Hamlyn Winter School on Surgical Imaging and Vision 2021
Surgical Imaging and Vision is a growing area of research and an integral part of every endeavour in Robotic Surgery. It has advanced from a pre-operative planning and post-operative assessment tool to emerging platforms for intra-operative guidance and navigation.
The Hamlyn Winter School on Surgical Imaging and Vision is a week long course, held online this year from Monday 6th Dec to Friday 10th Dec 2021. Participants should have a science or medical degree and typically be at a master, doctoral or postdoctoral level.

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The Hamlyn Winter School focuses on both the technical and clinical aspects of Surgical Imaging and Vision. Through invited lectures, workshops, and mini-projects, the purpose of our winter school is to help researchers familiarise with the cutting edge research of this rapidly expanding field covering key areas of:
  • Fundamentals and current state-of-the-art in surgical imaging;
  • Vision algorithms for tracking, 3D scene reconstruction and surgical navigation;
  • Intra-operative registration and retargeting;
  • Multi-modal image fusion and real-time augmented reality systems based on inverse realism;
  • Robot assisted large area microscopic imaging and mosaicing;
  • Dynamic active constraints with real-time vision;
  • Vision enabled surgical robot design and miniaturisation.

Application deadline: 15th October 2021

To apply, please send your CV and personal statement (a brief paragraph stating what you expect to gain from participating at the Winter School) to Hamlyn Winter School.


Academia: £150
Industry: £400

For more details of our Hamlyn Winter School on Surgical Imaging and Vision, please visit our Hamlyn Winter School website.

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