Dr Przemyslaw Korzeniowski obtained an MSc in Advanced Computing from Imperial College London in 2010. In 2016, he defended his PhD thesis on “Modelling and simulation of flexible instruments for Minimally Invasive Surgery in Virtual Reality” at Imperial College.
Dr Korzeniowski is a simulation software developer and post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Surgery and Cancer in the Simulation and Modelling in Medicine and Surgery (SiMMS) Research Group. SiMMS brings together researchers in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Medicine and Surgery to construct suitable models and simulations of clinical processes, including clinical examination, clinical diagnosis and interventional procedures.
His main research interest are real-time physically-based simulation, high-performance and massively-parallel computing, virtual and augmented reality, haptic interfaces as well as aspects of software engineering and architecture of simulation software.
His current work concentrates on virtual reality medical simulators for surgical training, specifically, on simulation of Endovascular Interventions and Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES). Please see the RESEARCH SECTION or click on the figures below for more informations about his projects.
NOViSE - a first VR simulator for NOTES procedures
Screenshots from NOViSE
VCSim3 - a VR simulator for cardiovascular interventions
Korzeniowski P, White R, Bello F, 2017, VCSim3 - a VR Simulator for Cardiovascular Interventions, International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, Vol:13, ISSN:1861-6429, Pages:135-149
et al., 2016, Validation of NOViSE – a novel Natural Orifice Virtual Surgery Simulator, Surgical Innovation, Vol:24, ISSN:1553-3514, Pages:55-65
et al., 2016, NOViSE: a virtual natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery simulator, International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, Vol:11, ISSN:1861-6410, Pages:2303-2315
et al., 2014, Simulation of Catheters and Guidewires for Cardiovascular Interventions Using an Inextensible Cosserat Rod, 6th International Symposium on Biomedical Simulation (ISBMS), SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING AG, Pages:112-121, ISSN:0302-9743