The 5-day hybrid course includes a series of lectures on the topics of novel instrumentation for optimal surgery, and navigation algorithms for precise interventions. It further includes hands-on projects with advanced surgical instrumentation setups, such as:
For full course details please visit: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/short-courses/surgical-interventional-engineering
Attendees can join the course in person in London or join as an online attendee.
Please make sure you meet the entry requirements for this course before you start your application. King’s College London reserves the right to cancel your registration on the course if you do not meet all the requirements. If your registration is cancelled, the short course administrator will be in touch to arrange a refund.
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Surgical and Interventional Engineering (SIE) is an integral part of endeavours to achieve cognitive sensor-guided robotically assisted surgery. SIE encompasses interventional planning making use of AI and computational modelling, and the development of miniature surgical tools and imaging instrumentation for safe and effective navigation and manipulation. SIE research aims to optimise surgery and intervention for timely, personalised, and cost-effective therapies in the operating theatre of the future.