MICCAI 2013 Young Scientist Award
The Young Scientist Awards are prizes awarded to first authors of high quality MICCAI papers. The nominees had to be full-time student at a recognized university or have been a student at most two years before the paper submission deadline. The Young Scientist Awards were coordinated by Sebastien Ourselin, University College London. An award committee composed of 6 members.
- 29 papers with first author a graduate student or early career scientist, including every eligible oral presentation and every other papers with the highest weighted average reviewing score.
- Award Committee voted on selecting the top papers by majority voting.
- Top 16 papers had at least 3 votes.
- Award Committee voted on ranking the Top 16 papers during the conference including the presentation (oral or poster).
- Committee selected 5 Honorable Mentions and 5 MICCAI Young Scientists Awards.
The 5 awardees are :
- Juliane Dinse for the paper entitled :" Impressive effort to connect micro and meso imaging scales and develop models of signal generation based on microstructural data with a large potential impact in neuroscience", authored by Juliane Dinse, Miriam Waehnert, Christine Tardif, Andreas Schäfer, Stefan Geyer, Robert Turner and Pierre-Louis Bazin
- Darko Zikik for the paper entitled :" An elegant, scalable, and computationally efficient solution for multi-atlas-based segmentation with important implications for large-scale data analysis", authored by Darko Zikik, Ben Glocker and Antonio Criminisi
- Bartlomiej W. Papiez for the paper entitled :" A surprisingly simple and efficient implicit model of discontinuities to allow sliding motion in diffeomorphic registration", authored by Bartlomiej W. Papiez, Mattias Paul Heinrich, Laurent Risser and Julia A. Schnabel
- Oliver Zettinig for the paper entitled :" Towards patient-specific models of cardiac electrophysiology thanks to a clever personalization of a concise model from clinical ECG measurements", authored by Oliver Zettinig, Tommaso Mansi, Bogdan Georgescu, Elham Kayvanpour, Farbod Sedaghat-Hamedani, Ali Amr, Jan Haas, Henning Steen, Benjamin Meder, Hugo Katus, Nassir Navab, Ali Kamen and Dorin Comaniciu
- Ivor Simpson for the paper entitled :" An important step in Bayesian registration for handling the complexity of deformation uncertainty", authored by Ivor Simpson, Mark W. Woolrich, Manuel Jorge Cardoso, David M. Cash, Marc Modat, Julia A. Schnabel and Sebastien Ourselin
5 authors received an honorable mention: