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ODYSSEE Research team

Computer and biological vision

  • Leader : Rachid Deriche
  • Research center(s) : CRI Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
  • Field : Computational Sciences for Biology, Medicine and the Environment
  • Theme : Computational Medicine and Neurosciences
  • Partner(s) : CNRS,Ecole normale supérieure de Paris
  • Collaborator(s) : CNRS, INRIA, ENS ULM (PARIS)

Team presentation

The ODYSSEE research project-team is located in Sophia-Antipolis, in rue d'Ulm in Paris and in Champs-sur-Marne near Paris.

At a more general level, biological visual perception, in particular in humans and monkeys is not well understood not to mention modelled. Pushing the state of the art of this understanding is a great scientific and philosophical challenge that shapes the general framework of our research.

Research themes

We pursue three main areas of research:
  • Variational methods and partial differential equations for vision
  • Functional imaging for observing brain activity
  • Modelling brain activity

Keywords: Variational methods Partial differential equations Vision Functional imaging Brain activity Modelling