Next year, Sept. 7-9, 2016, the 6th Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine will be held in Bergen, Norway, together with the 10th MedViz Conference. The event will take place at the Bikuben Course and Conference Center at the campus of Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen.
You can find more information about the event on the webpage at MedVizVCBM.UiB.no
This joint MedViz+VCBM event, next year, also is now online on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/medvizvcbm/
VCBM 2016 will be held in beautiful Bergen, Norway, and it will be organized by the visualization research group there (see also ii.UiB.no/vis)—put VCBM 2016 into your schedule already now!
VCBM 2016, i.e., the Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine 2016, will be collocated with the MedViz 2016 conference, i.e., an annual interdisciplinary conference in Bergen, Norway, bringing together experts from both medicine and related technologies (see also MedViz.UiB.no).
VCBM 2016 Paper Chairs (alphabetically):
- Bruckner, Stefan (University of Bergen, Norway)
- Preim, Bernhard (Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany)
- Vilanova i Bartroli, Anna (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
VCBM 2016 General Chair:
- Helwig Hauser (University of Bergen, Norway)
- full paper submission deadline: mid-June, 2016
- workshop dates: mid-Sept., 2016
More information will show up here soon.
VCBM 2015 is now over. We would like to thank you all for making the conference such a good event, both academically or socially.
We hope to see you next year in Bergen, Norway.
The Best Paper at VCBM 2015, and the recipient of an NVIDIA Graphics card, is awarded to:
“Histology-Based Evaluation of Optical Coherence Tomographic of the Cerebral Artery Wall via Virtual Inflating”, Sylvia Glasser, Thomas Hoffmann, Axel Boese, Samuel Voß, Thomas Kalinski, Martin Skalej, and Bernhard Preim
The Best Paper at VCBM 2015, and the recipient of an NVIDIA Graphics card
Honourable mentions are given to:
“A Survey of Cardiac 4D PC-MRI Data Processing”, Benjamin Köhler, Silvia Born, Roy van Pelt, Uta Preim, and Bernhard Preim
“CoWRadar: Visual Quantification of the Circle of Willis in Stroke Patients”, Haichao Miao, Gabriel Mistelbauer, Christian Našel and M. Eduard Gröller
The Architect Pub is quite big – the local team will be wearing these T shirts to help you find the VCBM people.