I am excited to announce that for the second time our enthusiastic team of experts, consisting of David Clunie, Marco Nolden and myself, is bringing the DICOM tutorial to the MICCAI conference! Our goal is to introduce the MICCAI community to the DICOM capabilities, relevant open source tools and datasets, to help you implement standardized storage of the data typically produced in the process of quantitative image analysis (specifically, image segmentation results, measurements, radiomics features, parametric maps). We will demonstrate how DICOM can, and we believe should, be used for storing your processing results. After completing this tutorial, attendees are expected to develop an understanding of the relevant new and long-established capabilities of the DICOM standard, as well as some of the tools that they can use to experiment with adoption of the standard in their everyday research. For details and voluntary pre-registration see http://qiicr.org/dicom4miccai.
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