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NA-MIC Project Weeks

Welcome to the web page for the 39th Project Week!

This event will take place June 12-16, 2023 in Montreal, Canada.

If you have any questions, you can contact the organizers.

Registration

Zoom

During Project Week, a zoom session will be running continuously and will be used for both project presentations and breakout sessions. Please join at this link. Note that the Slicer Internationalization breakout session will use a different zoom session available using this link.

Discord

The Discord application is used to communicate between team members and organize activities before and during Project Week. Please join the Project Week Discord server as soon as possible and explore its functionality before the workshop. For more information on the use of Discord before and during Project Week, please visit this page.

Venue

The images below show how to get to the PW39 conference room. If you Google “ETS”, it will take you to the main building of the university (1). You need to walk about 200 meters to get to the building called “Maison des étudiants” (2). Enter the building and either climb the stairs or take the elevator on the right to reach the second floor(3). From there, you should easily find the registration desk. The conference room for PW39 is right beside.

Venue entrance on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/xNedgMBt4C6jwiCu5

Agenda

How to add this calendar to your own?

Breakout sessions

  1. Future of rendering in VTK and Slicer
  2. AMP SCZ Program
  3. Slicer Platform Update Slides
  4. IGT

Contributing Project Pages

Videos in project pages

Here are some steps to make sure all of your awesome videos render correctly:

  1. Videos added by drag and drop will render correctly when viewed through GitHub, but need some extra tweaks to work in the final generated website. In your README.md, if you have a video link that looks like this:
     https://github.com/NA-MIC/ProjectWeek/assets/66890913/8f257f29-fa9c-4319-8c49-4138003eba27
    

    Update it to:

     <video
       controls muted
       src="https://github.com/NA-MIC/ProjectWeek/assets/66890913/8f257f29-fa9c-4319-8c49-4138003eba27"
       style="max-height:640px; min-height: 200px">
     </video>
    
    
  2. Links to externally hosted videos (such as YouTube) will need an iframe. Replace:
     https://youtu.be/ZWxE5QcGvE8
    

    with

     <iframe width="420" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZWxE5QcGvE8">
     </iframe>
    

Updating existing project pages

Here are the steps using the GitHub web interface:

  1. Navigate to your project’s README.md on the GitHub website. For instance, if you want to update a project called YourProjectName, visit the URL https://github.com/NA-MIC/ProjectWeek/blob/master/PW39_2023_Montreal/Projects/YourProjectName/README.md .

  2. Click the edit button, as shown in this screenshot: Screenshot 2023-06-12 10 43 35

  3. You can now edit the page, add images by dragging and dropping, and more.

  4. Once done, click “Commit Changes”, and follow the instructions to create a fork and a pull request to add your changes to the webpage. See this screenshot for reference: Screenshot 2023-06-12 10 50 50

Creating new project pages

With the Project Week GitHub Issue page, you have three options to create your Project Page:

  1. Create a Proposal issue: If you have an idea for a project page but are not quite ready to create it yet, you can create a “Proposal” issue.

  2. Create a Project issue: If you are ready to create your page, you can simply create a “Project” issue. This issue will allow you to fill out a convenient form to provide the necessary details.

  3. Create the project page yourself using the template: If you prefer to create the Project Page yourself, you can still do so by using the provided template and submitting a pull request.

Project Creation Tips

Projects

To learn how to create or update project pages, please refer to the contributing project pages section.

The PW39_2023_Montreal event has a total of 54 projects.

Early Presenter

  1. Optimizing Bundle Size of PolySeg-WASM for Web Applications (Online) (Alireza Sedghi, Kyle Sunderland, Jaswant Panchumarti)

VR/AR and Rendering

  1. Rendering support for multiple views (In-person) (Sara Rolfe, Murat Maga, Chi Zhang)

  2. AR in Slicer (In-person) (Alicia Pose Díez de la Lastra, Simon Drouin, Jose Carlos Mateo Pérez, Pablo Sergio Castellano Rodríguez)

  3. General model registration and merging tool (Online) (Chi Zhang, Arthur Porto, Sara Rolfe, Murat Maga)

  4. SlicerVR - Restore Interactions (Remote) (Csaba Pintér, Simon Drouin, Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, Andrey Titov, Tina Nantenaina, Lea Vong, Lucas Gandel)

