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2009 du Grand Prix EADS de l'Academie des Sciences
IEEE Fellow 2010 for contributions to computer vision technology for medical imaging
Marie-Curie PhD Fellowship
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Directeur de Recherche au CNRS
CEREMADE, UMR CNRS 7534,
Universite Paris IX Dauphine
Place du Marechal de Lattre de Tassigny
75775 Paris cedex 16, France
Tel. (33-1) 44 05 46 78 Fax (33-1) 44 05 45 99
VIDEO de la conference Horizon Maths Decembre 2015 sur les methodes geodesiques pour la segmentation d’images medicales.
VIDEO of Talk given at Newton Institute in Cambridge, August 2011 on Geodesic Methods for Biomedical Image Segmentation.
Keynote given at Technion in June 2011.
Talk given at College de France. January 2009
An overview of our work on Geodesic Methods in Computer Vision and Graphics (200 pages book)
An overview of my work on geodesics December 2008
An overview of my work on minimal paths December 2004
Article sur les chemins minimaux dans la revue SPM du CNRS, pages 15--16, Decembre 2003.
Some videos of Virtual EndoscopySome (old) examples in Images
1983-1986: PhD on Partial Differential Equations in Paris 6 with H. Brezis
1985-1987: Schlumberger Palo Alto and Montrouge Research
1988-1989: INRIA Rocquencourt
Research Scholar at CEREMADE; Directeur de Recherche CNRS (full time research position).
Teaching at ENS Cachan for Master MVA and Dauphine for Master "Analyse et Probabilites" (was "EDP et Applications")
Responsable a Dauphine accueil doctorants et Stages pour le Master MVA:Mathematiques, Vision par Ordinateur et Apprentissage.
Propositions theses et Stages
de These CIFRE
Resume du Cours de Master
Also for sometime with INRIA, mainly with the medical image understanding group , EPIDAURE, in Sophia Antipolis.
Expert Consultant in Image Analysis for various companies.
June 1992. Isaac Cohen, Deformable Models in 2D and 3D, Application to Medical Images. List of Publications with Isaac Cohen. Isaac Cohen is now Research Assistant Professor, Computer Science at USC.
December 1995. Eric Bardinet, Deformable Superquadrics and Motion Analysis of the Heart, Active Regions. List of publications with Eric Bardinet and Nicholas Ayache and abstracts that correspond to the PhD Thesis work. Eric Bardinet, is with the EPIDAURE project.
June 1996. Bertrand Leroy, Face Recognition using deformable models. List of Publications with Bertrand Leroy.
May 1998. Zakaria BenSbeh, Geodesic Dilatation in Mathematical Morphology and Application to Image Segmentation in Ophtalmology.
November 1998. Martin Lefebure, Image Registration, Optical Flow and local Rigidity. Creator of Realeyes3D.
December 2001. Thomas Deschamps, Fast Marching and Minimal Paths in 3D images and applications to Virtual Endoscopy and Segmentation. List of publications that correspond to the PhD Thesis work of Thomas Deschamps in the Medical Imaging Systems Group (MEDISYS) of Philips Research Laboratories Paris/LEP. Currently at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory.
April 2002. Samuel Vinson, Detection of Buildings in Aerial Images using Variational Methods, at EADS, Matra Systemes et Information. Currently at Sagem.
March 17th, 2005. Roberto Ardon. Segmentation of surfaces in 3D images using minimal paths. Currently at Philips
November 24th, 2005. Pablo Arbelaez. A metric approach to Image Segmentation. University of Berkeley.
December 15th, 2005. Valerie Moreau.
December 18th, 2006. Stephane Bonneau. Minimal paths and applications in biologic images
December 17th, 2009, Fethalla Benmansour. Minimal paths in biomedical images: Segmentation of tubular structures and surfaces using Anisotropic Fast Marching and detection of key points. Postdoc at EPFL.
February 4th, 2009, Oudom Somphone. Image Registration by Finite elements and partition of unity (meshless)- Applications to medical Imaging. Currently at Philips
September 10th, 2009. Adrien Auclair. Fast methods for finding closest SIT neighbors: Application to Image retrieval and contributions to multiview 3D reconstruction.
September 16th, 2013. Prasenjit Saha, geodesic methods
work in progress, Jose-Alberto Iglesias-Martinez, Geodesic Voting.
October 21st, 2013, Raphael Prevost, Deformable models, Shape Learning and Kidney segmentation. Currently at ImFusion.
September 17th, 2013, Jean-Baptiste Fiot, Manifold learning and Brain Imaging related to Alzheimer.Currently at IBM.
work in progress, Chen Da, Geodesic methods with different kinds of metrics. Application to Retinal Vascular tree segmentation
work in progress, Fang Yang, Geodesics in Heat
work in progress, Qichong Tian, Histogram methods
work in progress, Abraham Marciano, Analysis of industrial radiography
work in progress, Emmanuel Cohen, Analysis of Ultrafast Ultrasound Images
Journals (Editorial Board)
Conferences (Program Committee)
Mathematics and Image Analysis, MIA'16, Paris, January 2016.
Too many to be listed…
GT1 du PRC CHM Comparaison entre approches statistiques et approches variationnelles.