Surgical Data Science Workshop 2019

Overview

The Surgical Data Science Initiative was initialized by the 1st international workshop on Surgical Data Science organized in Heidelberg, Germany, in June 2016. Key results of this first workshop were a common definition of the field of surgical data science [1] as well as two white papers [1,2] that identify, present and discuss key initiatives, potential standards, new results, and challenges in the context of surgical data science.

The second edition of the workshop will take place on June 17th 2019 and will be associated with the International Congress on Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS) 2019. It will focus on the following topics:

PART 1: OR2020 – Where do we stand? In an interactive session, we will revisit the document produced 15 years ago by Cleary et al. [3], investigate where we stand, what has hindered us to achieve some of the things envisioned and what are new trends that have not been considered at that time.

PART 2: Surgical Data Science key initiatives: We will invite representatives of key international Surgical Data Science Initiatives to discuss the state of the art in the field.

PART 3: Industrial perspectives: We will invite key players from industry to develop joint strategies towards efficient research-industry collaboration in the context of surgical data science.

The board of the workshop, who has confirmed attendance, comprises leading clinical and technical experts from the field of surgical data science. Registration to the workshop is free. Industry sponsorship covers the catering.

References:

[1] Lena Maier-Hein, Swaroop S. Vedula, Stefanie Speidel, Nassir Navab, Ron Kikinis, Adrian Park, Matthias Eisenmann, Hubertus Feussner, Germain Forestier, Stamatia Giannarou, Makoto Hashizume, Darko Katic, Hannes Kenngott, Michael Kranzfelder, Anand Malpani, Keno März, Thomas Neumuth, Nicolas Padoy, Carla Pugh, Nicolai Schoch, Danail Stoyanov, Russell Taylor, Martin Wagner, Gregory D. Hager and Pierre Jannin. Surgical data science for next-generation interventions. Nature Biomedical Engineering 1(9), 691 (2017). DOI 10.1038/s41551-017-0132-7

[2] Lena Maier-Hein, Matthias Eisenmann, Carolin Feldmann, Hubertus Feussner, Germain Forestier, Stamatia Giannarou, Bernard Gibaud, Gregory D. Hager, Makoto Hashizume, Darko Katic, Hannes Kenngott, Ron Kikinis, Michael Kranzfelder, Anand Malpani, Keno März, Beat Müller-Stich, Nassir Navab, Thomas Neumuth, Nicolas Padoy, Adrian Park, Carla Pugh, Nicolai Schoch, Danail Stoyanov, Russell Taylor, Martin Wagner, S. Swaroop Vedula, Pierre Jannin, Stefanie Speidel. Surgical data science: A consensus perspective, arXiv:1806.03184 2018

[3] Kevin Cleary, Kinsella Audrey, Seong K. Mun. OR 2020 workshop report: Operating room of the future International Congress Series. 1281: 832-838, Elsevier, 2005.