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Body Tracking in Healthcare 2013

Sunday, November 10th

Time

Event Location 
7.00-9.00 Welcome Dinner D'Arrys

 

Monday, November 11th

Time Event Location 
9.15-9.30 Welcome and Introduction

Microsoft

Research 

9.30-11.00  Session: Touchless Interaction in the Operating Theatre   
  Juan Wachs (Purdue University, USA) - Gestures in the operating room - Can Save Lives  
  Luigi Gallo (ICAR-CNR, Italy) - Multi-DOF touchless interaction with 3D medical data  
  Enrique Muñoz (TedCas, Spain) - Natural user Interfaces in healthcare  
  Neville Dastur (Frimley Park Hospital, UK) and Tom Carrell (Guys and St Thomas Hospital and King’s College London, UK) - Clinical perspective on gestural interaction in the operating room  
11.00-11.30 

Break     

 
11.30-1.00  Session: Gesture, Robots and Augmented Reality in the Operating Theatre  
  Ben Glocker (Imperial College, UK) - Augmented reality for in situ visualisation of medical images   
  Lars Ebert (University of Zurich, Switzerland) - Human computer interaction for virtual autopsy   
  Ma Meng (TU Munich, Germany) - Augmented reality Magic Mirror for medical education and patient information   
1.00-2.00  Lunch   
2.00-4.00 Session: Clinical Assessment and Monitoring  
  Pete Culmer (University of Leeds, UK) - Engineering improvements in healthcare: motion tracking for the masses  
  Cecily Morrison (Microsoft Research, UK) & Frank Dahlke (Novartis, Switzerland) - Detecting progression in multiple sclerosis with computer vision: opportunities and challenges  
  Adar Pelah (University of York, UK) - Real-time body image feedback during locomotion  
  Ian Flatters (University of Leeds, UK) - Cost effective postural measurement: out of the lab and into the community   
4.00-4.30 

Break      

 
4.30-5.00  Discussion   
6.30-10.00

Drinks Reception and Dinner

King's College Cambridge

 

Tuesday, November 12th

Time

Event Location
9.00-10.30 Session: Movement, gaming and rehabilitation

Microsoft

Research

Cathy Craig (Queen’s University Belfast, UK) - Movement games for older adults and people with Parkinsons
Serge van Sint Jan (University of Brussels, Belgium) - ICT4Rehab: A fully integrated ICT platform for patient rehabilitation
Bert Jansen (University of Brussels, Belgium) - ICT4Rehab: platform and architecture for configurable rehabilitation games
10.30-11.00

Break

11.00-12.30

Session: Wellbeing, care and rehabilitation
Nadia Berthouze (University College London, UK) - Emo&Pain: auto detection of pain-related behaviours in rehabilitation
Helena Mentis (University of Maryland, USA) - Monitoring progressive disease health behaviour in the home for expanded palliative care
  Tamar Pincus (Royal Holloway University of London, UK) - User centred rehabilitation for back pain   
12.30-1.00  Discussion and Wrap Up   
1.00-2.00 Lunch
2.00 Close