Computer Assisted Surgery and Therapy¶
MPHY0026 at University College London (UCL).
Contribute To This Course¶
We’d love you to contribute! Please check out the source code, and send pull requests.
For those of you taking this course for university credit at UCL, these are the essential details:
All formal announcements come via UCL’s Moodle.
1 piece of coursework, worth 100%.
Term 2, Thursdays, 10:00-13:00, not including reading week.
Essentially, aiming for Face-to-Face in 2022, COVID permitting.
How This Course Is Run¶
Reading: which must be completed before each session.
Lectures: lectures and in-class discussion groups.
Practical Exercises: exercises during and between sessions.
If you find problems with either the notes, or the code, raise Issues in the Gitlab Issue Tracker. Your help and feedback will make this a better course. Thank you.
Research led: Closely linked to academic literature, and research at UCL and world-wide.
A systems approach: A researcher may only work on one component, but to achieve the clinical goal, we must understand the total system performance.
- 1. Background
- 2. Imaging
- 3. Segmentation
- 4. Tracking
- 5. Calibration
- 6. Registration
- 7. Graphics
- 8. Augmented Reality
- 9. Visualisation And Multi-Modal Interaction
- 10. Human Computer Interaction (HCI)
- 11. Simulation
- 12. References
- 13. Additional Resources
- 14. Python Setup
- 15. Jupyter Notebooks
- 16. Workshops
- 17. Basic Augmented Reality Demo (BARD)
- 18. Coursework 1 (2022)