Dr. Dr. habil. Jan Egger (Technical Director)
Dr. Dr. Dr. Jürgen Wallner (Medical Director)
Team (in alphabetical order)
Christina Gsaxner is working on a Virtual and Augmented Reality Training and Navigation Module for 3D-Printed Facial Defect Reconstructions.
Simon Gunacker is implementing a thread-based Virtual Realty (VR) module for medical applications and a particle simulation under VR.
Elisabeth Hübsch is working on the semi-automatic segmentation of eye sockets for oral and cranio-maxillofacial surgery.
Lydia Lindner is working on data augmentation in the area of brain tumors and the automatic deep learning segmentation of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM).
Markus Merkl is evaluating Augmented Reality Glasses for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
Antonio Pepe is working on immersive Visualizations of Aortic Dissections using Virtual Reality.
Reinhard Potz is generating a valid ground truth data set collection of lower jawbones.
Michael Schwaiger is working on the interactive planning and evaluation of miniplates to treat facial defects.
Mauro Sylos Labini is working on a mixed reality system for maxillofacial oncology surgery.
Maximilian Weber is working on the implementation of WebGL Algorithms.
Daniel Wild is working on the implementation of WebGL Algorithms.
Zolbayasakh Tsoggerel is working on a machine learning approach for the automatic segmentation of focal liver lesions in ultrasound images.
Reza Darooei is with the School of Advance Technologies in Medicine, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan (Iran) and works on a MeVisLab module connecting to Unity 3D (contact: reza.darooei[at]amt.mui.ac.ir).
Rita Morais is with the University of Minho in Braga (Portugal), she is working on automatic planning of cranial 3D implants for in OR additive manufacturing (3d printing).
Alumni (by leaving)
Markus Gall was working on the semi-automatic planning of cranial 3D implants and a software prototype for the interactive planning of miniplates to treat facial defects.
Birgit Pfarrkirchner was working on data augmentation for deep learning and an automatic lower jawbone classification and segmentation with deep learning.
Kerstin Hochegger was performing a multi-platform evaluating of algorithms for oral and cranio-maxillofacial surgery.
Philipp Umschaden was testing Apple’s ARKit (Augmented Reality Framework) with clinical/medical data.
Gianpaolo Francesco Trotta was working on the interactive design and triangulation of cranial implants.