Nazim Haouchine

Research Associate
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Nazim Haouchine

Research Associate


I am currently a post-doc within Inria MIMESIS group. My research work focuses on image-guided simulation for surgery and augmented reality for deformable objects.
I prepared my Ph.D. on augmented reality for hepatic surgery using soft-tissue simulation at Inria Lille. I originally studied computer science engineering, and graduated in 2010 from University of Algiers (USTHB, Algeria), and electrical and automation engineering and graduated in 2011 from University of Lille (USTL, France).

I’ve recently been working on image and video editing in the context of the Calipso project and intra-operative surgical rehearsal with the DejaVu project.

Besides my research activities, I used to teach many bachelor-level courses in Computer Science at the University of Lille at Polytech’Lille, mainly programming principles and web technology. I was also a member of the organization committee of the EuroGraphics workshop VRIPHYS 2012 and the conference ISBMS 2014 and co-chair during the Medical Robotics session at IROS 2016


Non-rigid Augmented Reality

Deformable Object Tracking and Reconstruction

Image-guided Surgery

All my Publications here


Selected Publications