Consortium for ECG Imaging

Welcome to the CEI website!

The Consortium for ECG Imaging (CEI), is a group of engineers, scientists and clinicians who share an interest in exploring, expanding, and translating the concepts of ECG Imaging.  We aim to encourage development and widespread use of clinically and physiologically meaningful metrics for simulation, modeling, statistical, and comparison studies.  We encourage acquisition and dissemination of data within the community as we attempt to advance the field of ECGI from the laboratory into the clinic.

The web page contains pointer to a variety of resources and information (see tabs above) and the window on the right provides a means to join the community and receive news via email.  Of special note is the repository of data sets for validation of ECGI approaches and techniques; the data is freely available to all and we well contributions of additional examples. We also list conferences and other opportunities to meet and learn about the field and advance it together.  

Recent Announcements

  • CEI Events at Computing in Cardiology 2016 in Vancouver This year's Computing in Cardiology Conference in Vancouver, Canada, Sept 11-14, 2016 will once again be an important venue for the CEI.  Here is a summary of activities ...
    Posted Aug 14, 2016, 7:24 PM by Dana Brooks
  • Registration open for the Frontiers in Computational Electrocardiology 2016: Electrocardiographic Imaging and Image Integration This FICE 2016 workshop will bring together national and international experts and stimulate a productive discussion about a number of open questions related to the methodology, validation and clinical application ...
    Posted Jul 25, 2016, 9:24 PM by Brett Burton
  • Registration for ISCE 2016 in April 13-17, 2016 in Tucson, AZ is open ISCE (International Society of Computerized Electrocardiology) is an important meeting for our field and our own Linwei Wang will be giving one of the invited presentations. Peter van Dam will ...
    Posted Jan 31, 2016, 11:27 AM by Rob MacLeod
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