This course aims at providing a deep insight into the research field of Applied Medical Visualization. We will be dealing with defining, analyzing, designing, assessing, and presenting high-level visualization and visual analytics research, with regard to real-life (bio-)medical applications and their requirements.
- Obligatory Registration in TISS before 20.03.2021
- Make pairs in TUWEL.
- VisMed 1 and Visualisierung 1 are strongly recommended previous knowledge, but not mandatory. There will be a short recap at the beginning of the course of the VisMed1 material.
- Lectures will be given in English.
This year the course will consist of three parts:
- Lectures (10 sessions: Fridays at 14.00--16.00. The first and last lecture will be longer: 14.00--17.00. The duration of the session with the final presentations will be determined when groups have been finalized.)
- State-of-the-art report (abstract by 20.03, main report between 01.04--30.04)
- Final projects (between 01.05--25.06)
The course will be structured based on the book of B. Preim and C.P. Botha "Visual Computing for Medicine" (2nd ed.) (http://medvisbook.com/). Additional reading material will also be given, which will be uploaded on the course's TUWEL page.
This year the course will be assessed as follows:
- State-of-the-art report (work in pairs, 35% of final grade)
- Final Project (work in pairs, 50% of final grade)
- Presentation of the final project (15% of the final grade)
- There is no exam for this course!
You need a passing grade for each one of the three components above!
- > 88 Points ... Sehr Gut (1)
- > 75 Points ... Gut (2)
- > 63 Points ... Befriedigend (3)
- >= 50 Points ... Genügend (4)
- < 50 Points ... Nicht Genügend (5)
||Introduction and Recap VisMed1
||Vector Visualization in VisMed
||Tensor Visualization in VisMed
||Vis for Endoscopy, Surgery, and Education
||Visual Analytics for Healthcare
||Visual Analytics for (Bio-)Medical Applications
|Friday 14.05 |
|14.00--17.00 |Invited Lectures (instead check: Bio+Med+Vis Spring School)
||Final Project Presentations
- The lectures will be done online (in zoom), please check TUWEL for details.
- The lectures will be generally recorded, but presence is highly recommended (especially given the online setting again this year).
- The last session (Final Project Presentations) is OBLIGATORY!
- Instead of the usual Invited Lectures, students can select any lectures from the Bio+Med+Vis Spring School and attend them freely (and for free!)
(2) State-of-the-art (STAR) Report (35%)
- Make pairs and pick a topic by 20.03.2021, at 23.55 on TUWEL.
- By 20.03, you also need to submit on TUWEL one small abstract per group (200-400 words) which should include a high-level description of the topic, the structure of your report (bullet points with the content) and 3-5 related references that you plan to include.
- For the abstract, there is no strict template. This is done so that you get early feedback about the structure and high-level content your STAR. The feedback will be given within a week.
- Work on your report between 01.04--30.04.2021. Submit on TUWEL by 30.04.2021 at 23.55. One report per group will be submitted.
- Templates and guidelines for writing the report will be given on TUWEL.
- Get grade and feedback within a week. You need at least 50% of the grade to continue with the course.
(3) Final Project (50%) + Presentation (15%)
- Groups are the same as in the report. Pick a topic, relevant to your STAR report on TUWEL. Consult with the lecturer about topics and data (by mail).
- Template and guidelines for writing the report of the final project will be the same as the STAR report.
- Work on your project between 01.05--20.06.2021 Submit an 8-page report on TUWEL by 20.06.2021 at 23.55.
- Give a 15-min presentation on 25.06.2021. Presentation counts in the grade (15%). You need at least 50% of the grade to finalize the course.