarks/Makoto Hashizume (Kyushu University) (9:00 - 9:10)
  2. Academic specialist's address/Yoshiharu Ishikawa (Nagoya University) (9:10 - 9:20)
  3. Keynote address/Makoto Hashizume (Kyushu University) (9:20 - 9:50)
  4. Poster session I and coffee break (9:50 - 10:10)
  5. Special lecture (IT-1) Computational Medicine: Towards Integrated Management of Cerebral Aneurysms/Professor Alejandro F. Frangi (Session Chair Kensaku Mori, Nagoya University) (10:10 - 11:10)
  6. Research Activity Reports by Planned Research Groups A01: Foundations of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy (11:15 - 12:15, 3 teams, 20 min each) (Session Chair Hiroshi Fujita, Gifu University)
    • A01-1 Mathematical Foundations of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Hidekata Hontani)
    • A01-2 Fundamental Technologies for Integration of Multiscale Spatiotemporal Morphology in Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Akinobu Shimizu)
    • A01-3 Fundamental Technologies for Integration of Function and Pathology in Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Yoshinobu Sato)
    Lunch break (12:15 - 13:25)
  7. Research Activity Reports by Public Offered Groups A01: Foundations of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy (13:25 - 14:45, 8 teams, 10 min each) (Session Chair Noboru Niki, Tokushima University)
    • A01-KB001 Development of High Resolution Viscoelasti Imaging System using MRI -Progress Overview FY 2015- (PI: Mikio Suga)
    • A01-KB002 Registration between Pathological and MR Images using Optical Macro and Blocked Macro images - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Takashi Ohnishi)
    • A01-KB003 Development of fully automatic algorithm for defining anatomical landmarks from a huge image dataset - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Shouhei Hanaoka)
    • A01-KB004 Three-dimensional Analysis of the Bronchial Branching in Human Embryonic Stages - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Tetsuya Takakuwa)
    • A01-KB005 Feature Extraction of Lung Cancer Pathological Images Using Convolutional Autoencoder -Progress Overview FY 2015- (PI Naoaki Ono)
    • A01-KB006 Design Analysis of Three-Dimensional Periodic Network Patterns of the Sinusoid and Bile Canaliculi in the Hepatic Lobule -Progress Overview FY 2015- (PI Hiroto Shoji)
    • A01-KB007 Spatio-temporal Statistical Shape Model Construction for Longitudinal Brain Deformation Analysis Using Weighted PCA - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Syoji Kobashi)
    • A01-KB008 Multi-dimensional Medical Image Analysis Based on Multilinear Spase Coding -Progress Overview FY 2015- (PI Yen-wei Chen)
  8. Poster session II and coffee break (14:45 -15:30)
  9. Research Activity Reports by Planned Research Groups A02: Computer-Aided Diagnosis and Surgery Systems Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy (15:30 - 16:30, 3 teams, 20 min each) (Session Chair Shoji Kido, Yamaguchi University)
    • A02-1 Pre/intra-operative Diagnostic and Navigational Assistance Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2015 -(PI Kensaku Mori)
    • A02-2 Cancer Diagnosis and Prognosis Assistance Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Noboru Niki)
    • A02-3 Function Integrated Diagnostic Assistance Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Hiroshi Fujita)
  10. Research Activity Reports by Public Offered Groups A02: Computer-Aided Diagnosis and Surgery Systems Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy (16:30 - 18:00, 9 teams, 10 min each) (Session Chair Etsuko Kobayashi, Tokyo University)
    • A02-KB001 Development of High-Accuracy Brain MRI Image Analysis Techniques Using Brain Local Features - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Koichi Ito)
    • A02-KB002 Quantitative Tumor Imaging Technology Assisting 5-ALA-based Neurosurgery - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Hideaki Haneishi)
    • A02-KB003 Computerized Evaluation of the Rib Kinetics and Pulmonary Function based on Dynamic Chest Radiography - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Rie Tanaka)
    • A02-KB004 Visible to Near-Infrared Spectroscopic Ultrahigh Resolution Optical Coherence Tomography - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Norihiko Nishizawa)
    • A02-KB005 Personalized Brain Stimulation with Development of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation System and Support Software Based on Electromagnetics - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Akimasa Hirata)
    • A02-KB006 Computer-Aided Diagnosis System Using Image Features and Metabolic Function for Lesion on Breast MRI - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Ryohei Nakayama)
    • A02-KB007 Development of Quantitative Viscoelasticity Imaging Based on Shear Wave Propagation Model and its Application to Diagnosis of Liver Fibrosis - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Tsuyoshi Shiina)
    • A02-KB008 X-ray Dark-Field Imaging: Attempts at Improving Spatial Resolution and Medical Applications -Progress Overview FY 2015- (PI Masami Ando)
    • A02-KB009 Development of Diagnostic Algorithms for Dementia Unifying Time Histories of Amyloid Beta, Brain Morphology, and Blood Contents - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI: Yuichi Kimura)
Banquet, Noyori Hall 1F (18:30 - 20:30)

Day 2 Friday, Feb 12 9:00 - 16:50 (Registration opens at 8:30)