  5. PRISM Volume Renderer – Refactoring and bug fixing (In-person) (Andrey Titov, Camille Hascoët, Simon Drouin)

IGT and Training

  1. SlicerROS2 (In-person) (Junichi Tokuda, Laura Connolly, Anton Deguet, Arvind S. Kumar,)

  2. Ibis in Slicer (In-person) (Houssem Gueziri, Étienne Léger, Simon Drouin)

  3. Slicer-Liver (In-person) (Gabriella D’Albenzio, Ruoyan Meng, Ole V. Solberg, Rafael Palomar)

  4. Integration of Haptic Device in 3D Slicer for Lumbar Puncture (In-person) (Pablo Sergio Castellano Rodríguez, Jose Carlos Mateo Pérez, Juan Bautista Ruiz Alzola)

  5. Live tracked ultrasound processing with PyTorch (In-person) (Tamas Ungi, Rebecca Hisey, Róbert Szabó, Colton Barr, Tina Kapur)

  6. MARIN: Mobile Augmented Reality Interactive Neuronavigator (in Slicer) (In-person) (Mehrdad Asadi, Étienne Léger, Bahar Jahani, Zahra Asadi)

  7. AI-Enhanced Virtual Resections for Improved Slicer-Liver Surgical Planning (In-person) (Gabriella d’Albenzio, Andras Lasso, Rafael Palomar)

  8. Towards NousNav Major Version Release (In-person) (Sam Horvath, Colton Barr, Sarah Frisken, Sonia Pujol, Steve Pieper, Tina Kapur, Alex Golby)

  9. Tracked ultrasound integration into NousNav, a low-cost neuronavigation system (In-person) (Colton Barr, Sarah Frisken, Sonia Pujol, Steve Pieper, Tina Kapur, Tamas Ungi, Sam Horvath)

  10. GPU Nonlinear Registration (In-person) (Houssem Gueziri, Mohammadreza Eskandari)

Segmentation / Classification / Landmarking

  1. Translation/rotation of select points in a list (In-person) (Sara Rolfe, Murat Maga, Gabriella D’Albenzio, Rafael Palomar)

  2. extension for recurrent lung infections (Online) (Pape Mady Thiao, Sonia Pujol)

  3. Training AI algorithms on IDC data (In-person) (Cosmin Ciausu, Andrey Fedorov)

  4. HOW TO use MONAI bundle to integrate models from MONAI model ZOO (Online) (Rudolf Bumm, Andres Dias-Pinto, Andras Lasso)

  5. 3D Slicer Lung CT Segmentation and Analysis (Online) (Rudolf Bumm, Steve Pieper, Andras Lasso)

  6. Histology AI model annotations imported into IDC (In-person) (Curtis Lisle, Daniela Schacherer, David Clunie, Maximillian Fischer, Andrey Fedorov, Chris Bridge)

  7. Automatic Registration Intra Oral Scan (In-person) (Nathan Hutin, Luc Anchling, Lucia Cevidanes, Selene Barone, Juan Prieto, Jonas Bianchi, Marcela Gurgel, Najla Al Turkestani, Felicia Miranda, Denise Curado, Kinjal Mavani, Kinjal Mavani, Margaret Eason, Aron Aliage del Castilo)

  8. Slicer FreeSurfer Commands (In-person) (Ben Zwick, Andy Huynh, Steve Pieper)

  9. MHub-Slicer Integration (In-person) (Leonard Nürnberg, Dennis Bontempi, Justin Johnson, Andrey Fedorov, Hugo Aerts)

  10. Tutorials on working with DICOM annotations in pathology whole-slide images (In-person) (Daniela Schacherer, Chris Bridge, David Clunie, Curtis Lisle, Maximillian Fischer, Andrey Fedorov)

  11. Automated Registration of Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (In-person) (Anchling Luc, Nathan Hutin, Marcela Grugel, Selene Barone, Felicia Miranda, Sophie Roberts, Juan Prieto, Lucia Cevidanes)

  12. Deep learning model for B-line detection in lung ultrasound videos using crowdsourced labels (In-person) (Mike Jin, Tamas Ungi, Colton Barr, Ameneh Asgari-Targhi, Tina Kapur)

