Our mission is to encourage all scientific and clinical advancement of computer-aided surgery and related medical interventions throughout the world.

President: Professor Kensaku Mori (Nagoya University, Japan)

Thanks a lot for joining us at ISCAS/CARS conference in Rennes (France) June 17-21, 2019

A letter from the President

Cutting EDGE

ISCAS Awards 2019

  • ISCAS Student Travel Scholarship
    • EUGENIA MORRIS, Univ. Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires,Tandil (AR)
    • CHUNXIA QIN, Shanghai Jiao Tang University, Shanghai (CN)
    • SANTIAGO VITALE, Univ. Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Tandil (AR)
  • ISCAS Kikuchi Best Poster Awards
    • T. Nagame, A. Hanafusa, T. Koguchi, F. Shimizu, K. Masamune, Y. Muragaki, H. Iseki, K. Nomura,
      Shibaura Institute of Technology & Tokyo Women’s Medical University (JP), "Development of brain surgery assistance system that integrate forceps with continuous tumor resection function and tumor cell isolation device"
    • TA. Illanes, N. Esmaeili, F. Renna, J. Oliveira, M. Coimbra, M. Friebe, University of Porto (PT), "Acoustic emission integration for ultrasound guidance: a feasibility study for needle based clinical procedures"
    • K. Sukondhasingha and Y. Nakajima, Tokyo Medical and Dental University (JP), "Sucker design improvement of stiffness-adjustable grasping  pads for laparoscopic surgeries"
    • J. Rodgers, D. Gillies, J. Kishimoto, S. Papernick, N. Kakani and A. Fenster, Western University (CA),
      "Development of Mechanical 3D Ultrasound Scanning Devices for Image-guided Interventions"
  • ISCAS - Olympus Best Paper Award
    • C. Canavesi, R. O'Connell, T. Pazcos, A. Cogliati, A. Hayes, A. Bonham, J. Rolland, LighTopTech Corp.(US), "Gabor-domain optical coherence microscopy for optical biopsy,image-guided surgery, and intraoperative imaging"
    • D. García-Mato, M. García-Sevilla, S. Ochandiano, C. Navarro-Cuéllar, J. V. Darriba-Allés, R. García-Leal, J. Pascau, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (ES) , "Structured Light Scanning for Morphometric Analysis in Craniosynostosis Reconstruction Surgery"

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