Open Source Software Framework for Organ Modeling & Simulation

Lister Hill Center, National Library of Medicine

July 23rd and 24th, 2001

List of Participants
July 23 Topic Speaker
Introduction and Challenge
(Powerpoint presentation, 0.7MB)
Henry Kelly, Ph.D.
Federation of American Scientists
Overview of Heart Models
(Powerpoint presentation, 3.1MB)
James Bassingthwaighte, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Washington
Cell Modelling and Simulation--
The BioSPICE Project

(Powerpoint presentation, 5.6MB)
Adam Arkin, Ph.D.
University of California at Berkeley
BioEngineering Frameworks--

(Powerpoint presentation, 1.8MB)
Robert Fulton, Ph.D.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Lessons from Open Source Software Development
(Powerpoint presentation, 0.3MB)
Frank Hecker
CollabNet; The Mozilla Project
Foundational Model of Anatomy
(Powerpoint presentation, 3.6MB)
Cornelius Rosse, M.D, D.Sc.
University of Washington
Proposed Digital Human Framework
(Powerpoint presentation, 311KB)
Gerald Higgins, Ph.D.
Federation of American Scientists
Heart Models- Session

Chris Johnson, Ph.D.
University of Utah
(Powerpoint presentation, 5.5MB)

Andrew McCulloch, Ph.D.
University of California at San Diego
(PDF, 3.6MB)

David McQueen, Ph.D.
New York University

Adam Muzikant, Ph.D.
Physiome Sciences, Inc.
(Powerpoint presentation, 3.5MB)

Kathy Yelick, Ph.D.
University of California at Berkeley
(Powerpoint presentation, 4.2MB)

Break-out Groups
(1) Open Source Project- Organization
(2) Technical Architecture
July 24 Topic Speaker
How federal agencies can best encourage collaboration and interoperability in biomedical simulation
NSF Ruzena Bajcsy, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, CISE/NSF
NIH Marvin Cassman, Ph.D.
Director, National Institute of General Medical Sciences, NIH
DARPA John Carney, Ph.D.
(Powerpoint presentation, 3MB)

Sri Kumar, Ph.D.

(Powerpoint presentation, 1MB)

Harvey Magee, Ph.D.

Open Source Software: Medical Visualization Toolkits
  Part I (Powerpoint presentation, 0.8MB)
  Part II (Powerpoint presentation, 2MB)
William Lorensen, MS
GE Corporate Research

The conference is ended at 4:00pm.