MIMESIS research team focuses on its global objective which is to create a synergy between clinicians and scientists in order to develop new technologies capable of redefining healthcare, with a strong emphasis on clinical translation. In our case we joined IHU institute for this purpose.
The scientific objectives of our team, MIMESIS, are related to this ambitious objective. Over the past years we have developed new approaches supporting advanced simulations in the context of simulation for training. We now propose to focus our research on the use of real-time simulation for per-operative guidance. The underlying objectives include numerical techniques for real-time computation and data-driven simulation dedicated to patient-specific modeling. This last topic is a transversal research theme and raises several open problems, ranging from non-rigid registration to augmented reality.
Amazing project #BOPA led by @Eric_Vibert involving @SofaFramework for the #modeling and #simulation of organs in #virtualreality. The future of operating rooms is coming!
@Inria @APHP @UnivParisSaclay @IMTFrance
#AR in the #OR
🆕 La prochaine session de formation d’@Inria_Academy "@SofaFramework, le moteur de simulation multi-physique" est programmée les 30 et 31 mars 2021 en partenariat avec le @Pole_Systematic #OpenSource #simulation #sante #robotique
Intéressés ? ➡️ https://inria.fr/inria-academy
How and Where to find us
Where? 1 place de l'hôpital 67000 Strasbourg France
When? Everyday 9:00-19:00