CALL FOR TUTORIALS
Tutorials are educational sessions offered by expert researchers and scientists, on topics relevant to the community. They are expected to offer extensive and up-to-date coverage of a single field in depth. The target audience should be defined and could include professionals seeking continued education, students, clinicians, early career scientists and established researchers planning to broaden their research horizons. There should be a cohesive theme to a tutorial, e.g. methodology, clinical application, software tool, etc and the organizers should explain why the theme is timely and of interest to the MICCAI community. Tutorials covering aspects of professional and career development are also welcome. The tutorial format may combine lectures with demonstrations and potential hands-on sessions. Tutorial organizers are expected to share all material with conference attendees after the event.
The following information is required:
- Abstract (300 words)
- Contact information of organizers
- Format - ½ day or full day
- Lecture based only or including demonstrations and/or hands-on activities.
- Course description that includes a brief outline and topics that will be covered
- Description of material to be distributed (e.g. lecture notes)
- List of learning objectives
- List of lecturers with brief bios
- Anticipated target audience (introductory, intermediate, advanced) and any prerequisite skills or knowledge
- Expected number of attendees