02<br />GIMIAS Integrative Tool for Fast Prototyping of Medical Applications<br />
<ul><li>Open source, standalone software platform for medical imaging processing and physiological modeling</li></ul>Envir...
<ul><li>Open Source (BSD license)
Developed in C++ Based on open source libraries</li></ul>Cross-platform (MSW, Linux, MacOsX)<br />3<br />GIMIAS (Graphical...
Community Building strategy:<br /><ul><li>Website: www.gimias.org
Open source (BSD license)
Support to registered users</li></ul>Mailinglist<br />Workshops<br />Documentation<br />User Manual<br />Developers wiki<b...
Over60 registeredusertotheGimiasCommunity</li></li></ul><li>GIMIAS<br />
GIMIAS - Imaging<br />Visualization<br />Processing<br />
GIMIAS - Signals and Data Retrieval<br />Signals<br />Data Retrieval<br />
GIMIAS – PhysiologicalModelling<br />MeshManipulation<br />Post-processing<br />Multi-renderlibraries<br />
GIMIAS - Applications<br />Extensibility<br />TavernaWorkflow Management<br />Visual ApplicationBuilder<br />
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Gimias Introduction

  1. 1. 02<br />GIMIAS Integrative Tool for Fast Prototyping of Medical Applications<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>Open source, standalone software platform for medical imaging processing and physiological modeling</li></ul>Environment for biomedical image computing and simulation <br />Extensible framework for development of medical applications ready to be transferred in clinical environment<br />Extensible through the development of problem-specific plugins<br />Customizable through an application builder interface<br />2<br />GIMIAS (Graphical Interface for Medical Image Analysis and Simulation)<br />www.gimias.org<br />
  3. 3. <ul><li>Open Source (BSD license)
  4. 4. Developed in C++ Based on open source libraries</li></ul>Cross-platform (MSW, Linux, MacOsX)<br />3<br />GIMIAS (Graphical Interface for Medical Image Analysis and Simulation)<br />www.gimias.org<br />
  5. 5. Community Building strategy:<br /><ul><li>Website: www.gimias.org
  6. 6. Open source (BSD license)
  7. 7. Support to registered users</li></ul>Mailinglist<br />Workshops<br />Documentation<br />User Manual<br />Developers wiki<br />Video tutorials<br /><ul><li>Newsletter</li></ul>4<br />GIMIAS and its Community<br />TheCommunity in Numbers:<br /><ul><li>1142 downloads in thelast 5 months
  8. 8. Over60 registeredusertotheGimiasCommunity</li></li></ul><li>GIMIAS<br />
  9. 9. GIMIAS - Imaging<br />Visualization<br />Processing<br />
  10. 10. GIMIAS - Signals and Data Retrieval<br />Signals<br />Data Retrieval<br />
  11. 11. GIMIAS – PhysiologicalModelling<br />MeshManipulation<br />Post-processing<br />Multi-renderlibraries<br />
  12. 12. GIMIAS - Applications<br />Extensibility<br />TavernaWorkflow Management<br />Visual ApplicationBuilder<br />
  13. 13. Clinical Applications on GIMIAS<br />
  14. 14. <ul><li>CDTEAM
  15. 15. @neurist
  16. 16. euHeart
  17. 17. VPH-NoE
  18. 18. CIBER-BBN VPHTk
  19. 19. MSV
  20. 20. Ricordo
  21. 21. VPH-Share
  22. 22. MySpine
  23. 23. cvREMOD</li></ul>11<br />Involvement in National and International projects<br />
  24. 24. CTK (www.commontk.org)<br />OpenMaf (B3C, Bologna)<br />Cmgui (Auckland Bioengineering institute, New Zealand)<br />3D Slicer (NA-MIC, U.S.A)<br />Part of the VPH-Noe Toolkit<br />12<br />GIMIAS Collaborations<br />

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