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Artificial Intelligence in Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging - A joint summit of EACVI and SCMR

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Cardiology
Imaging
Cardiac Magnetic Resonance
In-person
event

Summary

First joint summit on Artificial Intelligence in CMR organised by the EACVI and SCMR.
Special features: Abstracts presented on poster boards, Industry Stands, Sponsored Sessions.



Register now  Seats are limited.

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Abstract Submission

Submit your abstract

Consult our submission rules and guidelines

The selected abstracts will be presented on poster board during coffee/lunch breaks.

The Top Abstract in each category will be presented as an oral presentation during the scientific session.

Key dates

Monday 2 December 2019 - Opening abstract submissions

Monday 24 February 2020 - Abstract submission deadline

Tuesday 10 March 2020 - Abstract results sent to each submitter by email

Friday 20 March 2020 - Early registration deadline: all abstract presenters must register for the Summit

Objectives

Artificial Intelligence promises to revolutionize cardiovascular magnetic resonance in the near future, by offering until recently inconceivable new possibilities in acquisition, workflow and interpretation of images.

Therefore, the EACVI and the SCMR decided to organize its first joint workshop on artificial intelligence in cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging.

The purpose of this workshop is to provide an overview about the current state of the art, recent progress, opportunities and future outlook of artificial intelligence in CMR. Recent developments will be illustrated by abstract sessions and industry showcases. We will all also cover current and future challenges, issues, as well as legal and regulatory issues of artificial intelligence in cardiovascular imaging.

With this workshop we hope to enhance interaction between scientists, clinicians and companies involved in artificial intelligence research and applications, and foster the further evolution of this exciting new technology.

Target Audience

Cardiologists, Radiologists but importantly NEW audiences including computer scientists, commercial delegates, image analysis people (MICCAI members), ISMRM members, etc. There is a real opportunity to raise interest for both EACVI and SCMR from groups of people who normally may not attend our separate and joint conferences.

Scientific Programme

An application will be made to the EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event.

Organinsing Committee Chairs: Subha Raman (US / SCMR), Bernhard Gerber (Belgium / EACVI) 

Scientific Programme Committee: Chiara Buccarelli-Ducci (UK), Steffen E. Petersen (UK),
Robin Nijveldt (NL): Abstract Chair, Claudia Prieto (UK), Tim Leiner (NL), Daniel Rueckert (UK), 

This programme may be subject to change.

Thursday 28 May

Time Title Speaker
09:00-10:45 Registration  
10:45-11:00 Welcome Address Bernhard Gerber & Subha Raman
11:00-11:30 Opening Plenary: The Premise for AI in Healthcare Bertalan Mesko
11:30-13:45 Session I: Acquisition Chairpersons: Katia Menacho & Oscar Camara
11:30-11:45 Fast CMR - clinical practice and unmet needs Juliano Fernandes
11:45-11:50 Q&A  
11:50-12:05 AI for Faster CMR - Technique Talk I TBC
12:05-12:20 AI for Faster CMR - Technique Talk II Nicole Seiberlich
12:20-12:35 AI for Faster CMR - Technique Talk III TBC
12:35-12:45 Top abstract: faster CMR acquisition (7'/3')  
12:45-13:00 Panel discussion: where should we be going?  
13:00-13:45 Industry show case  
13:45-14:45 Lunch break - Exhibits & posters: CMR acquistion  
14:45-17:00 Session II: Postprocessing Chairpersons: Bernhard Gerber &
Jan d'Hooge
14:45-15:00 CMR Postprocessing - clinical practice and unmet needs TBC
15:00-15:05 Q&A  
15:05-15:20 AI for CMR postprocessing - Technique Talk I Hui Xue
15:20-15:35 AI for CMR postprocessing - Technique Talk II Oliver Bernard
15:35-15:50 AI for CMR postprocessing - Technique Talk III TBC
15:50-16:00 Top abstract: CMR postprocessing (7'/3')  
16:00-16:10 Panel discussion: where should we be going?  
16:10-17:00 Industry show case  
18:00-19:00 Social event  

