- Prof Abbes Amira, Qatar University
- Guillermo Marin, Barcelona Supercomputing Center
- Dr Thomas Odaker, LRZ
Imaging & Visualisation remain a cornerstone of modern medicine, allowing us to represent all the data that comes out of medical test devices as well as computer simulations. Furthermore, they are also key for medical science communication and education. In the era of virtual humans, imaging and visualisation will become ever more complex, as we get access to more and different data from simulations.
In this Symposium we will explore new imaging & visualisation techniques, applications, and technology as we discuss the new requirements of this nascent field.
- Fernando Cucchietti, Data Pre and Post Processing Group Manager