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The Eurographics Association organizes a biannual competition, to acknowledge the contribution of computer graphics and visualization techniques in medicine and life sciences, and to encourage further development. Originally called “Eurographics Medical Prize”, the competition was renamed to “Dirk Bartz Prize for Visual Computing in Medicine” in 2010—in honor of Dirk Bartz, who passed away in March 2010. Dirk Bartz was a highly recognized and enthusiastic scientist, teacher, and promoter of Visual Computing in Medicine; furthermore, he was an active member of the Eurographics Association, and Chair of the EG Medical Prize, in 2007 and 2009. Before, the prize was co-located with the Eurographics Conference. Since this year, it will be co-located with EuroVis and it is broadened to include contributions in life sciences.
Submissions to the Dirk Bartz Prize for Visual Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences 2021 are being invited from researchers and developers, who can demonstrate that a particular benefit in a medical/life sciences application has resulted from the use of visual computing technology that they have produced/developed. We welcome submissions from all areas of visual computing—examples include the use of new data visualization techniques, interaction methods, or virtual/augmented environments. Entries typically summarize a body of research and/or development that has been conducted over the course of a project, PhD thesis, etc. and weight is put on demonstrating the medical/life sciences impact of the work.
The top three winning entries of the Dirk Bartz Prize for Visual Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences 2021 will receive a prize and their submission will be published in the “Short Papers and Medical Prize Awards” digital media proceedings, and in the EG Digital Library. The judging panel will select the winning entry, based on its medical/life sciences value, use of visual computing methods, and novelty. All three winning teams will have an opportunity to present their results at EuroVis 2021, which means that at least one author of each winning team must register and attend, to present the results.
The Hall of Fame documents previous recipients of the prize.
Submissions will be made electronically through the Precision Conference System.
Submitted written entries have to be prepared as papers of up to 4 pages (+1 extra page for references) and must be formatted according to the conference template.
The submission of complementary material like videos, demo applications, and references to additional publications of the authors, theses, etc. is highly welcome.
Steffen Oeltze-Jafra, University of Magdeburg, Germany
Renata Georgia Raidou, University of Groningen, the Netherland
For any question concerning medical prize submissions please contact the medical prize co-chairs at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Johanna Beyer, (Harvard University, US)
Marcel Breeuwer, (Philips Healthcare Best & TU Eindhoven, Netherlands)
Christian Hansen, (University of Magdeburg, Germany)
Helwig Hauser, (University of Bergen, Norway)
Anja Hennemuth, (Charité & Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany)
Christophe Hurter, (Ecole National de l’ Aviation Civile, France)
Barbora Kozlikova, (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Michael Krone, (University of Tübingen, Germany)
David Mayerich, (University of Houston, US)
Timo Ropinski, (Ulm University, Germany)
Stefanie Schreiber, (University of Magdeburg, Germany)
Marc Streit, (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria)
Wouter van Elmpt, (Maastricht University Medical Centre, Netherlands)
Ivan Viola, (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia)
Xiaoru Yuan, (Peking University, China)