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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 »

Kitware Participates in RSNA 2011

Rick Avila, Stephen Aylward, Julien Finet, Patrick Reynolds, and Wes Turner | Kitware Blog | December 16, 2011

Several members of the Kitware team attended RSNA from November 27-December 2. In addition to meeting with collaborators and exploring the exhibits, we were actively involved in demonstrating our newest work, teaching workshops and participating in exhibits. Read More »

Kitware Provides Mobile Visualization Support for the Visible Patient Project

Press Release | Kitware | January 31, 2013

Kitware developed mobile solutions to support 3D anatomical modeling project led by IRCAD, the Research Institute Against Digestive Cancer. Read More »

Kitware Supports MICCAI 2010

Stephen Aylward | Kitware Blog | October 15, 2010

Kitware was omnipresent at the 2010 Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) conference held in Beijing China, September 20-24. This blog highlights some of our involvement in that event: Read More »

Microscopy Image Analysis Tutorial

Luis Ibanez | Kitware Blog | October 18, 2010

At the MICCAI 2010 conference in Beijing, China, a Tutorial on Microscopy Image Analysis was presented. Read More »

The New 'Open Imaging' Lung Cancer Research Site Goes Live

Give A Scan is the world's first people-powered, publicly available archive of images and clinical data on lung cancer patients and those at risk for the disease. All of the images and data have been donated by people who have been diagnosed and undergone treatment or screened in order to encourage more researchers to focus on lung cancer and to accelerate progress in the early detection, diagnosis and treatment of this leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide. The new site is powered by Midas, Kitware’s open-source data management system. Read More »

The Visible Patient

Julien Jomier, Charles Marion, Pat Marion, Johan Moreau, and Luc Soler | Kitware Blog | April 20, 2012

Kitware is pleased to take part in the Visible Patient project, which provides an open-access virtual reality experience for users worldwide. The project is led by the Research Institute against Digestive Cancer (IRCAD) in Strasbourg, France and Kitware assisted through the development and release of three 3D mobile viewing applications for web, Android, and iPhone users.

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