Friday 29 May

Time Title Speaker
08:00-10:15 Session III: CMR Reporting Chairpersons: Jan Bogaert & Lei Xu
08:00-08:15 CMR reporting - clinical practice and unmet needs TBC
08:15-08:20 Q&A  
08:20-08:35 AI for CMR Reporting - Technique Talk I TBC
08:35-08:50 AI for CMR Reporting - Technique Talk II Karim Lekadir
08:50-09:05 AI for CMR Reporting - Technique Talk III Daniel Pintos dos Santos
09:05-09:15 Top abstract: CMR reporting (10'/5')  
09:15-09:30 Panel discussion: where should we be going?  
09:30-10:15 Industry show case  
10:15-11:15 Tea/Coffee break - Exhibits & posters: CMR postprocessing and reporting  
11:15-13:15 Session IV: Standardization Chairpersons: Michael Salerno &
Eike Nagel
11:15-11:30 CMR Standardization - clinical practice and unmet needs Kathryn Keenan
11:30-11:35  Q&A  
11:35-11:50 AI for CMR Standardization - Technique Talk I Daniel Rueckert
11:50-12:05  AI for CMR Standardization - Technique Talk II Martin Uecker
12:05-12:20 AI for CMR Standardization - Technique Talk III Declan O'Regan
12:20-12:30  Top abstract: CMR standardization (7'/3')  
12:30-13:15 Panel discussion: where should we be going?  
13:15-14:15 Lunch break - Exhibits & posters: CMR Standards  
14:15-15:45 Session V: Discovery in Cardiomyopathies via AI in CMR Chairpersons: Nicole Seiberlich
& Steffen E. Petersen
14:15-14:30 Cardiomyopathies - clinical practice and unmet needs Robert Manka
14:30-14:35 Q&A  
14:35-14:50 AI for Cardiomyopathy Discovery - Technique Talk I Bharath Venkatesh
14:50-15:05 AI for Cardiomyopathy Discovery - Technique Talk II Alistair Young
15:05-15:20 AI for Cardiomyopathy Discovery - Technique Talk III Bettina Baessler
15:20-15:30 Top abstract: Discovery via AI/CMR in cardiomyopathy (7'/3')  
15:30-15:45 Panel discussion: where should we be going?  
15:45-16:30 Tea/Coffee break- Exhibit & posters: Discovery via AI in CMR  
16:30-17:50 Closing Plenary Session: Regulatory Considerations  
16:30-16:40 Regulations on AI Research in Europe Alan Fraser
16:40-17:10 Regulations on AI Research in the Americas Nicholson Price
17:10-17:30 Multinational AI Research: How to Engage Globally Claudia Prieto
17:30-17:50 Roundtable Discussion and Summit Takeaways  

Logistical Information

Location

Royal College of Physicians
11 St Andrews Place
Regent's Park
London, NW1 4LE
United Kingdom

Registration 

Register now 

The registration fee includes:

  • Course participation
  • 2 Lunches, 1 Social event, 3 coffee breaks
Registration fee
(including 20% VAT)
Early Fee
until 20 March
Late Fee
until 25 May
Standard fee €350 €400
FEACVI / EACVI Silver member fee €250 €300
SCMR member fee €250 €300


Requests received less than 6 weeks prior to the course date, remain subject to availability.

The ESC reserves the right to cancel any of its Educational Programmes up to 2 months prior to the programme starting date. The ESC will not reimburse any travel or accommodation costs incurred by registered participants in the event of a programme cancellation under any circumstances.

Cancellation conditions

Up to 6 weeks prior to the course and upon receipt of a written cancellation, a refund of fees, minus a 25% of administrative charge, will be processed. No refund will be granted if the cancellation is done less than 6 weeks before the course start date. In the event of the cancellation of a course by the ESC, the full registration fee will be refunded. The ESC is not liable for any cost incurred by the cancellation of accommodation and travel arrangements.