Andréa MENDIZABAL defended her PhD thesis the 3rd december 2020

Andréa Mendizabal, doctoral student in the Mimesis team, defended her PhD on 3 December 2020! Her thesis subject :  “Combinaison entre simulation numérique et apprentissage automatique – Applications à la formation, la planification préopératoire et l’assistance peropératoire” PhD thesis under the direction of Stéphane Cotin, Inria research director and team leader Mimesis. Congratulations to Andréa ! Abstract :...
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Jean-Nicolas Brunet defended his PhD thesis on 4th November 2020

The PhD is titled “Exploring new numerical methods for the simulation of soft tissue deformations in surgery assistance“ . It was supervised by Stéphane Cotin. Congratulations to Jean-Nicolas! Abstract: This thesis addresses the problem of soft tissue simulation for augmented reality applications in liver surgery assistance and, more specifically, the implementation of a non-rigid registration pipeline to...
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Small insight  about  research . #AI, #AugmentedReality, #RoboticSurgery, #SurgicalTraining and  much more https://bit.ly/2XcOqDK  ! © Inria/F. Nussbaumer  

HiPerNav Week @ IHU Strasbourg

We welcome in Strasbourg all the Hipernav students from all over Europe. Talking about Surgical Training and Medical Simulation Special guest: Dr Nicolas Golse. Speaking about Hemodynamics Simulation in Medicine

Visit from DR Axel HUTT

Today we welcome DR Axel Hutt. He works for German Meteorological Service in Offenbach. We will discuss about Data Assimilation and Stochastics for Non Linear Systems.  

Stéphane Cotin awarded @ Académie des Sciences

Stéphane Cotin wins the Prix Inria-Dassault Systèmes de l’Innovation. Awarded today at the Académie des Sciences in Paris, for his collaboration with IHU Strasbourg, on Medical Simulation and Surgical Assistance. First developer of  SOFA Framework, invaluable software from INRIA, Stéphane Cotin aims by now to the Operating Room of the Future !  

IROS 2018

We are present at IROS 2018 in Madrid, where Antoine Petit shows his work, with MIMESIS and in collaboration with PRISMA Lab de l’Université de Naples Federico II  
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