The CIR lab (Computational Imaging Research) is an interdisciplinary research group of scientists from medicine, computer science and mathematics who join from different faculties.
It is located at the Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy at the Medical University of Vienna, is also affiliated with the Institute of Computer Graphics and Vision at the Graz University of Technology, and is cooperating with the Computer Vision Lab at Vienna University of Technology.
Our goal is to understand how to extract relevant knowledge from medical images, to learn about the processes within the human body, to support medical research and to apply methods during the diagnosis and monitoring of diseases, in order to improve the well-being of the patient.
To accomplish this we tap into both medical and computer science communities, and are happy to have researchers from various fields being members of our group.
- The Proceedings of the 5th Perinatal Imaging, Placental and Preterm Image analysis workshop (PIPPI 2020) are online. Link
- Johannes Hofmanninger and Matthias Perkonigg et al. MICCAI 2020 paper on "Dynamic Memory to Alleviate Catastrophic Forgetting in Continuous Learning Settings", October 2020. Link
- Check out our posters #1662 and #1863 at OHBM2020, presented by Athena Taymourtash and Ernst Schwartz, June 2020.
- Georg Langs gives a talk at the workshop on Medical Computer Vision (MCV) held virtually in conjunct with CVPR 2020, "Using Machine Learning for Discovery in Medical Imaging: Expanding our Marker Vocabulary", Link to Video
- We have organized the high-light programme "AI" at the joint Austrian and German Radiology Congress running during entire 2020.
- Check out the talk by Georg Langs at IPAM Workshop on Deep Learning in Medical Applications, "Deep learning for anomaly detection: expanding our marker vocabulary", January 2020. Link to Video.