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Objective:
To provide hands on experience on Medical Image Processing applications using an open source platform, Insight Toolkit (ITK) & Visualization Toolkit (VTK).

Focus:
Participants will be given hands on experience and exposure to

* Fundamentals of Medical Image Processing
* Visualization Toolkit (VTK)
* Insight Toolkit (ITK)
* Application development using ITK-VTK

Who can attend?
UG & PG students in the area of Biomedical/Computer Science/Medical Software/Life Sciences/Allied Health Sciences and other streams.



Benefit to participants
Will get knowledge about application development for medical Image Processing using open source platform (ITK & VTK)

* Will be given certificate on successful completion of application development program.

Resource Persons:
Dr. Chandrakanth Shetty, Prof, Dept of Radiology, KMC Manipal.
Dr. Lakshmikanth, Senior Resident, Dept of Radiology, KMC, Manipal.
Mr. Manjunath Maiya, Senior Project Manager, Philips.
Mrs. Keerthana Prasad, Senior Lecturer, MCIS, Manipal.
Mr. Nandish S, Guest Lecturer, MCIS, Manipal.

Duration: 2 days (10 am - 5 pm)
Date: 12th & 13th Feb 2011 (Saturday & Sunday)

Laptop: Participants can bring their laptop.

Venue: MCIS, LG 02, Academic Block 5,
MIT Campus, Manipal.

Last Date for Registration: February 10th 2011.

Registration Fees: Rs 600

Maximum Participants - 25 (First Come First Serve Basis)
Interested students should register at
Manipal BoP Office, Academic Block 5,
LG - 02, MIT Campus, Manipal
Ph No: 0820-2925033.


For more details Contact:
Nandish S: 9900558245
Praveen Balkur: 9886517933

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