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CEI symposium 2019

This June 6-8, the Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart (FIMH) conference will take place in Bordeaux. Preceding to FIMH, the Consortium for ECG Imaging is organizing a one-day workshop to improve the interaction between engineers and clinicians in the field of ECGI. This CEI satellite workshop will take place on the 5th June 2019 at the LIRYC institute amphitheater in Bordeaux. The format will include a mixture of clinical and engineering presentations as well as time for open discussion. Registration is free through the form below, and this website will continue to be updated with more information as we have it. Would you be planning on visiting FIMH, then surely consider joining this interesting workshop! We also welcome non-FIMH visitors, of course.
Please contact us if you have any questions.

Kind regards,
Satellite Organization Committee
Matthijs Cluitmans
Laura Bear
Jess Tate
Brian Zenger

The Future of ECGI: Engineers meet Clinicians - Clinicians meet Engineers
Program for the CEI Workshop on ECGI - Wednesday 5 June, Liryc institute, Bordeaux, France

9:00 AM-Registration
9:15 AMRémi DuboisWelcome
Session 1 "Clinical applications of ECGI - guidance for therapy"
9:30 AMHubert Cochet, MD PhDFusing ECGI with structural substrate imaging for improved definition of ablation targets in cardiac arrhythmias
9:50 AMJulien Oster, PhDBeyond the electrics: Potential added value of MRI-based ECGI
10:10 AMDiscussion time
10:40 AMCoffee break
11:00 AMUyen Nguyen, MDNoninvasive imaging to guide CRT implantation: what does fusion of different imaging modalities bring?
11:20 AMJess Tate, PhDThe effect of patient-specific cardiac anatomical models on ECGI accuracy
11:40 AMDiscussion time
12:10 PMLunch
1:00 PMTour of Liryc
Session 2 "Clinical applications of ECGI - diagnosis and prognosis"
1:30 PMJosselin Duchateau, MD PhDCan ECGI be a prognostic modality for arrhythmia susceptibility?
1:50 PMLaura Bear, PhDECGI vs ECG: Is there a benefit?
2:10 PMDiscussion time
2:40 PMRob Macleod, PhDThe future of ECGI: from validation concerns to clinical application
Session 3: Breakout sessions for the CEI working groups
3:00 PMAll participantsThere are multiple working groups (WG) within the CEI. In this time slot, these WGs will meet to discuss progress and future work. These sessions are open to everybody.
4:00 PMWG representativesReport back from working groups - highlights from each WG
5:00 PMLaura BearClosing of workshop and start of FIMH welcome reception