First Complete Version of BVM Program Booklet Now Available Online

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Erlangen, Germany – March 3, 2024 – The organizers of the esteemed “Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin” (BVM) conference are pleased to announce the release of the first complete version of the BVM Program Booklet for 2024. This comprehensive booklet offers detailed insights into the program, speakers, and events scheduled for this year’s conference.

The BVM conference, which has been held for over 20 years at various locations across Germany, focuses on the computer-assisted analysis of medical image data. Its scope encompasses diverse applications including medical imaging, diagnostics, surgical planning, computer-assisted interventions, and visualization.

Over the years, the BVM community has played a pivotal role in advancing methodological developments, notably in the realm of machine learning. Today, works related to Deep Learning prominently feature in the BVM, reflecting its pivotal role at the intersection of computer science and medicine, driving the digitization of healthcare.

Central to the BVM is its commitment to fostering young scientific talent. The conference serves as a platform for doctoral candidates and students with outstanding thesis work to present their findings, engage in academic discourse with the community, and forge connections with fellow researchers.

The 2024 edition of BVM promises an attractive and high-caliber program, comprising 28 oral presentations, 59 poster contributions, and four software demonstrations. The best works have been selected through an anonymized review process with three reviews each. Notably, outstanding contributions will be recognized with awards.

The conference program, complemented by tutorials and two invited talks, reflects the collective efforts of numerous individuals and organizations. The organizers extend their heartfelt appreciation to the keynote speakers, session presenters, tutorial instructors, industry representatives, program committee members, professional societies, the BVM organizing team, and all staff associated with the Pattern Recognition Lab of Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg for their invaluable contributions.

The BVM 2024 Program Booklet is now available for download here.

For more information about the conference, please visit the official website: BVM Workshop.

We extend our best wishes to all participants of BVM 2024 for engaging discussions, fruitful networking, and inspiring insights into the realm of medical image computing.