  13. Defining and Prototyping Labelmap Segmentations in DICOM Format (In-person) (Chris Bridge, Steve Pieper, David Clunie, Andrey Fedorov)

  14. 3D Medical Registration and Segmentation with Elastix and MONAI Label (In-person) (Konstantinos Ntatsis, Andres Diaz-Pinto)

  15. Open Meshed Anatomy (In-person) (Andy Huynh, Michael Halle, Benjamin Zwick)

Quantification and Computation

  1. AMP SCZ Longitudinal model of psychosis conversion (In-person) (Pablo Polosecki, Nora Penzel, Ofer Pasternak, Guillermo Cecchi)

  2. Automatic Quantification 3D Components (In-person) (Nathan Hutin, Luc Anchling, Baptiste Baquero, Maxime Gillot, Lucia Cevidanes, David Allemang, Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin)

  3. AMPSCZ First Data Release Documentation (In-person) (Sylvain Bouix, Tina Kapur, Ameneh Asgari-Targhi)

  4. AMP SCZ Facial expression feature extraction for video interviews (In-person) (Eduardo Castro, Kevin Cho, Ofer Pasternak, Guillermo Cecchi)

  5. SlicerCBM “Computational Biophysics for Medicine in 3D Slicer” (In-person) (Ben Zwick, Saima Safdar, Andy Huynh)

  6. ShapeAXI Shape Analysis Exploration and Interpretability (In-person) (Juan Prieto, Nathan Hutin, Luc Anchling, Lucia Cevidanes, Selene Barone, Jonas Bianchi, Marcela Gurgel, Najla Al Turkestani, Felicia Miranda, Denise Curado, Kinjal Mavani, Kinjal Mavani, Margaret Eason, Aron Aliage del Castilo)

  7. Create Agatston Cardiac Scoring Module (In-person) (Curtis Lisle, Andras Lasso)

  8. AMPSCZ Collaboration Space Tutorials (In-person) (Sylvain Bouix, Tina Kapur, Ofer Pasternak, Nora Penzel, Kevin Cho, Ameneh Asgari-Targhi)

Cloud / Web

  1. Efficient Handling and Progressive Loading of Compressed Multiframe DICOM Images (Online) (Ozge Yurtsever, Emel Alkim, Steve Pieper, Alireza Sedghi)

  2. mpReview Development of a streamlined Slicer module for manual image annotation (In-person) (Deepa Krishnaswamy, Nadya Shusharina, Andrey Fedorov, Andras Lasso)

Infrastructure

  1. 3D Slicer for Latin America (Online) (Sonia Pujol, Steve Pieper, Andras Lasso, Adriana Herlinda Vilchis Gonzalez, Luiz Murta, Lucas Sanchez Silva, João Pedro Alves Januário, Douglas Samuel Gonçalves, Enrique Hernandez Laredo, Diana Alejandra Mendoza Mora, Mariana Alvarez-Carvajal, Gael Garcia, Valeria Gómez Valdes, Abigail Mercado Ponciano, Nubia Sofía González Casanova, Victor Manuel Montaño Serrano, Vianney Muñoz Jiménez, Juan Carlos Avila Vilchis, Aída García Limas, Daniel Enrique Fernández García, Abigail Mercado Ponciano)

  2. Improve TCIA Browser extension (Online) (Justin Kirby, Adam Li, Andrey Fedorov)

  3. Slicer Flatpak (In-person) (Rafael Palomar, Steve Pieper, Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, Andras Lasso, Sam Horvath)

  4. Node focus in views (In-person) (Kyle Sunderland)

  5. Slicer Pipelines v2 (Online) (Harald Scheirich)

  6. 3D Slicer Undo/Redo (In-person) (Kyle Sunderland)

  7. Docker-based system to assess challenge submissions (Online) (Roya Khajavibajestani, Erik Ziegler, Ron Kikinis, Steve Pieper)

  8. Slicer-IDCBrowser (In-person) (Andrey Fedorov, Andras Lasso, Bill Clifford)

  9. SlicerThemes Extension and Demo (In-person) (Sam Horvath)

  10. SystoleOS (In-person) (Rafael Palomar, Steve Pieper, Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin)

  11. ChatIDC: Navigating DICOM and IDC using Natural Language (In-person) (Justin Johnson, Suraj Pai, Andrey Fedorov)

  12. Using large language AI models to invoke Slicer modules and workflows (In-person) (Curtis Lisle, Steve Pieper, Andrey Federov, Justin Johnson, Theodore Aptekarev, Rudolf Bumm)

