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In contrast to diagnostic imaging, intra-operative solutions require full integration into the surgical workflow. Acceptance of novel computer assisted intervention (CAI) solutions depends on their overall performance. They are therefore judged and punished by their weakest link. The latter could not only be the precision, accuracy and reliability but also usability, learnability or any other factor preventing the final solution to improve the overall outcome. It is therefore of highest importance to model a surgical procedure and consider all components affecting it, in order to design, develop, validate and employ novel techniques. In this talk, I will focus on recovery and modeling of surgical workflow and its role in the design of novel CAI solutions, and on systematic usability analysis of hardware and software solutions within the operating rooms. I will first introduce the chair for computer aided procedures (http://camper.in.tum.de), its short history, objectives and latest result. I will then focus on the challenges we face to introduce novel techniques into operative rooms. Example of applications, including first deployment of medical augmented reality solutions within real operating rooms will also be given and discussed.

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Nassir Navab is a full professor and director of the institute for Computer Aided Medical Procedures (CAMP: http://campar.in.tum.de) at Technical University of Munich (TUM) with a secondary faculty appointment at its Medical School. He is also acting as Chief Scientific Officer for SurgicEye GmbH (http://www.surgiceye.com). In November 2006, he was elected as a member of board of directors of MICCAI society severing until February 2011. He has served on the Steering Committee of the IEEE Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality between 2001 and 2008. He is the author of hundreds of peer reviewed scientific papers and over 60 US and international patents. He is the associated editor of several scientific journals including IEEE TMI and Medical Image Analysis and Computer Vision Applications. He is the general chair for IPCAI 2012, program chair for MICCAI 2010, MICCAI 2013 and general chair for MICCAI 2015. He has received Siemens Inventor of the Year award in 2001. He also received the SMIT technology award in 2010 for his inventive contributions to Camera Augmented Mobile C-arm and Freehand SPECT technologies; he is the senior author of many awarded papers in prestigious conferences including IEEE FG 2011, MICCAI 2007, 2009 and 2010, VOEC-ICCV 2009, AMDO 2009, BMVC 2009, IPMI 2007 and IEEE ISMAR 2005.