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Title: Programming Week Kickoff


1
Programming Week Kickoff
  • MIT, June 27, 2005

2
Setting the Stage
  • NAMIC Background
  • www.na-mic.org
  • The Alliance Diagram, the sites
  • Who is here today (numbers)
  • This week
  • Goals What do we want to accomplish?
  • Mechanics How are we going to get there?
  • Measuring Success How will we know if we have
    arrived?

3
Structure
4
NAMIC Algorithms Core
Harvard
Utah
MIT
Segmentation
Registration
Foundational Methods
Georgia Tech
UNC
Structural Features and Statistics
Connective Features and Statistics
5
NAMIC Engineering Core
UCLA
Software Engineering
Software Engineering Tools
Isomics
Software Quality
Software Integration
Data Access Tools
Distributed Computing
Applications
6
NAMIC DBP Core
UCI
Harvard
Segmentation
Registration
Foundational Methods
Dartmouth
Toronto
Structural Features and Statistics
Connective Features and Statistics
7
Number for Today 44 People
  • 32 NA-MIC
  • 12 Core 1 (Algorithms)
  • 14 Core 2 (Engineering)
  • 1 Core 3 (Driving Biological Projects)
  • 1 Core 4 (Service)
  • 2 Core 5 (Training)
  • 1 Core 6 (Dissemination)
  • 1 Core 7 (Leadership)
  • 12 Collaborators (BWH, Stanford, SRI)

8
Number for Today 17 Projects
  1. Non-rigid EPI registration using ITK (Snyder,
    Tuch, Ibanez)
  2. Prototype ITK system for Quantitative Fiber Tract
    Analysis (Goodlett, Tao, Corouge,Maddah,Mewes)
  3. Processing modules and visualization tools for
    shape analysis (Oguz, Xu, Styner, Miller)
  4. Object population description and general feature
    analysis framework (Styner,Fletcher,Miller)
  5. Addition of Bayesian Segmentation Module to ITK
    (Melonakos, Ibanez)
  6. Wrap motion robust matching code using ITK
    (Khidhir, Warfield, Archip, Lorensen)
  7. DLPFC Semi-Automatic Segmentor (Al-Hakim,
    Yarmakovich)
  8. Flux Diffusion in ITK (Krissian)
  9. ITKu, minimalist command line tools using ITK
    (San-Jose Estepar)
  10. nrrd ITK IO, read and write nrrd tensor data with
    ITK (Kindlmann)
  11. Slicer DTMRI module nightly testing (O'Donnell,
    San-Jose Estepar, Cedilnik)
  12. ITK Wrap Intensity Correction and Normalization
    Methods (Weisenfeld, Warfield)
  13. LONI pipeline for UNC script based shape analysis
    pipeline (Styner, Oguz, Rajendiran)
  14. 3D Adaptive Tetrahedral Mesh Generation in ITK
    (Fedorov, Chrisochoides, Warfield, Schroeder)
  15. 2D/3D Point landmark detection in ITK (Lloyd,
    Warfield)
  16. Large Scale Algorithm Job Submission via Condor
    (Gerk, Grethe, Pieper)
  17. Pipelining ITK modules (Rajendiran, Pieper)
  18. Slicer 3.0 (Pieper)

9
This Week Goals
  • Individual Project Goals
  • NA-MIC Goals
  • Establish cross-core working teams
  • Share results, plan publications
  • Plan software architecture improvements
  • Follow-up at All-hands-meeting, Jan 8-9-10, 2006.

10
This Week Mechanics
  • Where
  • Mon-Tue Building 32 (Star, Kiva)
  • Wed-Thurs-Friday Building 34 (4th floor, Grier)
  • Time
  • 830am breakfast, 9am session,530pm wrap up
  • coffee 1030am, lunch noon, coffee 330pm
  • Tuesday 630-830pm Dinner/Discussion (Bldg 32,
    RD Dining)
  • Wednesday afternoon tour Boston (optional)
  • End of meeting Friday at 1230pm.
  • Every day
  • All meet at 9am, then breakout into teams, meet
    again at 5pm
  • Thursday 9am highlights

11
This Week Mechanics (contd)
  • Projectors
  • Ring the bell
  • Slicer 3.0 Discussion
  • People to bug Bill, Will, Steve, Luis, Jim, Tina

12
This week Measuring Success
  • Short-term (Yr1-2)
  • Each team member aware of what scientific
    questions we are trying to answer in NA-MIC
  • Add NA-MIC modules to ITK/Slicer
  • Medium term (Yr2-3)
  • Employ these modules to study scientific
    questions
  • Publish results
  • Improve the software infrastructure to aid the
    answering of these questions
  • Longer term (Yr 3-5)
  • Repeat with a new set of clinical questions (DBP)

13
Rest of today
  • (10 min) Dave Tuch Gathering Requirements
  • (10 min) Sonia Pujol Training Documents
  • (5 min each) Individual Project 3-Block Summary
  • 330-4pm Coffee
  • 4-530pm Setup programming environment
  • 530-6pm Meet back here for wrap-up
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