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2013 Scientific Computing With Python Conference (SciPy 2013)

Pat Marion, Matt McCormick, Will Schroeder | Kitware Blog | July 19, 2013

The scientific computing in Python community has been rapidly blossoming over the years thanks to its ability to quickly analyze data in an interactive way, and for its ability to act a glue language that integrates code and data from a variety of environments. [...] Read More »

2017 OSEHRA Leadership Award Recipients Announced

Press Release | OSEHRA | June 30, 2017

The Open Source Electronic Health Record Alliance (OSEHRA) is pleased to announce this year’s OSEHRA Leadership Award winners. Numerous individuals were nominated this year and three were chosen through a vote by the OSEHRA community based on their outstanding achievements in health information technology and innovative health care. They were honored in a special ceremony during the 6th Annual OSEHRA Open Source Summit June 13-15, 2017 in Bethesda, MD...

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2018 OSEHRA Leadership Award Recipients Recognized

Press Release | OSEHRA | August 1, 2018

OSEHRA recently announced this year’s 2018 Leadership Award recipients during our 7th Annual Open Source Summit. The OSEHRA community chose to honor four distinguished individuals based on their outstanding achievements in health information technology and contributions to innovative health care. Awardees were selected via a community nomination and election process. We would like to extend a thank you to the 2018 Awards Committee for its due diligence and commitment to the community. The Committee was co-chaired by Dr. Jack Taylor of InforMD, Inc. and Keith McCall of KRM Associates, Inc.

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Andinet Enquobahrie Featured in Healthcare Magazine

Staff | Kitware Blog | July 15, 2010

Healthcare Magazine is the highest circulation healthcare publication in Canada. Their May/June issue features Andinet's piece on the emergence of open source technology in IGI. The story appears in the digital version and can be read here. Read More »

Announcing ITK 4.4.0!

Press Release | Kitware | June 4, 2013

Kitware and the Insight Toolkit (ITK) team are pleased to announce ITK 4.4.0! The tarballs can be downloaded on the Sourceforge page. Major changes made in this release are detailed below, and there will be an ITK 4.4.0 release webinar on Tuesday, June 11th at 3PM ET to provide an overview of the new version. Read More »

Bend, Twist, Pose – Kitware’s Bender Brings Movement To The Visible Man

Press Release | Kitware | April 30, 2013

The new, open-source Bender toolkit enables anatomical repositioning in volumetric images for the computation of specific absorption rates and how their effect on the body changes with various poses. Read More »

Call for Participation: 2011 SPIE Medical Imaging – CAD Demonstration Workshop

Stephen Aylward | Kitware Blog | January 4, 2011

The SPIE Medical Imaging Computer-Aided Diagnosis (CAD) Workshop will be held on Tuesday, February 15, 2011, from 17.45 - 19.45 as part of the SPIE Medical Imaging conference in Orlando, Florida, USA. Read More »

CDash Undergoes Second Major Release

Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin and Julien Jomier | Kitware Blog | April 20, 2012

CDash aggregates, analyzes and displays the results of software testing processes submitted from clients around the world, conveying the state of a software system to continually improve its quality. This new release fixes more than 60 bugs and adds several new features, many of which are detailed in this article.

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Cost, Speed, Agility: The Open Source Business Advantage

Will Schroeder | Kitware Blog | August 9, 2011

Do you enjoy paying recurring license fees? Like being locked into a vendor's solution? Have fun wasting time as your team works around bugs and limitations? Find yourself happy when two of the fifty features you suggested are adopted and scheduled for release in six months? Then I suggest that you continue with your proprietary software solution (and good luck with that). Read More »

Creating Shared Value

Will Schroeder | Kitware Blog | March 9, 2011

Well it looks like Kitware is on the leading edge again, this time for our business practices. Read More »

Data+ Awards: Harvard's Clean Energy Project Gets A Massive Speed Boost

Mary K. Pratt | Computerworld | August 26, 2013

Harvard University professor Alan Aspuru-Guzik and his team are supporting the search for organic compounds that could be used in the next generation of solar power cells. Read More »

DCMTK 3.6 Released

Stephen Aylward | Kitware Blog | January 10, 2011

Our friends at OFFIS have just announced the release of DCMTK 3.6. This is exciting news for the medical imaging community and particularly for those who use Kitware's open-source medical imaging projects such as CTK and Slicer. Read More »

Dr. Stephen Aylward Elected To MICCAI Board Of Directors

Press Release | Kitware | October 23, 2012

On Friday, October 19th, Dr. Stephen Aylward, Kitware’s Senior Director of Operations in North Carolina, was elected to the MICCAI Society’s Board of Directors. Dr. Aylward was appointed to this position along with Josien Pluim of the Image Sciences Institute after a competitive vote, which was validated, reviewed, and ratified by the current Board of Directors. Read More »

Elsevier And Kitware Bring 3D Visualization Tools And Techniques To ScienceDirect

Press Release | Elsevier, Kitware, ScienceDirect | October 15, 2013

[Elsevier] and [Kitware] today announced that Elsevier journals offer the opportunity to upload 3D datasets when submitting a paper for publication. This way, once published, readers can interactively explore 3D datasets next to the online article on ScienceDirect. Read More »

Enabling ParaView Interaction with ITK and Slicer

Staff | Kitware Blog | June 18, 2010

A joint project by Johns Hopkins University's Center for Imaging Science, under Michael Miller, and Kitware, under Will Schroeder, is leading to new functionality in ParaView, to facilitate its use by JHU in order to empower its Computational Anatomy research. Read More »