  13. 3D Slicer Internationalization (Online) (Sonia Pujol, Steve Pieper, Andras Lasso, Mamadou Camara, Ahmedou Moulaye IDRISS, Mouhamed Diop, Adama Rama Wade, Mohamed Alalli Bilal, Idrissa Seck, Papa ibra NDIAYE, Pape Malick GUEYE, Fatou Bintou NDIAYE, Attila Nagy)

Uncategorized

This section lists projects that either have no category assigned, are assigned to the “Uncategorized” category, or are assigned to a different category than the ones listed above. If you are unable to find a category that is suitable for your project, or believe that a specific category is missing, please discuss it with the organizers.

Registrants

Do not add your name to this list below. It is maintained by the organizers based on your registration.

List of registered participants so far (names will be added here after processing registrations):

  1. Rafael Palomar, Oslo University Hospital, Norway, (In-person, Confirmed)
  2. Sam Horvath, Kitware, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  3. Simon Drouin, École de Technologie Supérieure, Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  4. Steve Pieper, Isomics, Inc., USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  5. David Clunie, PixelMed, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  6. Ron Kikinis, M.D., Harvard Medical School, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  7. Étienne Léger, Mcgill University, Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  8. Curtis Lisle, Curtis Lisle, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  9. Kyle Sunderland, Queen’s University, Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  10. Andrey Titov, École de technologie supérieure, Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  11. Stephen Aylward, Kitware, Inc., USA, (Online)
  12. Sara Rolfe, Seattle Children’s Research Institute, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  13. Andrey Fedorov, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  14. Juan Pablo GRAFFIGNA, San Juan National University-Biomedical Engeering Institute, Argentina, (Online)
  15. Deepa Krishnaswamy, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  16. Rebecca Hisey, Queen’s University , Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  17. Rudolf Bumm, Kantonsspital Graubünden, Switzerland, (Online)
  18. Beier Yao, McLean Hospital; Harvard Medical School, USA, (Online)
  19. Sylvain Bouix, ÉTS, Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  20. Theodore Aptekarev, Slicer Community, Montenegro, (Online)
  21. Lucia Magdalena Bravo Cumpian, Universidad Nacional de San Juan - facultad de Ingeniería- Instituto de Bioingenieria (INBIO) - , Argentina, (Online)
  22. Mohamed Alalli BILAL, Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique, University Cheikh Anta diop of Dakar , Senegal, (Online)
  23. Chris Bridge, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  24. Ofer Pasternak, Harvard Medical School, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  25. Shreyas Fadnavis, MGH, Harvard Medical School, USA, (Online)
  26. Kevin Cho, Brigham Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  27. Jess Tate, University of Utah, USA, (Online)
  28. Guillermo Cecchi, IBM Research, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  29. Pablo Polosecki, IBM Research, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  30. Eduardo Castro, IBM Reseach, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  31. Amene Asgari, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School , USA, (Online)
  32. Nora Penzel, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  33. Rodolfo Eduardo RODRÍGUEZ SCHMÄDKE, INBIO - UNSJ, Argentina, (Online)
  34. Luc Anchling, University of Michigan, France, (In-person)
  35. Colton Barr, Queen’s University, Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  36. Pablo Sergio Castellano Rodríguez, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, (In-person, Confirmed)
  37. Jose Carlos Mateo Perez, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, (In-person, Confirmed)
  38. Gabriella d’Albenzio, The Intervention Centre (OUS), Norway, (In-person, Confirmed)
  39. Konstantinos Ntatsis, Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands, (In-person, Confirmed)
  40. Justin Kirby, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research, USA, (Online)
  41. Zhuopin Sun, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Australia, (Online)
  42. Gabor Fichtinger , Queen’s University, Canada, (Online)
