Seminar: Computer-Assisted Surgery (2SWS)


TBA (planned as a block seminar in January 2021 this semester)

Lecturer Anneke Meyer, Julian Alpers, Prof. Dr. Christian Hansen
MajorCV(B/M), IF(B/M), INGIF(B/M), WIF(B/M), MSE (M)

Research topics in the field of computer-assisted surgery are presented and discussed in this seminar. Therefore, scientific publications are provided by the lecturer. The aim of this seminar is to provide an overview about current research in computer-assisted surgery. In addition, students can train and improve their skills in scientific reading, presentation and discussion.

The number of participants for this seminar is limited. A registration via LSF is required.


Introduction ppt

Surgical Visualization

Liver surgery planning using virtual reality  
Temperature Prediction Model for Bone Drilling Based on Density Distribution and In Vivo Experiments for Minimally Invasive Robotic Cochlear Implantation  

Surgery Planning

Visualization support for the planning of hepatic needle placement  
Preoperative planning and real-time assisted navigation by three-dimensional individual digital model in partial nephrectomy with three-dimensional laparoscopic system  

Surgery Planning

Surgical planning tool for robotically assisted hearing aid implantation
Haptic computer-assisted patient-specific preoperative planning for orthopedic fractures surgery  

Tracking and Navigation

A navigation system for open liver surgery: design, workflow and first clinical applications  

Tracking and Navigation

Real-Time Estimation of Three-Dimensional Needle Shape and Deflection for MRI-Guided Interventions  

Surgeon-Computer Interaction

Touchless Interaction in Surgery  
Hand, Foot or Voice: Alternative Input Modalities for Touchless Interaction in the Medical Domain  

Surgical Robots

In-bore setup and software for 3T MRI-guided transperineal prostate biopsy  
Real-Time Illustration of Vascular Structures  

Medical Augmented Reality

Augmented reality in laparoscopic surgical oncology  
Evaluation of a portable image overlay projector for the visualisation of surgical navigation data: phantom studies  

Medical Augmented Reality



Surgical Training & Workflow

Highly-Immersive Virtual Reality Laparoscopy Simulation:Development and Future Aspects
Improving Surgical Training Phantoms by Hyperrealism: Deep Unpaired Image-to-Image Translation from Real Surgeries