The 4th International Symposium on Multi-disciplinary Computational Anatomy

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Name of symposium

  • Official name
    • The 4th International Symposium for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas "Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy and Its Application to Highly Intelligent Diagnosis and Therapy"
  • Abbrev. name
    • The 4th International Symposium on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy

Date

  • March 2 and 3, 2018

Venue

  • The University of Tokyo

Invited talk

  • Marco Viceconti
  • Insigneo Institute, University of Sheffield (Executive Director)
  • title: Predicting hip fracture: there and back again
  • abstract
    Predicting the risk of hip fracture is essential for the correct clinical management of osteoporosis patients. We will review the journey from the development of population-based models such as FRAX, developed in Sheffield by Prof Kanis, to the development of the Insigneo CT2S patient-specific modelling technologies, to the most recent developments toward a virtual population, multiscale and stochastic simulator, to be used for intervention optimisation.
  • Peter Hunter
  • The University of Auckland (Director of the Auckland Bioengineering Institute)
  • title: A multiscale biophysically based framework for computational anatomy and physiology

Program

Day 1 Friday, Mar 2, 9:30 - 17:45(Registration opens at 9:10)Poster set-up(9:00 - 13:30)

  1. Opening remarks/Makoto Hashizume (Kyushu University) (9:30 - 9:35)
  2. Academic specialist's address/Yoshiharu Ishikawa (Nagoya University) (9:35 - 9:45)
  3. Keynote address/Makoto Hashizume (Kyushu University) (9:45 - 10:00)
  4. Invited Talk (10:00 - 11:00)
    Coffee Break (11:00 - 11:15)
  5. MCA Senario Session 1 (11:15 - 12:15)
    Lunch(12:15 - 13:30)
    Poster Teasers by Planned Research Groups (13:30 - 13:45)(3 teasers, 3 min each)
    • A01-1 Mathematical Foundations of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2017 - (PI Hidekata Hontani)
    • A01-2 Fundamental Technologies for Integration of Multiscale Spatiotemporal Morphology in Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2017 - (PI Akinobu Shimizu)
    • A01-3 Fundamental Technologies for Integration of Function and Pathology in Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2017 - (PI Yoshinobu Sato)
    Poster Teasers by Public Offered Research Groups(13:45 - 14:00)(11 teasers, 1 min each)
    • A01-KB101 Multi-modal and Multi-scale Image Registration for Property Analysis of Brain Tumor -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Takashi Onishi)
    • A01-KB102 Quantitative Evaluation of Diseased Tissue by Viscoelastic Imaging System -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Mikio Suga)
    • A01-KB103 Development of a Generation Method for Local Appearance Models of Normal Organs by DCNN -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Shouhei Hanaoka)
    • A01-KB104 Application of Structured Light Illumination and Compressive Sensing to High Speed Laminar Optical Fluorescence Tomography -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Ichiro Sakuma)
    • A01-KB105 Extraction and Visualization of Cellular Morphological Features and Their Pathological Changes Using Deep Neural Network -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Yoichi Miyawaki)
    • A01-KB106 Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomical Analysis for the Change in the Cardiac Fiber Orientation at Congestive Heart Failure -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Toshiaki Akita)
    • A01-KB107 Development of Measurement Technique for 3D Deformation Field of Multiphase Structure Aiming at the Elucidation of Tumor Invasive Mechanism -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Yasuyuki Morita)
    • A01-KB108 Construction of Classyfier of Tumore Cell Types of Pancreas Cancer Based on Pathological Images Using Deep Learning -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Naoki Ono)
    • A01-KB109 The Analysis on Three-Dimensional Morphologies of Hepatic Microstructures in Hepatic Diseases -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Hiroto Shoji)
    • A01-KB110 Disorder Development Onset Prediction Based on Spatiotemporal Statistical Shape Model -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Syoji Kobashi)
    • A01-KB111 Magnetic Resonance q-Space Imaging using Generating Function and Bayesian Inference -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Eizo Umezawa)
  6. Poster Session & Coffee Break(14:00 - 15:00)
  7. MCA Scenario Session 2 (15:15 - 16:15)
  8. Research Activity Reports by Research Groups A02: Computer-Aided Diagnosis and Surgery Systems Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy (16:15 - 17:45)
    Poster Teasers by Planned Research Groups(16:15 - 16:30)(3 teasers, 3 min each)
    • A02-1 Pre/intra-operative Diagnostic and Navigational Assistance Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2017 -(PI Kensaku Mori)
    • A02-2 Cancer Diagnosis and Prognosis Assistance Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2017 - (PI Noboru Niki)
    • A02-3 Function Integrated Diagnostic Assistance Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy - Progress Overview FY2017 - (PI Hiroshi Fujita)
    Poster Teasers by Public Offered Research Groups(16:30 - 16:45)(11 teasers, 1 min each)
    • A02-KB101 Brain MRI Image Analysis Technologies and Its Application to Medical Image Analysis of Alzheimer's Diseases -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Koichi Ito)
    • A02-KB102 A Machine Learning Based Framework for Developing Various Computer- assisted Detection System with Generated Image Features-Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Mitsutaka Nemoto)
    • A02-KB103 Computerized Evaluation of Pulmonary Function Based on the Rib and Diaphragm Motion by Dynamic Chest Radiography-Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Rie Tanaka)
    • A02-KB104 Creation of Large-scale and High-Performance Technology for Processes of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy by Utilizing Supercomputers -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Takahiro Katagiri)
    • A02-KB105 Ultrahigh Resolution Optical Coherence Microscopy at Visible to Near-infrared Wavelength Region -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Norihiko Nishizawa)
    • A02-KB106 Magneto-Stimulation System for Brain Based on Medical Images -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Akimasa Hirata)
    • A02-KB107 Analysis of Central Nervous System and Skeletal System During Human Early-fetal Period Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Tetsuya Takakuwa)
    • A02-KB108 Quantitative Evaluation of Fatty Metamorphosis and Fibrosis of Liver Based on Models of Ultrasound and Light Propagation and its Application to Hepatic Disease Diagnosis -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Tsuyoshi Shiina)
    • A02-KB109 A Computer Aided Support System for Deep Brain Stimulation by Multidisciplinary Brain Atlas Database -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Ken’ichi Morooka)
    • A02-KB110 Development of Multiple Skeletal Muscle Recognition Technique in the Thoracoabdominal Region for Respiratory Muscle Function Analysis -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Naoki Kamiya)
    • A02-KB111 Application Study on Micro-tomographic Visualization of Spatio-Temporal Mechanical Characteristics of Biological Tissue -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Souichi Saeki)
  9. Poster Session(16:45 - 17:45)

