Technische Universität München Robotics and Embedded Systems

Vision, Control and Human Machine Interaction in Robotic Surgery

Organizers Dr. Salman Can, Dipl.-Inf. Brian Jensen, Dipl.-Inf. Christoph Staub.
Module TBD
Type Master Seminar
Semester WS 2012/2013
ECTS 4.0
Preliminary Talk 10.07.2012 from 14:00 to 15:00 in room 03.07.023
Time & Location 11.01.2013 from 9:00 - 12:00 in room 03.07.023
16.01.2013 from 12:00 - 15:00 in room 03.07.023
22.01.2013 from 9:00- 12:00 in room 03.07.023
Registration By email to one of the organizers. Confirmation via TUMOnline REGISTRATION CLOSED!



Robotic surgery is one of the most fascinating as well as challenging fields today facing both computer scientists and surgeons. This seminar aims to give an overview of the fundamentals and as well as the current developments in the areas of computer vision, control theory and human machine interaction that are relevant to robotic surgery. Here students will prepare a self selected topic for discussion from a set of predetermined aspects of one of the previously mentioned fields as it relates to robotic surgery.

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Potential Topics

Assigned Topics

Date Topic Student Supervisor
11.01.2013 Structured Light Pattern Matching in Stereo Images Emily Mo-Hellenbrand Christoph Staub
11.01.2013 Visual SLAM Approaches Mathias Freysoldt Brian Jensen
16.01.2013 Survey of Feature Detectors and Descriptors Antanasko Atanasov Brian Jensen
16.01.2013 Motion planning for MIS Stefanie Gareis Brian Jensen
22.01.2013 Foce-Feedback and Virtual Fixtures Mohamed Sharaf-El-Deen Salman Can
22.01.2013 Gravity Compensation for Robot Control Artyom Topchyan Salman Can


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