  43. Pape Mady THIAO , École militaire de santé de Dakar , Senegal, (Online)
  44. Sarah Frisken, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA, (Online)
  45. Mohamed Alalli BILAL, Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique de Dakar, Université Cheikh Anta diop de Dakar , Mauritania, (Online)
  46. João Pedro Alves Januário, University of São Paulo, Brazil, (Online)
  47. Nathan Hutin, University of Michigan, France, (In-person)
  48. Adam Li, Georgetown University , USA, (Online)
  49. Roya Khajavibajestani, Brigham and women’s hospital, USA, (Online)
  50. Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, Kitware, USA, (Online)
  51. Hassan, Concordia University, Canada, (Online)
  52. Nima Masoumi, Concordia University, Canada, (Online)
  53. Douglas Samuel Gonçalves, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, (Online)
  54. Lucas Sanchez Silva, USP, Brazil, (Online)
  55. Luiz Otávio Murta Junior , Universidade de São Paulo , Brazil, (Online)
  56. Tina Kapur, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  57. Tamas Ungi, Queen’s University, Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  58. Junichi Tokuda, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  59. Mike Jin, Harvard Medical School, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  60. Andras Lasso, Queen’s University, Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  61. Dennis Bontempi, BWH/MGB, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  62. Cosmin Ciausu, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  63. Enrique Hernandez Laredo, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, Mexico, (Online)
  64. Diana Alejandra Mendoza Mora, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico, (Online)
  65. Mariana Alvarez-Carvajal, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, Mexico, (Online)
  66. Daniela Patricia Schacherer, Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany, (In-person, Confirmed)
  67. Gael Garcia, Autonomous University of the State of Mexico, Mexico, (Online)
  68. Andy Huynh, The University of Western Australia, Australia, (In-person, Confirmed)
  69. Idrissa SECK, Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar (UCAD), Senegal, (Online)
  70. Papa ibra NDIAYE, Université Cheikh Anta Diop Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique (UCAD/ESP), Senegal, (Online)
  71. Pape Malick GUEYE, Université Cheikh Anta Diop (UCAD) , Senegal, (Online)
  72. Valeria Gómez Valdes , Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México , Mexico, (Online)
  73. Abigail Mercado Ponciano, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico, (Online)
  74. Nubia Sofía González Casanova, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico, (Online)
  75. Victor Manuel Montaño Serrano, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico, (Online)
  76. Vianney Muñoz Jiménez, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico, (Online)
  77. Leonard Nuernberg, MGB, Netherlands, (In-person, Confirmed)
  78. Adriana Herlinda Vilchis González, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico, (Online)
  79. Juan Carlos Avila Vilchis, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico, (Online)
  80. Sonia Pujol, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA, (Online)
  81. David Slavíček, Brno University of Technology, Czechia, (Online)
  82. Mehrdad Asadi, Concordia University, Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  83. Sondos Ayyash, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Canada, (In-person)
  84. Ozge Ikiz Yurtsever, Stanford University, USA, (Online)
  85. Emel Alkim, Stanford University, USA, (Online)
  86. Aída García Limas , UAEMéx , Mexico, (Online)
  87. María Rosa Rodríguez Luque, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, (Online)
  88. Fatou Bintou NDIAYE, Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique (ESP) of Dakar, Senegal, (Online)
  89. Hui Liu, UIH, China, (Online)
  90. Ahmedou Moulaye IDRISS, Faculty of Medicine / Nouakchott, Mauritania, (Online)
  91. Daniel Enrique Fernández García, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico, (Online)
  92. Chi Zhang, Seattle Children’s Research Institute, USA, (Online)
  93. Ben Zwick, The University of Western Australia, Australia, (In-person, Confirmed)
  94. Mohammadreza Eskandari, McGill University, Canada, (In-person, Confirmed)
  95. Kartik Narayan Sahoo, University of Alberta, Canada, (Online)
