About us

In the Advanced Robotics and Computationally AugmenteD Environments (ARCADE) Lab we are interested in pioneering research in computer vision, machine learning, augmented reality and medical imaging to innovate collaborative systems that assist clinical professionals across the healthcare spectrum. We collaborate closely with care providers to understand clinical workflows, identify opportunities and constraints, and facilitate translation.

The Lab is based on Homewood Campus and is affiliated with the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics and the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare. Our labpod is located in Hackerman Hall B05 with additional experiments in Hackerman Hall 134 (MockOR), and we have access to day-use desks in Malone Hall, Suite 340.

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Teaching

We regularly offer these two courses: CS 482/682 Machine Learning: Deep Learning; CS 486/686 Machine Learning: Artificial Intelligence System Design & Developement. For more information of the courses, please click the following buttons:

Projects

Robot Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery

Advanced image-based navigation system is designed for robot assisted orthopaedic surgery. Applications include femoroplasty, osteonecrosis, and spine surgeries.

Endoscopic Vision

Deep learning-based dense reconstruction from monocular endoscopic videos. Applications include surgical navigation and geometric analysis of anatomy.

AI Assistance for Cytology

Human-interactive AI system is designed for uveal melanoma prognostication with little to no supervision. The whole system contains ROI extraction, cell segmentation and survival analysis.

Mixed Reality in Image-guided Surgery

Applying mixed reality in the image-guided intervention helps surgeons make better and more informative decisions.