25
Aug

B.E.S.T. – innovation symposium 2017

The B.E.S.T. innovation symposium created by IRCAD, as well as the The B.E.S.T. program have for purpose to bring medical students and engineers together. This intense week-long course educates them on Minimally Invasive technologies and surgical procedures, regardless of their background. One of our PhD students also had the opportunity to participate this year. Stéphane Cotin gave a talk...
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16
Aug

Calipso news !

Check out our new video Calipso from the paper about Physics-based Image and Video Editing through CAD Model Pixels here on YouTube ! To access the paper Calipso, click HERE  
19
Jul

Three papers accepted in MICCAI

Good news for team MIMESIS who got two papers accepted in MICCAI. Firstly, it was our paper “DejaVu: Intra-operative Simulation for Surgical Gesture Rehearsal“,the video is coming soon, where you can see a novel surgical simulation approach for intra-operative surgical gesture rehearsal. Check out the paper here Secondly, it was our paper “Image-driven Stochastic Identification...
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30
Mar

Ph.D defense, 3rd of april @ircad

We are proud to announce that Christoph PAULUS, Ph.D student at MIMESIS, will present his Ph.D defense in Strasbourg on April 3rd! The subject of his Ph.D research is “Topological changes in simulations of deformable objects”. The defense will start at 13:30, in Ircad’s “Lindbergh” conference room, and you are welcome to join. After the jury’s...
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30
Mar

Former Ph.D won the “Prix de thèse du GBM”!

As we mentioned on an earlier post, Rosalie Plantefève, who did her Ph.D. in our team, has been selected as a finalist for the “Prix de thèse du GBM” see more detailed information about the price We are happy to let you know that she just got the first prize for her PhD (best Innovation) during...
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13
Mar

Former Ph.D selected for the “Prix de thèse du GBM”

Rosalie Plantefève, who did her Ph.D. in our team, has been selected as a finalist for the “Prix de thèse du GBM“. She will present her work during the 2017 RITS congress. The winners in the two categories “Research” and “Innovation” will be chosen at the end of the RITS conference.
13
Mar

The project HiPerNav started

The project HiPerNav started ! HiPerNav is an Innovative Training Network (ITN) funded through a Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant. There will be 14 fully funded and 2 partially funded PhDs working on the project. The project aims to improve soft tissue navigation through research and development, to improve several bottleneck areas. Read more on hipernav.eu
13
Mar

Paper accepted at IJCARS!

Our paper “Handling topological changes during elastic registration” has been accepted at IJCARS (extended MICCAI paper): In this work we present a method, which allows detecting cuts of elastic objects from a monoscopic video stream. Based on the motion of features in the video, a virtual mechanical model is moved and from discontinuities in the motion,...
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25
Nov

InSimo and Inria Mimesis team present their retinal surgery simulator prototype

Alsace Ophthalmology Days are a yearly event attended by many specialists and this year InSimo and Inria Mimesis will be present together. Several conferences and workshops give them the opportunity to meet and discuss about their last researches and innovations in several topics related to ophthalmology. Today, InSimo and Inria Mimesis Team are sharing a booth to present the last...
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