  96. Alicia Pose Díez de la Lastra, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid , Spain, (In-person, Confirmed)
  97. Abigail Mercado Ponciano, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México , Mexico, (Online)
  98. Justin Johnson, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA, (In-person, Confirmed)
  99. Mark Pearson, CNI Molecular Imaging, Australia, (Online)
  100. Ole Vegard Solberg, SINTEF, Norway, (Online)
  101. Csaba Pinter, Ebatinca, Spain, (Online)
  102. Fernandez Vidal Sara, ICM, France, (Online)
  103. Attila Tanács, University of Szeged, Hungary, (Online)
  104. Khaled Younis, SIIM, USA, (Online)
  105. Adama Wade, UCAD, Queen’s, Senegal, (In-person, Confirmed)
  106. Gabriel Kwiecinski Antunes, Web Kriativa, Brazil, (Online)
  107. Sheikh Muhammad Usman Shami, King Edward Medical University, Pakistan, (Online)
  108. Mahmoud Gamal, Alexandria University, Egypt, (Online)
  109. Attila Nagy, University of Szeged, Department of Medical Physics and Informatics, Hungary, (Online)
  110. Soyoung Lim, Samsung Medical Center, South Korea, (Online)
  111. Cathia Michelle Nava Vargas, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México , Mexico, (Online)
  112. Umang Pandey, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), Spain, (Online)
  113. Mamadou Samba CAMARA, UCAD, Senegal, (Online)
  114. Linmin Pei, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research, USA, (Online)
  115. Robert Zsolt Szabo, Queen’s University / Óbuda University, Hungary, (In-person)
  116. Jeff VanOss, BAMF Health, USA, (Online)
  117. David Allemang, Kitware, USA, (Online)
  118. Alireza Mostafanejad, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, (Online)
  119. Harald Scheirich, Kitware, USA, (Online)
  120. Javier Pascau, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, (Online)
  121. Simon Oxenford, Charite Berlin, Germany, (Online)
  122. Hascoët Camille, Polytech Sorbonne, France, (In-person)
  123. krithika, georgetown university, USA, (Online)
  124. Nadya Shusharina, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA, (Online)
  125. Mohamed Abdallahi Keita, Faculté de Médecine, de Pharmacie et d’Odonto-Stomatologie, Mauritania, (Online)
  126. Parikshit Juvekar, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA, (Online)
  127. Tagwa Idris, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA, (Online)
  128. Ruoyan Meng, NTNU, Norway, (Online)
  129. aichetou mohamed vall, faculty of medicine, Mauritania, (Online)
  130. Hendou Bouboutt, Faculty of medicine , Mauritania, (In-person)
  131. Mohamed Aly Dedew, Faculte medecine de Nouakchott, Mauritania, (Online)
  132. Mauro Ignacio Dominguez, Independent, Argentina, (Online)
  133. Mario Mata, Autonomous University of Juarez, Mexico, (Online)
  134. Thanuja Uruththirakodeeswaran, University of Alberta, Canada, (Online)
  135. Srivathsan Shanmuganathan, University of Alberta, Canada, (Online)
  136. Davi Romao , Hospital Sirio-Libanes , Brazil, (Online)
  137. Andres Diaz-Pinto, NVIDIA, UK, (Online)
  138. David García Mato, Ebatinca S.L., Spain, (Online)
  139. Laura Connolly, Queen’s University, Canada, (Online)
  140. Shadi nouri, Private, Iran, (Online)
  141. Alireza Sedghi, OHIF, Canada, (Online)
  142. DANIELA SOFÍA PEDROZO ROCA, INBIO - UNSJ, Argentina, (Online)
  143. Mario Mata, Autonomous University of Juarez , Mexico, (Online)
  144. Maximilian Fischer, German Cancer Research Center, Germany, (Online)
  145. Jaswant Panchumarti, Kitware, USA, (Online)
  146. Lucas Gandel, Kitware, France, (Online)
  147. Orphée, McGill , Canada, (Online)
  148. Thomas K Noh, University of Hawaii, USA, (Online)
  149. Boubacar FATY, Ecole Superieure polytechnique, Senegal, (Online)
  150. Geir Arne Tangen, SINTEF, Norway, (Online)
  151. Nayra Pumar Carreras, EBATINCA, Spain, (Online)
  152. Shreeraj Jadhav, Kitware Inc, USA, (Online)
  153. Joe Boccanfuso, Radical Imaging, Canada, (Online)
  154. Leonardo Campos, PUC-MG, Brazil, (Online)

Statistics

Participation statistics

Organizers

Local organization

Simon Drouin - Associate professor in the department of software and information technology engineering at École de Technologie Supérieure

Global Project Week organizing committee

History

Please read about our experience in running these events since 2005: Increasing the Impact of Medical Image Computing Using Community-Based Open-Access Hackathons: the NA-MIC and 3D Slicer Experience.