  1. Research Activity Reports by Planned Research Groups A03: Clinical and Scientific Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy (9:00 - 10:00, 3 teams, 20 min each) (Session Chair Yoshinobu Sato, Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
    • A03-1 Clinical Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy to Surgery - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Makoto Hashizume)
    • A03-2 Clinical Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy to Diagnosis - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Shoji Kido)
    • A03-3 Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy across Biomedical Engineering - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Etsuko Kobayashi)
  2. Poster session III and coffee break (10:00 - 11:00)
    Tour of Information Technology Center, Nagoya University (incl. live demonstration by A02-1 group)
  3. Research Activity Reports by Public Offered Groups A03: Clinical and Scientific Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy (11:00 - 12:10, 7 teams, 10 min each) (Session Chair Akinobu Shimizu, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
    • A03-KB001 Prediction of the Initiation of Cerebral Aneurysms - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Kuniyasu Niizuma)
    • A03-KB002 3D Virtual Pancreatic Surgical Simulation Combined with Real-time Deformation using CT-MRI fusion - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Yukio Oshiro)
    • A03-KB003 Qualitative Rapid Cell Diagnosis by Mutual Understanding of Acoustic Characteristics and Structural Features of Living Tissue -Progress Overview FY 2015- (PI Tadashi Yamaguchi)
    • A03-KB006 Ischemic Reperfusion Injury by Selective Hepatic Artery Clamping Induced the Sinusoidal Flow Increase in Rat -Progress Overview FY 2015- (PI Atsushi Kudo)
    • A03-KB007 Evaluation of Interstitial Pneumonia using 3D-curved High-resolution CT Imaging Parallel to the Chest Wall - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Shingo Iwano)
    • A03-KB008 Micro-Computed Tomography of the Lung: Imaging of Alveolar Duct and Alveolus in Human Lung -Progress Overview FY 2015- (PI Shota Nakamura)
    • A03-KB009 Three-Dimensional Reconstruction from Serial Section of Human Embryos and Application to Education of Developmental Biology - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Shigehito Yamada)
    Lunch break (12:10 - 13:40)
  4. Research Activity Reports by Public Offered Groups A03: Clinical and Scientific Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy (13:40 - 14:30, 5 teams, 10 min each) (Session Chair Hidekata Hontani, Nagoya Institute of Technology)
    • A03-KB010 Integration of Computed Anatomy and Bio-Texture Modeling Technology for High-intelligence therapeutic navigation system - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Maki Sugimoto)
    • A03-KB011 Real-time Measurement of Spinal Canal Deformation from X-Ray Images for a Diagnosis for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis - Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Amar Husejic)
    • A03-KB012 Enteric Nervous System Visualization with Cresyl Violet-assisted Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy -Progress Overview FT2015 – (PI Kazuki Sumiyama)
    • A03-KB013 Digitized Brain-mapping Localization and their Compiled Brain-function Database For the Future-predicting Glioma Surgery -Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Manabu Tamura)
    • A03-KB014 Construction of Computational Cardiac Model with Congenital Heart Diseases based on Isolated Human Hearts -Progress Overview FY2015 - (PI Ryo Haraguchi)
  5. Poster Session IV and coffee break (14:30 - 15:30)
    Tour of Information Technology Center, Nagoya University (incl. live demonstration by A02-1 group)
  6. Activity Reports of Working Groups (15:30 - 16:15) (Session Chair Yoshitaka Masutani, Hiroshima City University)
    Working groups for Public relations, International partnership, Human resources, Scientific principle development, Database assistance, Medical assistance
  7. Final Evaluation of the Project by Advisory Committee Members Session (16:15 - 16:45)(Session Chair Makoto Hashizume, Kyushu University)
  8. Closing remarks/Makoto Hashizume (Kyushu University) (16:45 - 16:50)
    Poster take down (16:50 - 17:00)
    Clean up (- 17:20)

Reception

  • Date
    • Feb. 11, 2016 18:30 - 20:30
  • Place
    • Noyori Memorial Hall, Nagoya University
  • Admission for reception
    • 3000 JPY per person

For presenters

Proceedings manuscript submission

  • Please send to: tagen-compana16 @ mori.m.is.nagoya-u.ac.jp 
  • This address is for submission only. For questions about the symposium, please contact the office at akiya @ dem.med.kyushu-u.ac.jp
  • For including video files
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Submit video files with the PDF file
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Presentation language

  • English only

Contents of reports

  • Research head group
    • Poster presentation
Research activities by young investigators
  • Planned research groups
    • Research plan and progress, current states of collaboration between project teams and international collaboration
    • Oral presentation: 20 min presentation per group (incl discussion)
    • Poster presentation: minimum 1 presentation per group
Research achievement (max 5 poster panels)
PC Demonstration (optional)
  • Public Offered groups
    • Oral presentation: 10 min presentation per group (incl discussion)
    • Poster presentation: 1 panel per group

Slide template

Poster template

  • Poster size: A0 size in portrait orientation
    A0 size is 84.1cm x 118.9cm
    Posters should be in portrait (vertical) orientation
  • Please download the poster template (A0 size) below
    poster template PowerPoint file
  • Picture of poster panel (poster tapes and push pins will be provided by the office)
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