Reminder: Last Project Week preparation meeting tomorrow

Dear members of the Project Week community,

Please join us for our last Project Week 36 preparation meeting tomorrow January 11 (10 am Boston time, EDT) on Zoom.

In this meeting, we will finalize project pages and project matchmaking and experiment with a communication mechanism for the work in project teams during the workshop. If you plan on joining PW, please attend this last meeting.

We had previously announced that this last meeting would be dedicated to AR, VR and rendering. As discussed last week, we decided that the discussion on rendering would be better focussed in a separate meeting. If you are interested in rendering, please fill the Doodle here before the end of the day.

You can join the meeting tomorrow using the following link:

Looking forward to see you all!


Simon Drouin and Tina Kapur

Project Week#36 will be held Jan 17-21, 2022, with most activities taking place on the internet . Please look here for additional details: Welcome to the web page for the 36th Project Week! | NA-MIC Project Weeks

Project Week 36 will adopt a format similar to Project Week 35 to maximize the accessibility of the workshop. As with Project Week 35, the workshop will mix demos and dissemination of Slicer based projects with hackathon-style working sessions.

Preparation : To prepare, we will be holding weekly meetings at 10am on Tuesdays, starting Nov 9th, 2021 and ending on December 8. Please join at this link if you have a project that you would like to present or work on during project week.

Background : The Project Week is a week-long hackathon of hands on activity in which medical image computing researchers create solutions using the open source image computing platform, 3D Slicer, and VTK, ITK, CMake, and CDash libraries as well as OHIF, Cornerstone, dcmjs, vtkjs, itkjs, DICOMweb, Girder and related web technologies. Participants work collaboratively on solutions that lie at the interfaces of the fields of computer science, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, and medicine. In contrast to conferences and workshops where the primary focus is to report results, the objective of the ProjectWeek is to provide a venue for creators of medical image computing open-source software creators to collaboratively work.