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Inria Awards 2014
Inria announces the Inria awards 2014 winners. Find out who are acknowledged this year for their major contributions to computer science and promising innovations for our society and the proper functioning of Inria. The winners of five Inria awards in 2014 will be honoured on 13 October, at an awards ceremony at the Forum des Images in Paris.
Inria has been involved in organising the 2014 edition of ICIP, the international conference dedicated to image-processing, which is being held in France for the first time, between 27 and 30 October at CNIT, Paris – La Défense. Christine Guillemot, Sirocco team manager and Josiane Zerubia, Ayin team manager are both managers of the organising committee. Guillemot will be chairing the plenary sessions while Zerubia will be chairing the tutorials. Nicholas Ayache, manager of the Asclépios team, who was recently awarded the Inria – French Académie des sciences Grand Prize 2014 will be giving a talk entitled “Medical Image Computing for Computational Medicine” on 28 October. Among the numerous Inria teams conducting research into image-processing, eleven teams are involved in the work chosen for ICIP 2014, namely the Ayin, Asclépios, Géostat, Lagadic, Magrit, Prima, Stars, Serpico, Sirrocco, TexMex and Titane teams. Several teams will also be showing their work on the Inria Stand (N°9). These will be Ayin, Clime, Geostat, Morpheme and Stars.
- ERC grant
- Personally Assisted Living
- Data Visualization
- Medical imaging
- Image processing
- Video surveillance
Presentation of various patient specific simulations of the cardio-vascular system. The results obtained in a clinical or pre-clinical context pave the way for the use of numerical simulations in a diagnosis or prognosis context in cardiology.
Nicholas Ayache is the newly appointed professor on the Chair in Informatics and Computational Sciences at the Collège de France for the year 2013-2014. He is a world-renowned specialist in the analysis and simulation of digital medical images.
Created in 2009 by the Collège de France and Inria, the aim of the "Computing and computational sciences" chair is to promote computer science and applied mathematics.
Lecture to the Royal Society
Nicholas Ayache, research director at Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée, will give a lecture to the Royal Society on 4 November on the topic: "Computational Medical Imaging: towards a Virtual Physiological Patient".
Nicholas Ayache was awarded the 2008 Microsoft Prize by the Royal Society and the Academy of Sciences.
- Medical imaging
- Computational medicine
- Nicholas Ayache
- Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
The development of medical imaging (instrumentation, image processing, modelling and simulation, or indeed biomarkers) is greatly improving the range of tools made available to clinicians for better diagnosis of illnesses and improved care and treatment post-diagnosis. To this end, EuroMeDiag, Eurobiomed and PoPSud invite you to a Biorezo for an overview of developments in imaging techniques and the computer tools used to help patients.
Place : Inria Sophia Antipolis, Morgenstern Amphitheatre
MICCAI is an important event in the field of computer medical imaging, computer-assisted surgery including biomedical imaging and robotics. This year MICAAI 2014 held in Boston from 14 to 18 September and will include many clinicians, biologists, computer scientists, engineers, physicists, and other researchers.
Inria (French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics) is organising MICCAI 2012, the 15th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention. MICCAI attracts annually world leading scientists, engineers and clinicians from a wide range of disciplines associated with medical imaging and computer assisted surgery.
Place : Nice, Acropolis Convention and Exhibition Centre (France)
On Tuesday, 27 October, the Inria centre in Rennes, with its partners, officially opened the NeurInfo imaging platform on the Villejean campus in Rennes. This new platform will be used to support research into neuroimaging, making significant advances in nervous system disorders possible over the long term.
SFR / Medicen / SNITEM Award
The SFR/Medicen/SNITEM prize supporting new, innovative companies in diagnostic and interventional medical imaging will be awarded at the 65th edition of the French Days of Radiology Congress (JFR). Three Inria startups are among the six finalists.