Day 2 saturday, Mar 3 9:30 - 16:40 (Registration opens at 9:10)

  1. Invited Talk (9:30 -10:30)
    Coffee Break (10:30 - 10:45)
  2. MCA Scenario session 3 (10:45 - 11:45)
    Lunch (11:45 - 13:00)
  3. Research Activity Reports by Research Groups A03: Clinical and Scientific Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy (13:00 - 14:40)
    Poster teasers by Planned Research Groups (13:00 - 13:15)(3 teasers, 3 min each)
    • A03-1 Clinical Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy to Surgery - Progress Overview FY2017 - (PI Makoto Hashizume)
    • A03-2 Clinical Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy to Diagnosis - Progress Overview FY2017 - (PI Shoji Kido)
    • A03-3 Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy across Biomedical Engineering - Progress Overview FY2017 - (PI Etsuko Kobayashi)
    Poster Teasers by Public Offered Research Groups (13:15 -13:30)(9 teasers, 1 min each)
    • A03-KB101 Development of General Biophysical Model for Realization of Ultrasonic Qualitative Real-time Pathological Diagnosis -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Tadashi Yamaguchi)
    • A03-KB102 Autonomous Control of a Surgical Assistant Robot with a Stereoscopic Endoscope That Can Obtain Depth Information in Real Time FY 2017- (PI:Atsushi Nishikawa)
    • A03-KB103 Applications of Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy across Biomedical Engineering -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Shingo Iwano)
    • A03-KB104 The morphometric analysis for the morphogenesis of the craniofacial structures and the evolution of the nasal protrusion in humans -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Shigehito Yamada)
    • A03-KB105 Postoperative Prediction of Pulmonary Resection Based on Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy Model by Integrating the Temporal Responses and Biomechanical Functions -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Xian Chen)
    • A03-KB106 Development of Bone Strength Prediction Method by Using Multidisciplinary Computational Anatomy with Damage Mechanics -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Mitsugu Toda)
    • A03-KB107 Computer-aided Diagnostic System Based on Deep Learning Which Supports Endoscopists’ Decision Making on the Treatment of Colorectal Polyps -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Yuichi Mori)
    • A03-KB108 Normalized Brain Datasets with Functional Information Project the Future-predicting Glioma Surgery -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Manabu Tamura)
    • A03-KB109 Artificial intelligence based radiogenomic diagnosis of gliomas -Progress Overview FY 2017- (PI:Manabu Kinoshita)
  4. Poster Session & Coffee Break (13:30 - 14:45)
  5. Panel Discussion ``What is the final goal of MCA project? (14:45 - 15:45)
  6. Activity Reports of Working Groups (15:45 - 16:00)
    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 (16:00 - 16:30)
  8. Closing remarks/Makoto Hashizume (Kyushu University) (16:30 - 16:40)