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Welcome to CARS2022

Toward the Next advanced Medical Technology

The CARS Congress is the annual event for a distinguished international community of scientists, engineers and physicians to present and discuss the key innovations that shape modern medicine on a worldwide basis.
Founded in 1983, CARS has played a leading role in medical and imaging informatics for more than 35 years by focusing on research and development on novel algorithms and systems and their applications in radiology and surgery. Its growth and impact is due to CARS’s close collaboration with the IFCARS, ISCAS, CAR, CAD, CMI and IPCAI organizations.

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June 7-11, 2022

Venue:  Toranomon Hills, MORI tower

1-23-1 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo

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Conference Overview

Tokyo

The 36th International Conference on Computer-Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS2022) is a top-level international conference in the field that has been held for 26 years since 1985. There, many researches and developments have been presented to further activate the use of informatics in the fields of diagnosis and treatment, improve diagnostic accuracy, and improve treatment results by delicate surgery.
The goal and expected outcome of this conference is to improve the quality of medical care and the quality of life of patients, which can be obtained by more accurate diagnosis of illness and realization of more accurate and precise treatment.
In particular, in recent years, with the development of advanced science and technology, advanced diagnosis, surgery, and radiotherapy supported by computers, robots, and AI are gradually becoming widespread, with the aim of further developing and popularizing them.
It is expected that the spread of COVID-19 infection will subside to some extent in 2022, and research presentations and discussions will be held centered on themes including new trends that contribute to new modes of diagnosis and treatment.

 

Contact

8-1 Kawada-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Tel:03-3353-8112 (ex 43003)