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Inria is participating in three of the six projects selected as part of the "Future Investments" programme organised by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research and launched in 2010. These projects are all being carried out within university health institutes combining care, research and training (IHUs). We take a closer look at MIX-Surg, Strasbourg's IHU for image-guided minimally invasive surgery, with Stéphane Cotin, whose team, Shacra, is a key contributor to the project.
Stéphane Cotin is awarded the Inria – French Académie des Sciences – Dassault Systèmes Innovation Award
Stéphane Cotin, as Senior Researcher with his MIMESIS project team, leads a high-level international research activity on digital medical simulation in the fields of surgical gesture training but also intraoperative assistance via augmented reality techniques.
Inria Awards 2018
In the 18th century, Angélique du Coudray laid the foundations of medical simulation by training 5,000 midwives using fabric models – and saving many lives in the process. Today, Stéphane Cotin has adopted the same approach, with resources at the cutting edge of research into numerical simulation.
Inria Project Labs' initiatives enable the launch of ambitious research projects directly linked with the institute. These programmes are often interdisciplinary and call on a wide range of skills. Aim: mobilising and highlighting the expertise of Inria researchers around key challenges.
- Sofa Intermeds
- Stéphane Cotin