Image-Guided Surgery Toolkit (IGSTK)

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Andinet Enquobahrie Featured in Healthcare Magazine

Staff | Kitware Blog | July 15, 2010

Healthcare Magazine is the highest circulation healthcare publication in Canada. Their May/June issue features Andinet's piece on the emergence of open source technology in IGI. The story appears in the digital version and can be read here. Read More »

Collaboration To Develop Multi-Sensor Management Software Architecture

Alberto Vaccarella, Andinet Enquobahrie, Giancarlo Ferrigno, and Elena De Momi | Kitware | September 7, 2012

Kitware, in collaboration with the Neuroengineering and Medical Robotics Laboratory at the Polytechnic Institute of Milan, has developed a centralized, multi-sensor management software architecture for distributed computer-integrated surgery (CIS) systems. Read More »

IGSTK User Group Meeting

Andinet Enquobahrie | Kitware Blog | February 23, 2012

The sixth IGSTK user group meeting took place in San Diego, CA on Feburary 4, 2012 in conjunction with the SPIE Medical Imaging conference. The meeting was attended by participants from Princess Margaret Hospital, Polytechnic Institute of Milan, University of Bern, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Children’s National Medical Center, Arizona State University, and Kitware. Read More »

Kitware Announces New Fall Courses

Staff Writer | Kitware | July 18, 2012

To better serve the open-source software community and our collaborators, Kitware is increasing the course offerings for this fall. In addition to the three courses already scheduled in our Lyon location, we will be hosting three on-site courses in New York and adding three courses into our regular online rotation. Read More »

The Unsung Heroes of Open Source

Will Schroeder | Kitware Blog | January 3, 2011

For many of us, the holiday season is a time to look back and savor meaningful experiences, and to look forward to the coming year. I also find it important to recognize the many people and organizations who enrich our lives. Read More »