New: Conference Post-proceedings is available: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-13736-6 (Note: not extended short papers are included in ‘Back Matter’)

The CSI 2018 workshop will host jointly with MSKI 2018 at MICCAI.

All CSI 2018 accepted papers will be published as a post-proceedings in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) Springer.
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(03/05/19) Post-proceeding will be ready soon.

(11/15/18) All paper source files received.

(09/14/18) The downloadable CSI Workshop program is available here.

(09/05/18) CSI Workshop program is available now. See here for your schedule.

(08/10/18) Register to attend https://www.miccai2018.org/en/REGISTRATION.html

(08/02/18) Review comments resent as some are reported missing.

(07/31/18) All paper decisions have been sent out. Camera-ready deadline is changed (Aug 6).

(07/22/18) Most paper reviews are back, some may need additional discussions. Notifications may be delayed for those papers with contradicting decisions.

(07/10/18) Paper submissions are under review.

(06/29/18) Submission deadline extended.

(04/12/18) Paper submission is open:
https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/CSI2018

(04/06/18) IVDM3Seg Challenge is open:
https://ivdm3seg.weebly.com

OBJECTIVE

The objective of this combined workshop and challenge on spinal imaging is to bring together researchers who share a common interest in spine focused research and to attract additional researchers to this field. We are encouraging both submissions of papers on novel methodology and clinical research in the workshop track, and also papers which demonstrate the performance of methods on the provided challenges. Our aim is to cover both theoretical and very practical aspects of computerized spinal imaging.

SCOPE

In this workshop, we are inviting researchers to share and exchange their experience and expertise in spinal imaging and method development. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Clinical applications of spine imaging
  • Computer-aided diagnosis of spine conditions
  • Image-guided spine intervention and treatment
  • Segmentation, registration, detection, and localization of spinal anatomy
  • Statistical modelling of spinal shape and appearance
  • Novel imaging and visualization techniques in spine imaging

CSI 2018 is an event supported by the SpineWeb Initiative.

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