Future Events

CEI 2022 Seminar Series

Consortium for ECGI is excited to present Seminar Series with presentations from leaders in the field of cardiac electrophysiological modeling. Stay tuned for the upcoming seminars, announced on our "General Announcements" page.

You may find information on the past seminars in the CEI seminars archive pages. Videos of the presentations are also available on the CEI YouTube Channel.

CEI Satellite Symposium September 8, 2022, at CinC in Tampere, Finland

This year's CEI satellite meeting will be held on September 8th in Tampere Finland, following Computing in Cardiology 2022. This event will focus on bringing together experts and leaders from across the world to share their progress and challenges in researching and implementing ECGI.

The registration link is here: https://forms.gle/XNUe9PcE9q4ZsttP6. Virtual participation will be supported where possible. We hope to see you all there!

The address of the venue is Arvo Ylpön katu 34, 33520 Tampere, in Tampere University.

There will be signs to arrive at room F211A+B, on the second floor, where our event will take place.

During the afternoon we will hold a software workshop. The accompanying files that will be referenced during the workshop can be found in THIS LINK.

Symposium Program:


Past Events

ECGI Technical Workshop

We held the 6th CEI satellite event, “Technical Challenges in ECGI with (Inter)active Hands-on Problem-solving” in hybrid format after Computing in Cardiology, on September 16th at the Brno Univesity of Technology, Czech Republic.

This year's objective was to help early-stage scientists and their groups tackle challenges they face in their ECGI research. We all know that there are certain difficulties and limitations in ECGI. Several early-stage scientists presented, in a workshop-styled discussion, of those challenges with the goals of sharing ideas, discussing solutions, and forging new collaborations. Attached schedule for the meeting included keynote speakers in the morning, and problem-specific presentations in the afternoon.

This meeting was considered a community event where everyone was able to speak openly. Intellectual content was (and still is) considered protected. We wanted to create an environment where everyone could share ideas, problems, and solutions without the risk of intellectual theft. All attendees were asked to acknowledge and respect this statement during the sign-up.

Uncertainty Quantification Workshop, as part of the FIMH, June 25, 2021 in Standford, CA, USA, in Virtual format.

As a satellite meeting to Computing in Cardiology (CinC), the Consortium for ECG Imaging (CEI, http://www.ecg-imaging.org) has organized the meeting “ECGI Past, Present, and Future: from Engineering to Clinical Application.” The meeting was completely virtual. With financial support from the CinC 2018 Maastricht organizers, registration was free for all attendees.

During this meeting, the CEI celebrated its five-year existence and looked back at the achievements made in the field of electrocardiographic imaging (ECGI). Representatives from companies (CardioInsight (Medtronic), Acutus Medical, and Corify) and Academia joined us to share their views on challenges in bringing inverse electrical imaging and mapping to its full potential. The talks are available on the CEI YouTube Channel.

CEI Satellite Conference June 5, 2019 at FIMH in Bordeaux, France

June 2019, the FIMH conference took place in Bordeaux this June, on Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart (https://fimh2019.sciencesconf.org/resource/page/id/11). Preceding to FIMH, the Consortium for ECG Imaging organized a one-day workshop (on 5 June) to improve the interaction between engineers and clinicians in the field of ECGI. This CEI satellite workshop took place on the 5th June 2019 at the LIRYC institute amphitheatre in Bordeaux, the day before the FIMH conference begins. The format included a mixture of clinical and engineering presentations as well as time for open discussion.

CEI Workgroup Updates September 23-26, 2018 in Maastricht at CinC 2018

The 2018 CEI meetings at CinC 2018 will be focused on reviewing and reasserting efforts of the various working groups, of which there are five. We will kick off the meetings September 23 at 10:00 in the symposium venue, have collaborative meetings throughout the conference, and have a final meeting September 26 at 17:30.

CEI Hack-a-thon September 24-27, 2017 in Rennes at CinC 2017

The 2017 CEI hack-a-thon is focused on signal processing of ECGI data. The goal of the hack-a-thon is for various research groups to compare processing software and algorithms on common data, try various datasets on common software, or to collaborate efforts to address a common problem. We will kick off the hack-a-thon September 24 at 11:00 in the symposium venue, have collaborative meetings throughout the conference, and have a final meeting September 27 at 17:30.

CEI Sunday Symposium September 11-14, 2016 in Vancouver at CinC 2016

The CEI provided updates to the several working groups from the 2015 hackathon, which was held in conjunction with the Computing in Cardiology 2016 conference in Vancouver, Canada. In addition to group updates and ad hoc discussions, a third formal working group was established to investigate inverse problems in atrial arrhythmias. For more information on the working groups, follow this link.

ECGI Hackathon September 6-8, 2015 in Nice at CinC 2015

The CEI organized hackathon on forward and inverse problems in electrocardiography (also called ECGI), which was held in conjunction with the Computing in Cardiology 2015 conference in Nice, France. The event included several planned meetings and many ad hoc discussions and self organized projects. One result was the formal establishment of two working groups to make progress on focused projects from ECGI. For more information on the working groups, follow this link.

ECG-Imaging Workshop March 25-28, 2015 in Bad Herrenalb

This was the first workshop organized by the CEI that brought the community together to discuss the past and future of ECGI and its potential for clinical adoption. It was funded by German Research Foundation (DFG). In this workshop, selected scientists gave keynote lectures, researchers in the field presented their latest results and discussed aspects like clinical applications, source models and quality measures.