News and Upcoming

 
 

Recent papers published by CIR members: here 

 
 

We are glad to announce that the Fetal Tissue Annotation and segmentation challenge (FeTA 2022) will be held for the second time in conjunction with MICCAI 2022 in September 2022. Link

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New paper by Bianca Burger et al.: "How the functional brain architecture and its cortical topography are shaped differently by genes and environment", published in NeuroImage, December 2021, Link

 
 

The 7th PerInatal Preterm and Pediatric Image analysis (PIPPI 2022) workshop was accepted to be held in conjunction with MICCAI 2022 in Singapur. Link

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The work "Dynamic memory to alleviate catastrophic forgetting in continual learning with medical imaging" has been published in Nature Communications, September 2021. Congratulations Matthias Perkonigg, Johannes Hofmanninger and Team!

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The paper on "Cross-species functional alignment reveals evolutionary hierarchy within the connectome" was voted best paper of the year 2020 in NeuroImage. Congratulations Karl-Heinz Nennning and Ernst Schwartz for this great work and collaboration with a lot of other teams! Link

Join the Fetal Infant Toddler Neuro imaging Group (FIT'NG) at the FLUX congress full day workshop - FIT’NG All Ages: Advantages and Challenges of Longitudinal Fetal, Infant, and Toddler Neuroimaging - with an exciting talk about "The in utero development of brain structure and function" by Georg Langs on 17th of September 2021, 09:00 - 15:00 (EST). Registration here

We have joined the Open Source Image Consortium (OSIC) to collaborate and pool resources for finding better diagnostic approaches and treatments for interstitial lung diseases.

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Tracking distributed changes in the functional brain organization of glioblastoma patients. New paper by Karl-Heinz Nenning et al. 2020. Link

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Computational Imaging Research Lab | Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy | Medical University of Vienna