EECS Graduate student wins outstanding paper award

Graduate student Andrew Speers and colleagues won an Outstanding Paper Award at the 2018 Medical Image Computation and Computer Aided Interventions (MICCAI) Workshop on Augmented Environments for Computer Assisted Interventions and Cerebral Visualization for their paper entitled Fast and Accurate Vision-Based Stereo Reconstruction and Motion Estimation for Image-Guided Liver Surgery.

Andrew is supervised by Professor Richard Wildes, a co-author in the paper. This work comes as a collaboration between researchers in EECS at York (Speers, Ma and Wildes), Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York (Jarnagin and Simpson) and the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto (Himidan).